FREEDOM AND INDEPENDENCE OF THE MEDIA
(2) Subject to this Constitution and any other law not inconsistent with this Constitution, there shall be no censorship in Ghana.
(3) There shall be no impediments to the establishment of private press or media; and in particular, there shall be no law requiring any person to obtain a licence as a prerequisite to the establishment or operation of a newspaper, journal or other media for mass communication or information.
(4) Editors and publishers of newspapers and other institutions of the mass media shall not be subject to control or interference by Government, not shall they be penalized or harassed for their editorial opinions and views, or the content of their publications.
(5) All agencies of the mass media shall, at all times, be free to uphold the principles, provisions and objectives of this Constitution, and shall uphold the responsibility and accountability of the Government to the people of Ghana.
(6) Any medium for the dissemination of information to the public which publishes a statement about or against any person shall be obliged to publish a rejoinder, if any, from the person in respect of whom the publication was made.
(ii) the Publishers and Owners of the Private Press;
(iii) the Ghana Association of Writers and the Ghana Library Association;
(iv) the Christian group (the National Catholic Secretariat, the Christian Council, and the Ghana Pentecostal Council)
(v) the Federation of Muslim Councils and Ahmadiyya Mission;
(vi) the training institutions of journalists and communicators;
(vii) the Ghana Advertising Association and the Institute of Public Relations of Ghana; and
(viii) the Ghana National Association of Teachers;
(c) two persons appointed by the President; and
(d) three persons nominated by Parliament.
(b) to take all appropriate measures to ensure the establishment and maintenance of the highest journalistic standards in the mass media, including the investigation, mediation and settlement of complaints made agaisnt or by the press or other mass media;
(c) to insulate the state-owned media from governmental control;
(d) to make regulations by constitutional instrument for the registration of newspapers and other publications, except that the regulations shall not provide for the exercise of any direction or control over the professional functions of a person engaged in the production of newspapers or other means of mass communication; and
(e) to perform such other functions as may be prescribed by law not inconsistent with this Constitution.