We here at Ghion Journal are excited to announce a big milestone for Ghion Journal and our broadcast arm the Ghion Cast. We are a media entity that is building slowly as we grow. Ghion Cast was launched on December 27th, 2016. When it was first launched, it was amateur hour with the barest of functionality and little ability for readers to interact and share our articles to the world. Yet, what we had was originality; though the presentation was lacking, the product was always dope.
What we lacked though we eventually built up over time. This is what successful companies and people do by the way; they don’t wait for the perfect moment to launch a perfect product. They see each moment as a perfect opportunity; they launch an imperfect product and perfect it over time. Beta versions are nothing more than flawed products which are put on the market and then eventually made better with each iteration beta products are enhanced. Think of Microsoft with Windows or Apple with IoS, both come out with enhanced versions of the same product year over year.
Consider the Ghion Cast upgrade version 2.7 of our continued growth here at. Thanks to the support of our readers and listeners over the past couple of months, we have been able to procure hardware that lets us steam high quality content. Today, we take this to the next level as we launch Ghion Cast through YouTube LIVE. Going forward, you can listen to our podcasts by clicking play on the Ghion Cast picture in the header which will redirect you to the Ghion Cast YouTube page. Occasionally we will go live and when we do, the icon above changes to LIVE logo and when you click there, you can listen to our live Ghion Cast.
Give it a go since we are live streaming now. Click play up top where you see the LIVE icon in the header or (click HERE) and it will redirect you to our YouTube LIVE station. We are playing the best songs of the 90’s at the moment and we will switch it up to various genres of music for the next couple of hours because music is one of the universal languages we have that binds up the whole of humanity as one. Welcome to the Ghion Cast, we are the ripple that is causing big waves and disturbing the agenda of the establishment. Join the Ghion Cast, we are the five smooth stones that is intent on taking on the Goliath Corporate State Media and their yellow journalism. #GhionGetIt
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Originally from Ethiopia with roots to Atse Tewodros II, Lij Teodrose is a former community organizer whose writing was incorporated into Barack Obama's South Carolina primary victory speech in 2008. He pivoted away from politics and decided to stand for collective justice after experiencing the reality of the forgotten masses. His writing defies conventional wisdom and challenges readers to look outside the constraints of labels and ideologies that serve to splinter the people. Lij Teodrose uses his pen to give a voice to the voiceless and to speak truth to power.
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