Kwabena Oduro

Kwabena was born raised in Montreal, but in 2013 he left the city and moved to the Ottawa-Gatineau area to play basketball at Heritage College.

After deciding not to play professionally, His dream was also to be on TV and make people day and connect with them via storytelling. Kwabena decided to enroll in television broadcasting at Algonquin College.

He got his first taste in the industry when interned at Rogers Sportsnet as a broadcast associate. Kwabena has also worked at TSN 1200 as a radio producer and Bell Media Ottawa in their promotions department.

With radio under his belt, he continued to push to pursue his on-air skills. Kwabena left Bell Media to join Global News in Montreal as a photojournalist.

In the future, Kwabena wants to further his career while continuing his passions in sports, news, storytelling and social media.

March 24, 2020 7:27 pm

Coronavirus: McGill University students design 3D-printable masks for health-care workers

Students at McGill University in Montreal, Que., are putting their higher education to use toward the greater good, designing new protective equipment for health-care workers battling against COVID-19. Prusa is a 3D printing manufacturing company based out of Prague, Czech Republic. With the help of Prusa, these students are able to build on the original design and hope to mass produce these masks in Montreal. Continue reading 

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