This study aimed at exploring the relationships between organizational learning, ethical leadership and creativity in the creative industry. A total of 124 employees from radio and television stations in Accra were purposively sampled for the study. Sample were employees who were engaged in radio or television presenting, content and program design and technical support. Findings from the study indicate that both ethical leadership and organizational learning established significant positive relationships with creativity. However, ethical leadership accounted for more variance in creativity compared to organizational learning. Within the subscales of organizational learning, team learning accounted for more variance in creativity compared to learning at the individual and organizational levels. Findings are discussed based on the framework of the componential theory of creativity that attributes creativity to factors within the environment. The assumptions of reciprocations underlying the social exchange theory also reflects why employees who attested to ethical leadership in their organizations were creative. Contribution to theory and practice, limitations of the study and directions for future research are discussed.