His company Documentary & Reality TV Limited is home to many of Kenya’s most popular shows running on continentally acclaimed broadcasters including The MultiChoice Group, KTN, and K24 among others. Some of the shows currently airing include Sol Family, Foods of Kenya, Stori Yangu, and his latest creation This Love.
MultiChoice has announced an exciting coverage line-up for the UEFA Euro 2020. With the kickoff of the highly anticipated EURO 2020 games set to...
The service will offer customers an affordable subscription plan, proving a new revenue stream for Safaricom as competition in voice and data grows. Customers have the freedom to choose from two subscription plans - an all-day pass at Ksh10 and an all-day pass with 200MB data at Ksh20. BAZE will also provide content creators an additional platform to share their stories with Kenyans while increasing their earnings by monetizing their content.
MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Academy has called for applications for its sought-after film and TV training programme. Applications for the MTF, now approaching its...
Galgallo is seen as a big catch for Marsabit Governor Mohamud Ali's administration ahead of the next general elections, as he brings on board extensive media networks, skills and experience. Mohamud Ali is serving his fist term and is expected to defend the seat in the 2022 elections. Galgallo, a graduate of journalism, was a prolific journalist at Nation Media Group, where he reported courts for the Business Daily newspaper. He has previously served as Director Communications in Tana River County during the first term of devolution.
Smat's return to the screens was welcomed excitedly by his long-time fans and viewers who voiced high hopes for With All Due Respect.
While there are over 67 licensed TV stations in Kenya, the awards were dominated by a small group representing the most popular TV stations in the country. Prof. Simon Gicharu-owned TV 47 was among the winners in three categories, walking away with the joint most individual awards for a TV station on the night along with Citizen TV - a great outing for the station which was only officially launched in 2020.
When not helming news bulletins or conducting important interviews, Njenga is a player in a number of sectors including hospitality and livestock. Like many other Kenyans including his colleagues in the media industry, Njenga operates a successful side-hustle or two.
The big 4 of Kenyan mainstream media - Royal Media Services (RMS), Nation Media Group (NMG), Standard Group Plc and Radio Africa Group (RAG) - all make money via SMS-based gaming programming on their radio and TV stations. Being the most easily accessible media platform in Kenya with the widest national reach, radio is the most heavily targeted when it comes to making money off gaming, polls and trivia shows.