Tag: Chams Media


Lunch M-Pesa That Paved a Watchman’s Way Into Journalism

When 22-year-old Isaya Wanjala Bwabi met veteran journalist Alex Chamwada for the first time two years ago, he had just been posted as a...

Alex Chamwada: From Journalist to CEO Minting Millions

Chamwada began his journalism career in 1994 as a volunteer at state-owned Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) while still pursuing his Information Sciences degree at Moi University.

Chams Media Launches New Show on Kameme TV

Chams Media Limited has this week launched a new TV show known as Kuigereka Ruraya, a vernacular program series that will be featuring Kenyans...

Alex Chamwada’s ‘Daring Abroad’ Programme Makes A Comeback

Chams Media, owned by veteran journalist Alex Chamwada, has announced a return of the Daring Abroad programme after a four-month hiatus. Daring Abroad is a...

Alex Chamwada Launches Media House in Turkana [PHOTOS]

The team expressed their excitement noting the opening indicated that Turkana county and the entire region was ripe for investment. The media company has produced several eye-catching, inspirational, informative and engaging features about the county, away from the normal news narrative that tends to concentrate on problems. 

What Next for Alex Chamwada After Leaving KTN?

Chams Media has been producing the two shows for the last five years, but the relationship got complicated due to payment delays.

Alex Chamwada Terminates KTN Contract, Killing Two Key Shows

Chams Media, run by Alex Chamwada, owns the copyright to not only the programmes brand names but content as well.

Quest who? Alex Chamwada to also feature on KQ’s maiden US flight

Veteran journalist will be on the history making 15 hour journey from Nairobi to New York

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