Photo Courtesy: Catherine Kasavuli
KBC is the oldest founded station in 1928, started on fire but later failed to keep up with the drastic changes in the current world. It has suffered several setbacks previously while trying to revive its old fire back but the return is set to popularize the state TV again.
The unveiling is expected to take place tonight, a move that will change the outlook of the station as well as market and attract new viewers to help revive the once bigwig KBC Channel 1.
The Queen and Princess of TV Catherine Kasavuli will also make the sensational return. She was a former TV presenter at KTN. Others include Badi Muhsin, Pauline Sheghu, and the legendary Fayyaz Qureishi
KBC Channel 1 Editor in Chief Samuel Maina, confirmed the revamped and added that the changes in views needs and changes in market dynamics was the main motivator towards making the changes.
The changes are set to attract high-profile guests to interviews which will be conducted on regular occasions while keeping viewers informed with up-to-date news.
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