The number of women anchoring news on tv screens has rapidly grown over the last couple of years in the country. The ratio of men to women on the screen as news anchors or reporters can be about 50:50. Back in the days in Kenya, women weren't anchoring news until Catherine Kasavuli came along and became the first woman to anchor news on television.
It is said that age is just a number and that is so true when it comes to these ladies. Although they are in their 50's, they look like they just turned 35 last week. 1. CATHERINE KASAVULI She retired from the screens some years back but KBC Channel 1 decided that she was just getting started in her career and got her out of retirement to join the channel 1 news anchors team.
Have you ever wondered who Kenya's first female news anchor was? Catherine Kasavuli is the answer (born 1962). The former Kenyan news anchor was the country's first female news anchor. She is referred to as the pioneer woman TV presenter. She has previously worked for the Kenyan Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), Citizen Television, and Kenya Television Network (KTN).
Veteran Catherine Kasavuli is one of the media personalities slated to return to her work in Kenya Broadcasting Channel (KBC). The channel has been in a wave of new re- launch that is expected to employ the once iconic personalities back from retirement. PHOTO: COURTESY.
It doesn't matter if you were born in the 80s, 90s or even past the Millenium 2000, because you will agree that TV was one of the most valued items in most Kenyan homes. Most people used to be glued to their TV screens not because of the many good programmes but because of some beautiful anchors.
Betty Mutei Kyallo is an entrepreneur and an Award-winning Media Personality in Kenya who has worked with, Standard Group owned station KTN and Mediamax owned TV station K24. In 2020 Betty was crowned as the TV/Online Influencer of the Year at the Inaugural Africa Digital Influencer Awards (ADIA).
Back in the days, some of the beautiful TV anchors listed below were just stunning. Guys, you know what? it doesn't matter When you were born. You might be a 80s or 90s baby or even past the millenium 2000, i know you will agree with me that TV was one of the most valued items in most Kenyan homes.
Legendary Journalist Catherine Kasavuli Shows Her Dissapointment In Kamene Goro On Mental Health Jok
Photo courtesy Kamene Goro is a Kiss FM morning show presenter whereby she works alongside Jalang'o. 2 days ago, she was the talk of town over her insensitive mental health joke that made Kenyans troll her after she she shared a meme Making fun if mental health, a post that she later deleted.
Popular KTN news anchor Linda Ogutu yesterday posted a sentimental tweet indicating she would willingly ditch her job with the Standard Media Group if offered a position with the revamped national broadcaster KBC Channel 1. Many critics still think that KBC is still an underdog insofar as popular television channels go, putting together the old faces of Catherine Kasavuli and Badi Muhsin among others and hoping to upstage the competition.
Photo Courtesy: Catherine Kasavuli State-owned Kenya Broadcasting Company, KBC, is set to give other media stations a run of their money as they plan a revamp that will veteran TV and radio hosts return to the camera again. 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.
[Photo courtesy] It is rumoured that veteran journalists and other young upcoming journalist are slated for new jobs at the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) which is about to make a major relaunch which is said to happen in a few days. Veteran journalists including Catherine Kasavuli, Tom Mboya, Badi Muhsin, Fayaz Kureish and Cynthia Nyamai are set to part of the big guns to spearhead the station which seeks to compete at the highest level with the private media houses.
The national broadcaster KBC was relaunched yesterday with a number of veteran presenters making a comeback. Some of those who are back include Shiksha Arora, Fred Indimuli, Catherine Kasavuli, Cynthia Nyamai, Juma Bhalo among others. They also launched a state of the art studio for the new presenters.
Catherine Kasavuli. Image courtesy of KBC. Catherine Kasavuli is back. This is after Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) announced a new-look news team with a blend of veterans and new blood that is to be unveiled on Monday night. Image courtesy of KBC. The national broadcaster — formerly known as Voice of Kenya (VOK) — has been working on a rebrand for the past few months, and looks set to broadcast on High Definition (HD), and promises to unveil new content.
She was born in 1989. She is 32 years old as of 2021. She was born in Kajiado County but spent her childhood and grew up in Nairobi. Betty Kyallo is a Kenyan media personality, News anchor, journalist and entrepreneur born in 1989 in Ongata Rongai estate in kajiado County Ongata Rongai estate in kajiado County.
Catherine Kasavuli has been a household name that has warmed the hearts of TV viewers over the years with her poised excellent diction and ready smile. With a career spanning almost 3 decades in the media industry, she has defied age and looks young year after year. She managed to keep views glued with her stunning looks and implacable style.
Catherine Kasavuli a princess and queen of Tv has finally talked about mental health after Kamene Goro landed in trouble with Kenyans On Twitter for talking negatively about mental health issues. Kamene made a post on mental health "mental health na hamna akili." This post touched many people including Kasavuli who in a way insinuated that she has been in that position before.
Kenyans have made fun of Kenya Broadcasting Channel, KBC after they made a huge mistake during the launch of the new outlook of their station during prime news time. KBC today introduced a group of talented news anchors who are expected to give the longest serving TV channel in Kenya a lease of fresh air.
Celebrated media personality Betty Kyallo is delighted after being named among the most influential women in Africa on Twitter. Without a doubt Betty Kyallo's huge fan base engagement has imensely contributed to her success. The award winning media personality is not achieving such a fete for the first time.
Veteran news anchors Catherine Kasavuli and Badi Muhsin are set to make a major TV comeback. Also Seasoned Media Personalities who have joined the State Broadcaster ahead of their much anticipated re-launch include; Tom Mboya, Cynthia Nyamai, Shiksha Arora, John Kioria Fred Indimuli, Ahmed Juma Ballo, Harith Salim and Nancy Onyancha.
The national broadcasting channel, KBC is doing a new unveiling tonight. They have brought new anchors who some are legends in the broadcasting industry. They have brought in a new team that will be working in the station The news reporters brought in the building are Shiksha Aora who came from Media Max company.