Pomp and colour as KUTV wins local content award

It was pomp and glamour at the cocktail that marked the second edition of the KUZA broadcasting awards that aims to celebrate the milestones achieved by broadcastersand push them to strive for quality services and compliance with regulatory standards by the Communications Authority.

Kenyattta University Television (KUTV) took home a gold award for Local Content Prime Time Award beating all other local stations.

KUTV led by its elated Director Dr. George King’ara saying that the award shows that it was time quality local content was appreciated. He also added that the graph of KUTV is steadily rising and that the station was now aiming higher to get more awards not only locally but also internationally.

This is the second award that the station is winning in its 2 years of existence. Last year, the station won the Xtreme Awards which recognizes and awards outstanding excellence in service and performance.

Citizen Tv under Royal Media Services and KBC are among other local stations that managed to scoop awards at the event which was hosted by the Communication Authority of Kenya.


The Kenyatta University TV last week won a KUZA award for being the best broadcaster airing quality local content on prime time. KUTV emerged tops over NTV ( who were second runners up ) and Mass TV (1st runners up). The KUZA awards is the Communication Authority of Kenya most prestigious fete to broadcasters who have complied with the set regulatory standards. The KUTV team led by KUTV Director Dr. George King'ara ​​(​second ​​​r​​ight) receive the award and certificate​ alongside KUTV new editor George Okachi (second left)​.

Kenyatta University will be hosting her 1st National Conference  on Cancer Management. The conference will  take place at Kenyatta University Amphitheatre, Nairobi, Kenya from 15th -17th,  August 2018. The theme  of the conference is:

The Fight Against Cancer, Where Are We?

The 1st Kenyatta University National Conference on cancer provides an opportunity for stakeholders and cancer management practitioners in Kenya to come together and share their experiences, challenges and lessons learnt in the course of managing cancer that is now the third leading cause of death in Kenya after infectious and cardiovascular diseases. The conference will be instrumental in measuring Kenya’s performance and progress in the management of cancer.

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