Aunty Lydia, this is obolo of OTEC FM, Kumasi. How are you doing? Do visit when you are in Kumasi.
Welcome! Happy to meet you again in this platform.
We are looking forward to those experiences and more.
Thanks am to deliver it very soon.
My name is Oluka Jamillah and i work with Uganda Broadcasting Corporation. I do present and produce agriculture programs. I am a trained journalist and i have worked with different radio stations for a period of 9years. I do interact with farmers in most of my programs on radio. I am so excited to be joining this vibrant team. I hope to learn more and share more as we move on with the discussions.
You are welcome!
We are glad to have you here.
We are looking forward to hearing your experiences and learning from them.
Hello im Caroline Kimaro from Arusha Tanzania .I work with Farmradio international as an ICT Officer i normally interact with alot of broadcaster on helping farmers program.Thanks for being here hope i will learn many things from this discussion.
We are delighted to have you in this platform. Hopefully we will learn a thing or two from you too.
Please note I am moving this to introductions
You are welcome. We are glad to have you here. This is learning platform for all of us. We have the café, for any other issues of interest not directly linked to our topic of discussion. I am sure other participants would be interested in deliberating on the pest affecting maize.
Hie this is Sakina Majawa a producer and presenter of Chanco Community Radio in Malawi…with 12 years exeperience in program production. I like interacting with people and discussing radio and other related business that can make content for broadcasting. I hope to learn more and make friends and partners through this discussion.
Thanks Josh, lovely pictures. I am always intrigued by the walls in studios and the desk. I always wonder who gets to choose the deco. Here in SA, when you visit a radio station you can tell which supplier installed it by the desk/ deco used.
Welcome, we are delighted to have you here. We are hoping go get to hear more about your radio programs.
One thing still missing in your introduction though…
We are waiting!
Enjoy the discussions
Hi everyone, My name is Alex Wandeba and I come from the Eastern part of Uganda from a place called Bududa; one of the most fertile places in the country. Bududa is on the slopes of Mount Elgon at the boarder with Kenya and really mountainous.
I live and work in Kampala the capital city of Uganda, working with Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) Radio , am a news anchor for the National News, producer and presenter of the daily news magazine called News Hour on UBC Radio. The program is a production of the News and Current Affairs Section of UBC Radio comprising a team of reporters and correspondents reporting on the occurrences across the country daily, run from 8pm to 9pm local time.
Am happy to all of you on this platform.
You are welcome!
We are glad to have you in this platform and we are looking forward to shared experiences.
Enjoy the discussions!
My name is Apamaku Gaetano. I am a Producer of several Programs including Farm Talk. I work with Radio Pacis that is a Value Based Community Radio in Arua located in the North Western part of Uganda. My station studio can accommodate up to 4-Guests for Live discussions, and it has both the Presenter/host and the Guests seated at a form of round table for On-air Discussion.
You are welcome!
It is good to meet in this platform and we believe through sharing of experiences we will learn from each other.
Thank you for the introductions and thank you for participating in the icebreaker activity. If you have not participated yet, you still have time before moving to week 2.
Please also note that we have started a WhatsApp group. I have sent emails to all requesting WhatsApp numbers. If you have not sent yours you can still send on email firstname.lastname@example.org or send a private message to me on this platform. If you are not on WhatsApp you can still send me your number and let me know you are not on WhatsApp.
I am going to join and introduce myself this week as last week I was in Dodoma, the Capital with broadcasters from Mwangaza FM. My name is Kassim Sheghembe and I work with Farm Radio International as ICT Officer. I am working with broadcaster to make Radio more interactive and respond to farmers/listeners need.
I have trained more than 15 radio stations in Tanzania and I have been exploring tools and ways to make radio more interactive. I strongly believe that radio is a very powerful tool for raising voices of unheard. But this is possible and even more effective when radio integrate feedback from listeners.
I am very fortunate to be in this discussion and I hope to learn more from all of you on tools and ways you use to make radio more interactive.
I am Josephine Mdenyo working with mulembe fm,a radio station that broadcasts in luhya language.It is located in Nairobi.
I am the presenter of the mid-morning show that highlights development. The show is interactive and interesting especially when discussing with farmers and business people.Radio is powerful with immediate feedback.
I am happy to join this discussion. Yearning to learn more on tools and ways to make radio more interactive! Thank you team.
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