Tuesday, 05 May 2009
The number of Television Stations and Radio Stations has grown tremendously and it continues doing so. As the number grows, the various stations have been forced to improve on their broadcasting to have a share of the viewers/listeners who have been split in the various stations.
As of December 2008, Uganda had 220 licensed Radio Stations 32 of which were off air and 188 were operational. The program line up varies from analyzing local newspapers, News, Music and lately Talk shows which have more or less become the in thing for all the radio stations.
As a way of looking different, Sanyu FM will dedicate every morning to a group of people and brand them special for that day. For example today was dedicated to Kenyan Ladies. So if you were a lady from Kenya and you were listening, I’m sure you felt special as Melanie and Fat Boy, the hosts of the drive show took you on.
TV Stations are equally faced with a similar increase in numbers though it is not as populated as radio stations. By December 2008 50 TV stations had been licensed though 15 were off air and 35 were operational.
NTV Uganda and Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) have devised a means of increasing viewer ship by joining the DSTV network making them viewable in other African countries.
Those numbers are likely to have made an upward shift from what is indicated because he above figures are as of December 2008.
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