Veteran journalists and independent content provider Alex Chamwada announced he is moving his popular Daring Abroad production series from Kenya Television Network (KTN) to NTV. 

An excited Chamwada made the announcement on his social media pages on Friday, paving the way to expand much wider given NTV has a wider audience across the East African borders.    

The former Citizen tv associate editor terminated his contract with KTN back in March over a contractual fallout as the station linked to the Moi family faced a financial crunch. 

Following the disagreement with KTN, his Chams Media issued the termination notice effectively withdrawing its two programmes, The Chamwada Report and Daring Abroad. 

The Chamwada Report, a current affairs programme, used to air on Thursdays while Daring Abroad, a magazine feature show, aired on Saturdays. 

It remains unclear the terms of his new engagement with NTV, which is majorly owned by the Aga Khan, and whether the two programmes will air there or only Daring Abroad. 

Before striking the deal with NTV, Chams Media had been running its refreshing programmes on its digital platforms and YouTube channel. 

Chamwada had been in the local media scene for more than 20 years before he quit Royal Media Services in 2014 to start his own independent content production outfit. 

He holds a masters in politics and mass media from Liverpool University, post-graduate diploma in mass communication from University of Nairobi and a BSC in Information Science from Moi University.