Kenya’s national broadcaster, Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is set to unveil its revamped look this evening.
The move that has been in the pipeline for months is aimed at tapping into the digital TV market.
KBC would like to keep up with the current trends in terms of information and technology as well as keep the memories of legends alive.
The revamped KBC will see talented journalists and presenters who graced our screens in the past get back on camera.
KBC says that their viewers will be treated to comprehensive and investigative news bulletins from young and seasoned anchors.
Among the talented veteran news anchors, who will grace the screens of KBC viewers include; Catherine Kasavuli, Badi Muhsin, Fayyaz Qureshi and Pauline Sheghu.
The veterans will be hosting a special segment on weekends.
The young blood who are part of the new-look KBC include; Nancy Onyancha, John Kioria, Cynthia Nyamai, Tom Mboya, Shiksha Arora, Juma Ballo, Fred Indimuli and Haridh Salim.
A year later, I am BACK, back like I never left. Catch me on @KBCChannel1 my new home ❤️ Thank you for always standing by my side, catch me this Friday at 9 PM, it’s time to create magic, with a brand new KBC. Are you ready? ???? #THISISKBC pic.twitter.com/7lJReHOS0e— Shiksha Arora (@shikshaarora_) June 21, 2021
The national broadcaster also boasts of new modern equipment that will enable it to broadcast in High-Definition technology