KBC, KFC sign agreement of implementation of Studio Mashinani Project

Written By: Nancy Okware
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KFC led by the CEO Mr Timothy Owase penned down an agreement on implementation of the Studio Mashinani Project.
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The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) and the Kenya Film Commission (KFC) have signed an agreement on the implementation of the Studio Mashinani Project, which seeks to help the youth realize and exploit their talents.

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Speaking Thursday, KBC Managing Director Dr. Naim Bilal says that KBC will play a major role not only in audio visual production but also in supporting the youth through marketing of their content.

KBC Managing Director Dr. Naim Bilal

He added that the long-term goal is to utilize the abundant talent of young people by ensuring recording studios are within reach.

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His sentiments were echoed by the Kenya Film Commission CEO Timothy Owase who underscored the importance of quality content even as he called on parents to support their children who are willing to venture into the creative arts industry.

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This partnership will see the two agencies create synergy in advancing the audiovisual sector in the country thus more job opportunities and wealth for the youth.
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