JamiiSMS
    Show/Hide This

    Topic: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

    Report Post
    Results 1 to 18 of 18
    1. Geza Ulole's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 31st October 2009
      Posts : 5,936
      Rep Power : 1839
      Likes Received
      1543
      Likes Given
      234

      Thumbs up Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      9th August 10
      Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Michael Haonga


      A new radio station christened "Capital Radio" has been launched in Dar es Salaam.
      Speaking at the launching event on Saturday night the chief guest, Precision Air director Michael Shirima hailed IPP Executive Chairman Reginald Mengi for creating jobs through investments in the media and for playing a pivotal role in the development of the country.

      He said the launch of the radio station had already proved useful in entertaining and enlightening people in the country and abroad.

      Earlier, ITV/Radio One managing director Joyce Mhavile said the new radio station started airing its programs in May this year and since then, it had helped in educating and entertaining the public.
      She said that the radio mainly targets youths of the age group between 18 and 45 years and features a number of programs, including news bulletin.

      According to her, Capital Radio airs its programs through 101.4 FM in Dar es Salaam, 101.2 FM in Mwanza, 103.3 FM in Moshi and 102.1FM in Arusha.

      She said plans were afoot to make the programs available in Mbeya through 96.4 FM, Mtwara 105 FM, Morogoro 88.9 FM, Iringa 100.0 FM, Dodoma 97.3 FM and Bukoba 95.3FM.

      THE GUARDIAN
      Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam


      25th July 10

      Mengi drums up anti-graft war agenda for the media

      Rodgers Luhwago

      It is vitally important that every entity, including the media fraternity, should address special attention to poverty and corruption, to enable Tanzania to build a peaceful society.

      Those sentiments were aired in Dar es Salaam yesterday, by the IPP Executive Chairman Reginald Mengi.

      He was speaking to student finalists of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) of the University of Dar es Salaam, at a luncheon he hosted for them.

      Mengi said the media is an important tool in any society charged with the responsibility of setting agenda beneficial to the public, adding that, in his opinion, poverty and corruption are two issues that are to be addressed with all the strength.

      “As you are going out there to practice journalism you will be required to understand issues taking the centre stage in every day’s life. Journalists need to drive certain national agenda and in my view, poverty and corruption are the issues that journalists must take as a national agenda,” he said.

      Dwelling on poverty, the IPP Executive Chairman said besides reporting on the vice, journalists should go further by finding its root causes, including proposing possible and workable solutions to fight it.

      “You, as journalists, must not confine yourselves to just reporting about poverty; instead you must also research and propose the possible solutions on how to fight it,” the executive chairman said as the students listened attentively.

      Mengi observed that despite economic statistics showing that the nation has recorded considerable economic growth, the main challenge was how to make the successes trickle down to the common wananchi.

      “While we claim that the nation is recording considerable level of national economic growth we must also work out how such a growth will have a considerable trickle down effect to the majority who are poor,” he said.

      However, the executive chairman said it was sad to learn that while others are tightening their belts in an effort to fight poverty, some are loosening them after amassing wealth.

      On corruption, Mengi said the vice is now becoming part of Tanzanian culture, a problem that will later loosen the fabrics of national cohesion.

      “As you are beginning life career, corruption must also be your agenda. This problem is now deepening its roots in our society, a trend which is dangerous for national unity,” he said.

      He added : “ If majority of our people are left to languish in abject poverty without solution in sight while leaving others flourish through corrupt means, it will reach a point where some destitutes will be pushed to a corner of doing anything since they would have nothing to lose.”

      Mengi also shared tips of success to life, saying the principle of success emanated from the courage of daring to do things. He said lack of confidence makes people fail even before they start implementing their development plans. “Fear is a major stumbling block to one’s life,” he remarked, adding:

      “If you want to succeed in life you first must have confidence in yourself. Always life is your own hands. Confidence can make you what you want to be. Never give up easily in life,” the executive chairman told the students.

      Mengi also invited ten students to attend the official launching of
      the Capital TV station to be held next month.

      Moving a vote of thanks, a lecturer from the SJMC, Charles Irigo, expressed appreciation to Mengi for the opportunity.

      Speaking on behalf of the students, Robert Nyanda said media owners should emulate a good example set by Mengi. He said media owners should contribute to preparing journalism students instead of waiting to be the consumers upon graduating.

      Mengi hosted the lunch to fulfill his promise he made on June 28 when he was invited to give a public lecture to them.


      GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY
      http://www.ippmedia.com/frontend/fun...le.php?l=19138


      14th August 10
      Media called upon to be guardians of democracy

      Dominic Nkolimwa

      Capital Television, a member of the IPP Media family, was launched with a bang in Dar es Salaam yesterday, with appeals being made to the media to stand as guardians of democracy and good governance.
      Mak Group Holdings Chairman Yogesh Manek said that was achievable and would manifest itself prominently if members of the media fraternity helped make October’s General Election free, fair, transparent and peaceful.
      Speaking at the colourful and well-attended ceremony, he said it was also of paramount importance for media practitioners jointly and severally to be at the frontline in observing professional and social ethics and safeguarding the interests of Tanzania and its people.
      “The media have a very important role to play in harnessing economic growth and consolidating the vision of our founding fathers of eradicating poverty, improving education and health and maintaining peace and stability,” he said.
      Manek hailed the IPP Media houses for what he called the remarkable achievements they have made, particularly in motivating Tanzanian nationals into confidently and successfully holding key positions entailing the running of prominent companies and institutions.
      “The myth that quality and great service can only be achieved when companies are run by foreigners has been proved wrong at the IPP Media. We are truly impressed by your achievements and most so for having confidence in and empowering your fellow Tanzanians,” he noted.
      IPP Executive Chairman Reginald Mengi meanwhile said he was confident that the just-launched TV station would suit the needs of foreigners working in Tanzania chiefly because it broadcast its programmes in English.
      He explained that many print and electronic media outlets in Tanzania use Kiswahili, which creates a communication vacuum that inconveniences many foreigners living in the country.
      He added that Capital Television would help fill the vacuum by making it possible for expatriates and other foreigners to catch up easily with national, regional, continental and international developments.
      Capital Television Managing Director Joyce Mhaville explained that the station was committed to enhancing cooperation with other broadcasters in efforts to promote African talents and lean on one another as necessary.
      She said the station’s menu would include drama series and other programmes from neighbouring countries “which have been warmly received by our viewers during our trial runs”.
      Mhaville, who is also MD of Radio One/Independent Television (ITV), commended the government for creating conditions that have been attracting and empowering Tanzanian investors to contribute substantially to the country’s development.
      “As you are well aware, there are many countries where lots of restrictions are imposed on the media. We in Tanzania, are fortunate in that there is ample freedom for the media to conduct their activities,” she said.
      She urged the media to put the opportunity to good use “not just by criticising but also by helping promote and enhance the unity, peace and security to enable the national economy to grow”.
      Elaborating on Capital Television’s menu, the MD said there would be a broad range of programmes focusing on crucial areas.
      “Foremost will be extensive coverage of local, regional, business and sports news. Other programmes will feature current affairs, social and entertainment issues,” she noted, adding: “We have one of the most modern facilities in the (Eastern Africa) region and we are continually upgrading our infrastructure to ensure that our viewers and listeners continue enjoying our products.”
      IPP Media has easily dominated Tanzania’s media scene since it came up with ITV and Radio One and Kiswahili daily newspaper Nipashe in 1994. These were soon followed by The Guardian Limited and its line-up of newspapers, including The Guardian (daily).
      The Group’s strength, particularly with respect to the electronic media, is exemplified by ITV and Radio One’s extensive coverage of local content. East Africa Television and East Africa Radio have, meanwhile, accorded the youth in the region popular avenues to have an enjoyable time expressing themselves while growing up into responsible citizens.

      THE GUARDIAN
      http://www.ippmedia.com/frontend/fun...le.php?l=19854




      MY TAKE: Do the name looks similar to Capital FM? Oyeah sounds a strategic move to counter Kirubi's Capital FM! Common Market at its peak!
      Last edited by Geza Ulole; 12th January 2011 at 23:51.


    2. Abdulhalim's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 20th July 2007
      Location : Chapwa-Chitindi
      Posts : 16,787
      Rep Power : 4133
      Likes Received
      1642
      Likes Given
      754

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Miredio yote hiyo ya nini? hawa wameishiwa.
      ...TanzaGiza ...

    3. Geza Ulole's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 31st October 2009
      Posts : 5,936
      Rep Power : 1839
      Likes Received
      1543
      Likes Given
      234

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By Abdulhalim View Post
      Miredio yote hiyo ya nini? hawa wameishiwa.
      Biashara hiyo unajua radio goes with taste huwezi kumshawishi kijana wa Clouds FM asikilize Radio One! so ina-targets zake na pia ukumbuke IPPMedia inaangalia pia beyond the borders so usishangae nia yao ikawa kama nilivyohisi hapo juu! kumbuka pia Capital TV nayo ipo pia

    4. Kachanchabuseta's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 8th March 2010
      Posts : 7,115
      Rep Power : 1958
      Likes Received
      500
      Likes Given
      1304

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      imeanzishwa kupiga kampain za JK??

    5. Geza Ulole's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 31st October 2009
      Posts : 5,936
      Rep Power : 1839
      Likes Received
      1543
      Likes Given
      234

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By King of Kings View Post
      imeanzishwa kupiga kampain za JK??
      sidhani mzee atakuwa amechanganyikiwa kufanya hilo

    6. WildCard's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 22nd April 2008
      Posts : 7,083
      Rep Power : 2180
      Likes Received
      2055
      Likes Given
      74

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Hii redio ipo siku nyingi tu. BBC wameitumia sana kwa zaidi ya miaka miwili. Mzee wetu Mengi ana redio tatu, TV station tatu na utitiri wa magazeti ambao umeanza kujifia wenyewe baada ya kukosa soko na wa kwashambulia.

    7. Idimi's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 18th March 2007
      Location : Ikwiriri
      Posts : 7,103
      Rep Power : 85914998
      Likes Received
      1822
      Likes Given
      914

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By WildCard View Post
      Hii redio ipo siku nyingi tu. BBC wameitumia sana kwa zaidi ya miaka miwili. Mzee wetu Mengi ana redio tatu, TV station tatu na utitiri wa magazeti ambao umeanza kujifia wenyewe baada ya kukosa soko na wa kwashambulia.

      WC
      Ni kweli, hii redio ipo miaka mingi sana, awali ilikuwa ikiitwa SKY FM kwa masafa hayo hayo. Kabla BBC hawajapewa masafa yao, 103 FM, walikuwa wakitangaza kupitia kituo hiki. Yaani ni mvinyo wa zamani katika chupa mpya! Capital radio ni mtoto wa Capital TV ya Mengi!
      A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man!
      [email protected]

    8. liprise's Avatar
      Member Array
      Join Date : 12th May 2010
      Posts : 10
      Rep Power : 536
      Likes Received
      0
      Likes Given
      0

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      cheer up! It's a exciting news.
      Detergent Auxiliary Suppliers

    9. Utingo's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 15th December 2009
      Location : Lyazumbi
      Posts : 6,057
      Rep Power : 36701
      Likes Received
      1265
      Likes Given
      843

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By WildCard View Post
      Hii redio ipo siku nyingi tu. BBC wameitumia sana kwa zaidi ya miaka miwili. Mzee wetu Mengi ana redio tatu, TV station tatu na utitiri wa magazeti ambao umeanza kujifia wenyewe baada ya kukosa soko na wa kwashambulia.
      Inashangaza kuwa na utitiri wa miradio wakati Radio one haifurahishi hata kusikiliza. Watangazaji wake >> Mwaipaya, Gama,Gondwe,Ngama etc misauti mibovu kama vile kabla ya kuingia studio wanapewa pombe na pakti kadhaa za sigara ili wavute.

      Radio one=Creativity Zero. Vipindi vyao ni vile vile walivyovianzisha akina Hilary, Mikdadi Mohmood, Ngayoma, Nyaisanga, A Majura etc
      Last edited by Utingo; 9th August 2010 at 14:42.
      Without justice – Government is nothing but a band of robbers

    10. Mzito Kabwela's Avatar
      JF Bronze Member Array
      Join Date : 28th November 2009
      Location : MPUMBULI
      Posts : 12,050
      Rep Power : 86377916
      Likes Received
      2196
      Likes Given
      16

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By Lumbe View Post
      Inashangaza kuwa na utitiri wa miradio wakati Radio one haifurahishi hata kusikiliza. Watangazaji wake >> Mwaipaya, Gama,Gondwe,Ngama etc misauti mibovu kama vile kabla ya kuingia studio wanapewa pombe na pakti kadhaa za sigara ili wavute.

      Radio one=Creativity Zero. Vipindi vyao ni vile vile walivyovianzisha akila Hilary, Mikdadi Mohmood, Ngayoma, Nyaisanga etc
      Creativity ipo TBC tu!

    11. Idimi's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 18th March 2007
      Location : Ikwiriri
      Posts : 7,103
      Rep Power : 85914998
      Likes Received
      1822
      Likes Given
      914

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By mzittokabwela View Post
      Creativity ipo TBC tu!

      Hawa nao wako biased na chama tawala sana! Kwa ubunifu wao hautupendezi baadhi ya wasikilizaji wao!
      A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man!
      [email protected]

    12. Rutunga M's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 16th March 2009
      Posts : 1,241
      Rep Power : 842
      Likes Received
      497
      Likes Given
      198

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      afadhari sisi kanda ya ziwa tunasikiliza Redio Kasibante Fm
      juzi wakati Dk Slaa akiwatafuta wadhamini,bukoba mjini mmoja wa watangazaji wa redio hiyo alitangaza kuwa watu waliofika hapo mkutanoni walitaka kuona mkono wake ulivovunjika.

      hii ndiyo redio wanayosikiliza rafiki zangu akina nshomile

    13. Utingo's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 15th December 2009
      Location : Lyazumbi
      Posts : 6,057
      Rep Power : 36701
      Likes Received
      1265
      Likes Given
      843

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By mzittokabwela View Post
      Creativity ipo TBC tu!
      wako biased sana na CCM
      Without justice – Government is nothing but a band of robbers

    14. Geza Ulole's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 31st October 2009
      Posts : 5,936
      Rep Power : 1839
      Likes Received
      1543
      Likes Given
      234

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By Lumbe View Post
      wako biased sana na CCM
      Mie nashangaa creative ipi hawa TBC wanayo kama sio mambo ya ku-poach talents from ITV from ze comedy mpk watangazaji mahiri kama Muro
      Last edited by Geza Ulole; 14th August 2010 at 13:56.

    15. Estmeed Reader's Avatar
      Banned Array
      Join Date : 19th March 2010
      Posts : 135
      Rep Power : 0
      Likes Received
      0
      Likes Given
      0

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Unesco,wakati wa mchakato wa new internatiinformation and communication order - iliyozimwa na politics za ufaidhina (conservative) ilishawahi kutamka kuwa utitiri wa redio, tv au magazeti unaomilikiwa na mtu mmoja au kundi moja tu sio uenezo wa demokrasia; ni mfinyo wa demokrasia!

    16. Estmeed Reader's Avatar
      Banned Array
      Join Date : 19th March 2010
      Posts : 135
      Rep Power : 0
      Likes Received
      0
      Likes Given
      0

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      internatiinformation ISOMEKE international information

    17. Geza Ulole's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 31st October 2009
      Posts : 5,936
      Rep Power : 1839
      Likes Received
      1543
      Likes Given
      234

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Quote By estmeed reader View Post
      Unesco,wakati wa mchakato wa new internatiinformation and communication order - iliyozimwa na politics za ufaidhina (conservative) ilishawahi kutamka kuwa utitiri wa redio, tv au magazeti unaomilikiwa na mtu mmoja au kundi moja tu sio uenezo wa demokrasia; ni mfinyo wa demokrasia!
      hajakatazwa mtu kuanzisha redio au TV frequency zipo kibao na ni muhimu kuwa na redio nyingi maana taste za watu zinatofautiana!

    18. ALEYN's Avatar
      JF Senior Expert Member Array
      Join Date : 12th November 2011
      Location : Dar es Salaam
      Posts : 3,376
      Rep Power : 1230
      Likes Received
      776
      Likes Given
      31

      Default Re: Capital Radio launched in Dar es Salaam

      Mwenye Namba ya DJ NICKO wa Capital msaada tafadhali.


    Similar Topics

    1. Modern ICT centre launched in D`Salaam
      By BabuK in forum Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum
      Replies: 4
      Last Post: 1st November 2011, 22:31
    2. Replies: 0
      Last Post: 12th October 2011, 11:18
    3. Radio, radio, radio, huduma na biashara.
      By Radio Producer in forum Matangazo madogo
      Replies: 6
      Last Post: 13th June 2011, 15:06
    4. Ushauri wa Bure: Wamiliki wa Radio Clouds FM ya Dar es salaam
      By Radio Producer in forum Jamii Intelligence
      Replies: 114
      Last Post: 10th June 2011, 21:05
    5. Replies: 5
      Last Post: 20th February 2011, 03:30

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •  

    Who are WE?

    JamiiForums is a 'User Generated Content' site; anyone can register (MUST) and comment or start a new topic.

    You are always welcome! Read more...

    Where are we?

    We have our offices in Dar es Salaam but we still work virtually.

    For anything related to this site please Contact us.

    Contact us now...

    DISCLAIMER

    JamiiForums, its partners, affiliates and advertisers are not responsible for the content of threads/topics that are submitted by users..

    Read more...

    Forum Rules

    JamiiForums is moderated under the rules set by users and moderators to safeguard you.

    You MUST read them and comply accordingly. Read more...

    Privacy Policy

    We are committed to respecting your privacy rights when visiting any JamiiForums.com page, such as this one.

    Read our Privacy Policy. Proceed here...