Peter Kinyua a student gave much respect to Sam macharia former production manager and princecam CEO Paul Mukoma for helping him complete Documentary on matatus.
Princecam team specializes in Media training, photography, events, documentary, informercials, TV programs, music videos etc.
Paul Mukoma, the CEO explained that the institute is producing people to actively engage in the country. There is Need for fresh content. "We are here to.produce the producers. When they come here they have a dream, they leave with certificare and sample profile". Overwhealmed , princecam
"Want to train more producers. In TV we need more contents from our students"
Thrive has partly sponsored the project. The thrive representative explained "What is going on here is of value to the country and the youth. Thrive support business growing and requiring equipment"
We can see this is going far. You have opportnunity to produce for inspiration. Tell a good story. Tell a story for transformation. He encouraged.the new graduates to Work together and think beyond kenya.
The chief guest Dr Wale passionately said that vision is crucial. "Dont reduce vision to accomodate budget but increase capacity to facilitate the vision. Challenge yourself and think globally. Default is global. Its a slap on oyr face when kenyan artists goes Nigeria to produce." Begin telling your stories on global
UKENTV is priviledged to work with Princecam Media over years to facilitate our ideas. We are looking forward to partner in training and production as Kenya prepare for massive digital migration content consumption. Do register for january intake on
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