Inooro TV Serving Bollywood Soaps In Greek!

My 80-something year old mother and her help’s eyes are fixed to the lobotomy tube every evening, trying to unravel the twisting plots of Bollywood soaps with rather flat, monotonous Greek overdubs.
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IMHO, another Jubilee achievement is the digital migration and the liberalization of media. We have some pretty good local vernacular soaps, and the Mexican telenovella has found a competitor in these Bollywood soaps, even though they really do stretch the viewers’ imaginations to extremes. My old lady is still asking where they learned Greek.

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Haha. :D:D

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Hapo inooro walituangusha, what happened to the 70% local content clause.

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Kameme TV seems more prepared in entry to this sector, their entertainment is far more better to inooro TV

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Nollywood too. I once switched to it and found Mama G speaking Greek. It took me a while to realise what is happening. They are entertaining though.

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Ngafana Kafogo ari inooroini akirira

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Now indians are slowly media colonizing africans while some shout liberalism

Ororîu oima K24!

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local content requires money si ati viewers watalipa kama netflix

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RIP Kyeni HD

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@Nattydread unasema ya old lady. Try my 92 year old granny… Anajua saa za Inooro,3 Stones,Njata and the new kid on the block Kameme. Ustake jua what happens when she queries how they are able to fight like that n not die…

This is neo colonialism of the worst kind…

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:DNaona career ya Dj Afro bado iko intact,ataendelea kunukisha kitunguu now that hadi soaps ziko kwa hizo local chanels

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Ata mimi niliboeka sana na hio story!

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Alafu wakieka prime time

It’s up to us to create genuine local content even as we use available foreign material. That is what liberalization means.

Just the other day, Simba 1 agreed to lower duties on equipment and support local film-makers.

They need to start producing shows that captivate and inspire, not the same Vitimbi-class one-camera shows with muffled audio and cheesy soundtracks.

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kwanza there was this show I used to love Uriri wa wendo…or something like that…one day I tune in and I wonder what bullshit is this and what happened to that lovely programme! :frowning:

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There is some great local content…lakini sasa they remove it and replace with that bullshit, kwanza inooro tv yangu haikuwa inatoka hapo

Nilikua nafuatiria gaterina, akiyanani huyo mdame ni dwyfwy hkm

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By the time unawekelea camera kwa ground hii Nairobi, government ishakutoza ushuru unakaa sijui aje. Furthermore, local stations aren’t willing to fund good quality local shows because the populace is satisfied by low quality cheaper shows. If it ain’t broke…

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