The advancement in technology has brought about a massive change to the way people obtain goods or services as well as how they are being sold. Organizations and businesses in the same industry as Citizen TV are not insulated from this operational alteration.
While some of these changes might be a welcome development to customers in terms of ease of access to desired goods or services, such developments might not always favour some set of people. Hence the need for adaptability in such an ever-changing business landscape which is powered by information and communication technology.
As with the saying “in with the new and out with the old,” the way people engage in commerce, entertain, inform or educate themselves is changing at a rapid rate as most consumers prefer to go online to either stream and download their favourite virtual entertainment materials at the comfort of their own space whenever they want, wherever they want. All they need is an internet enabled gadget be it a phone or computer system and “voila” unlimited digital materials on their fingertips.
With the growth of online media, a few traditional media firms will fall by the wayside with a lot of employees put out of work. On the flip side, however, only the new ones or old media firms who are quick to adapt to change will enjoy continued success. Of the many media, firms to have adapted to this change is Citizen Tv Kenya.
Citizen TV Kenya is one of the most popular Television stations in Kenya. It is Kenya’s biggest television station with a strong focus on local programming. In response to evolving trends and in an effort to make things easier for consumers of info-content, Citizen Tv created a platform specifically for those who encounter hassles in getting a TV to installing the necessary antennas and cables. Citizen Tv has gone online!
The station targets audience from the affluent urban elite to the lower end Kenyan Citizens on the socio-economic scale. It is powered by Royal Media Services which was the first Kenyan media company in 1998 to run a licensed private radio station; Radio Citizen and in addition to Citizen TV. They have 11 radio stations. It receives an average of 14.2 hours of viewing per week.
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Guide on How to Watch TV Live on the Internet Free
If you have a personal computer or a mobile device(smartphone, tablets etc.), you can watch Kenyan TV live by use of a modem or internet subscription on your device. All you need is to find a reliable network provider, luckily there are quite a number of good ones all over Kenya now. Then, you will need to buy internet bundles from your preferred network provider as it is with it you will use to pay for the internet connection. Internet bundles can be bought through a number of methods as well as quantities depending on your provider.
When you’ve bought the bundle or subscribed, you can then connect your modem to your personal computer or device to access the internet. If you are on an internet enabled phone or tablet, it is as simple as turning on the data connection option of your device having inserted the network providers SIM card on your phone or tablet. Once you have a connection all you have to do is to type and search ‘Live Kenyan TV’ on your browser and a number of options will be provided for you. Or simply bookmark this page for Citizen Kenya Live TV.
About Citizen TV Kenya
Citizen TV Kenya was formed in 1999 and relaunched in June 2006 with the plan to become the largest media company in Kenya and East Africa. Born at a time when the country could only benefit from proceeds of transparent journalism, the station targets audience across the country including the urban elite and affluent to those at the lower end of the socio-economic ladder. Citizen TV Kenya aims to provide the relevant content matched with unbiased news reporting as it aims at enlightening the entire populace while connecting with the audience and ensuring adequate satisfaction.
Citizen TV is managed by Royal Media Services. The company was the first to start a licensed private radio station in Kenya – Radio Citizen was started in 1998 but today, it has grown to consist of eleven major radio stations and one television station.
So, you will no longer miss out on the latest news as Citizen TV now provides free online Live news at the comfort of your space. Don’t hesitate to check it out.