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Musical chairs as Louis Otieno joins K24

By | October 23rd 2009

The game of musical chairs is still going on in some TV stations. Recently NTV showed the door to almost 18 anchors, editors and reporters. Rumours are flying that a top editor was also set for exit until one big shot at the station intervened. But waiting on the wings was K24 ready to snap up notable jobless talent as the station expands to cover the whole country. Meanwhile talk show presenter Louis Otieno is leaving Citizen TV to join K24.

He will shortly unveil a night program of Kenyan politics and society.

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