Friday, 24 June 2016

Features Firm launches educational TV programme for pupils

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To tackle increasing parents’ concerns over children’s viewing habits and ensure access to decent television channels, RWells Media, has launched a new children channel, “JYB TV” on StarTimes.
The new channel designed to inspire learning, ignite passion and aid total development of young minds between age six and 24, is also geared towards assisting parents who crave moral and ethical entertainment programmes for their growing kids.
The channel, launched by the firm as part of programmes to commemorate the Children’s Day and the Day of the African Child, also aims to address the mounting demand for wholesome indigenous family entertainment.
Managing Director, RWells Media, Mrs. Jibe Ologeh, said, “JYB TV is a 24/7-television station offering indigenous content for children, teenagers and young adults. It is the go to station for quality children’s and youth-oriented programming and promises to deliver wholesome content that will enrich the lives of its viewers.”
StarTimes Marketing Director, Dare Kafar, said the educative, enriching and entertaining Jyb TV is the latest children channel to launch on StarTimes and “it will offer the best in fun and educational programming for the whole family.
From fact highlights, vox pop, health talks, school programmes, talk shows, dramas and debates, Jyb TV will inspire conversation and spark curiosity in young minds.
“It would also enable future leaders learn, find their passion and pursue their dreams on a very local, but enriching, exciting and wholesome platforms that support parents in raising decent champions.”
StarTimes’s programming is available in seven genres: children, documentary, news and current affairs, music, movies and general entertainment, sport and religion.

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