When it comes to news consumption, government-owned Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is not as popular these days as it was in the past.
But with the fast-changing times, the national broadcaster would soon be dethroned from the top spot.
Despite being the first media house in the country that made people stick to their black and white great wall televisions, over time with time, the dynamics took a turn and new media houses like the Nations Media Group, Radio Africa Group, Royal Media Services, Standard Media Group, Media Max and many others emerged.
These media houses came with television programs that attracted the majority of the Kenyan and East Africa markets.
This was made possible due to their immense study of the market which made them realize the niches they capitalized on.
They brought in new faces, invested in infrastructure, and soon enough, started dominating the market.
While its competitors were on the rise, KBC slowly became irrelevant to and people termed it a rigid station that refused to follow and adapt to technology and new trends in the market.
In recent years, however, the TV Station has attempted a comeback into the scene by conducting a total revamp of their studios and bringing in new faces to the viewers’ screens.
They also decided to work on their shows and got in shows and programs that matched the new generation and market demand.
A move that turned out to be one of the best the corporation has ever made.
With this new alignment, they made sure to hire attractive presenters, among them Jackie Wambiru, who is now arguably the new face of the KBC newsroom.
Without a doubt, Jackie has for a while now been the talk of the town. Her captivating personality and her beauty are making Kenyan men stick to KBC channel one for news just to see her.
Some have argued that Wambiru gives Betty and Lilian a run for their money not only with her looks but also skill.
And with her lips, smile, her body, who would not want to see her each and every day on TV?