Media personality Grace Msalame, one of the most popular TV personalities in the country finally makes a comeback on TV.
Msalame started her career at KTN where she hosted a show dubbed Straight Up from 2005 to 2007. Afterwards, she left the station to pursue her degree at Daystar University where she was later called up to host Art Scene on KTN. After Art Scene Grace moved to Capital Fm to work as a presenter.
Just when we thought we had seen the last of her on TV, Msalame is set to make a huge comeback on Switch TV, a new TV station that will be launching soon.
Kiss 100’s Shaffie Weru, DNG amongst others have also signed up as hosts at Switch TV, an entertainment channel owned by Kenya Red Cross.
“The Millennial spends most of his time on social media which is real-time, fast-paced and authentic which is what Switch TV promises to bring! Authenticity and programming tailored to capture the multi-layered youth.” ~ Grace Msalame.
The station’s head of content Tamima Ibrahim stated that they will have a unique line up of content that will be contemporary, contextual and portraying the progressiveness of Kenya’s youth. ۪The content will mirror the positive mindset and dynamism in the Kenyan youth’ life.
“We will be strikingly different, every show has a reason to exist and a strong point of view, we will not only engage but empower youth to find solutions to issues facing them, while promoting positive values in youth culture. We will be the ultimate digital platform as our content will also have a massive appeal across social media platforms,” ~ Tamima.
This comes a few months after Grace revealed that she had landed a job with Nation Media Group (NMG) where she will be hosting a new lifestyle show.
“Yes, she will be joining us and she will be hosting a lifestyle show soon,” ~ Confirmed NTV Head of Production Justus Tharao.
Grace Msalame is also the Vivo & Royco Brand Ambassador.
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