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The blunder during UHURU’s interview in Mombasa costs several journalists their job-See those who have been suspended as a result of the blunder

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DAILY POST: The blunder during UHURU’s interview in Mombasa costs several journalists their job-See those who have been suspended as a result of the blunder



Tuesday January 15, 2019-A technical problem during President Uhuru
Kenyatta’s round-table interview at State House in Mombasa has cost several
journalists their jobs.

Kenya broadcaster, KBC has suspended the entire crew in charge of production,
preview and transmission from both in Mombasa and Nairobi stations as a result
of the costly blunder.
Among those
reportedly interdicted were Francis
Ngila,
 who was Transmission Control (TC) of the day, Zipporah Simani, who was
heading TC in Nairobi, and Senior News Producer at KBC Zipporah Muthui.
Others
include Jackline Wasolo,
the producer on duty at KBC’s Broadcasting House
Nairobi, Edwin Rasto, who
was heading Transmission and Sound Operations of the day and KBC crew members Julius MutukuNjeru NyagaMwambinya and Benjamin
Mutei
.
According
to sources, 
there was lack of lip sync for KBC‘s stream during the live service – the matching of a
speaking person’s lip movements with the spoken vocals that listeners
hear.





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