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Women In Digital: Digital Disruption in Media

November 16, 2018 3:27:09 PM EAT / by Dorothy Michieka posted in digital marketer, women in digital

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“You need to get relevant in places you consume content.” Terryanne Chebet.

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Interview: Atieno Upcoming Director of Photography Shares His Journey

November 4, 2018 4:45:00 PM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in film student, film director

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Atieno is a Kenyan feature film that tells the story of Atieno, a 16-year-old Kisumu who drops out of school and is forced to fend for her sick father and her siblings. She goes to live in Mathare slums in Nairobi in search of work and encounters a lot of obstacles.

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Chatting With Elisha Ojiambo

November 4, 2018 10:45:00 AM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in ADMI film school, film student

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From a young age, Elisha Ojiambo has always been passionate about filmmaking and storytelling.  

Through ADMI’s Placement office, Elisha got an internship at Covenant Television Network (CTN TV), which transitioned into a full-time job. He is a camera operator and technical assistant. CTN TV is a global upcoming Christian Faith television channel with a worldwide reach through its online channel.

 We caught up with him to learn about his journey so far.

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Chatting With Meshack Bebeto

November 3, 2018 10:10:22 AM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in career in graphic design,, graphic design career paths

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Through ADMI's Placement office, Meshack Bebeto, a Diploma in Graphic Design student was placed at TUKO Media. His 3-month internship resulted in a full-time job.

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Chatting With Tevin Sudi

October 27, 2018 10:45:00 AM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in Sound Engineering

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Two years ago, Tevin Sudi was undertaking Architecture at a local university. However, his passion was in Sound Engineering. He quit Architecture and convinced his mother to allow him to join ADMI's Diploma in Sound Engineering. His passion, talent, and hard work paid off.

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A Career As A Social Media Consultant

October 25, 2018 4:45:00 PM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in digital marketing strategy, social media marketing

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By day, Olivia Ambani is a Nairobi-based social media consultant and visual designer. By night, she is an upcoming singer - songwriter with a beautiful voice. Olivia holds a BA in Communications and Media and MA in Design from the University of Leeds. Olivia describes a social media consultant as, “Someone who creates content for social media platforms.”

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KENYA MEDIA WEEK: HIGHLIGHTS

October 24, 2018 4:34:43 PM EAT / by Phanice Mumbi posted in journalist, kenyamediaweek

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The Kenya Media Week forum happened last month and the following are highlights picked up from the discussion. 

 

Fake News.

Due to the rise of fake content being circulated, most editors are very curious to know where journalists source their stories from. They often ask questions like, " What do you know? " and " How do you know it? ". This is not because they don't trust the journalists, but to ensure that the stories are verified. Most media houses/journalists are sometimes misled by their sources of information. Stories have to be counter-checked because almost everyone wants to avoid being sued for defamation.

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Journalism Career Paths

October 17, 2018 9:21:52 AM EAT / by Dorothy Michieka posted in AfricaDigitalMediaInstitute, ContentCreation, journalist, blogger, mass communication

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 Some of us knew what we wanted to be growing up. However, some of us did not. Growing up, all I wanted to be was a journalist. Wear gorgeous clothes and read the news! For me, that was the coolest thing to do. Going through campus, I still had my dream and I pictured myself( looking fabulous) and impacting masses with information. I wanted to write stories so powerful that would revolutionize the media industry. The short of it is that, no I did not get to be that anchor on the TV. I'm doing something else that I never pictured for myself that I absolutely love. If you are like me, the girl not on TV but passionate about Journalism, here are some career paths in Journalism that you should consider as well.

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Claire-Marie Njoki Art Director: Too Early For Birds Brazen Edition

August 3, 2018 1:24:00 PM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in artdirector, ADMI film school

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Nairobi based set designer Claire-Marie Njoki was one of the stars of the Too Early For Birds Brazen Edition (TEFBrazen) play. The TEFBrazen edition was an all female-led show. From the cast, to the crew, to the stories being told, the TEFBrazen play shared stories of five women who shaped Kenya. Zarina Patel, Mekatilili wa Menza, Wangu wa Makeri, Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima and the Nandi lady who led to Luanda Magere’s death.

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MULTICHOICE INNOVATION TEAM VISITS ADMI

July 9, 2018 3:17:44 PM EAT / by Dorothy Michieka posted in film school, filmproduction, MultichoiceAfrica, innovation, En-novate, MultichoiceSouthAfrica, ADMI film school, AfricaDigitalMediaInstitute, ContentCreation

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Disclaimer: The following content is in no way boring or tedious to go through. Enjoy!

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