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“Life Stories” gives a platform to unheard voices that have experienced different misfortunes and runs every Sunday of the week, featuring different people with varying socio-economic misfortunes.
Other nominees include; Capital Fm’s Flavia Tumusiime and Alex Ndawula, Bina Baby, Jane Kasumba, Straka Mwezi and Josephine Kalungi, among others.
The Radio and Television Academy was incorporated in Uganda in 2010.
It is dedicated to the encouragement, recognition and promotion of excellence in Uganda broadcasting and Audio production.
“We will be committed to extending education and understanding of the medium among policy-makers, opinion formers, business community, listeners and all those who work or aspire to work in Radio and TV,” says CEO, Mr Yusuf Lule.
“We will, through an extensive programme of conferences, debates, master classes and other networking events, offer opportunities for everyone from the national networks to the individual pod-casters to discuss the broadcasting, production, marketing and promotion of Radio and Television.”
Through the same fora each year, RTV celebrates and rewards the best in the varying categories.
The Organising Committee is led by; Mr Yusuf Lule – Chairman/CEO, Mr Robert Sebatta – Vice Chairman, Ms Asha Kiberu– Organising Secretary, Mr Eugene Semujju – Promotions Manager who has a vast experience in organising big events in Uganda attained through his Employment at Nakivubo Stadium.
Here is the list of other nominees: http://www.rtvacademy.org/?p=986