Bishop Barham Rolls Out New Radio for Journalism Students


recipe geneva; font-size: small; font-weight: normal;”>The facility which cost the university over Shs 40m shall help students in media studies acquire practical skills.

While speaking at the launch of the Studio at the University, the Principal Prof. Manuel Muranga noted that “what had started as a dream for the institution had finally been realised.”

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He added: “We are thankful to the Almighty God for fulfilling this dream.”

Muranga said that the University looks forward to having the facility promote media studies in Kigezi region.

Speaking at the same function, Mr. Fredrick Kavuma, one of the lecturers of Mass Communication at the University, urged students to utilise the studio for their practical benefits.

He said that the facility will help students achieve all the stages of radio production- that is Pre-production, production and post-production while at school.


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