The Standard Newspaper Change

The Standard newspaper is launching a new version of newspaper that is so colorful and attractive for its readers tomorrow. The daily magazines inside the newspaper have also been modified hence good for all readers.

The quote of 28th March, 2017.
The quote of 28th March, 2017.

The Kenya’s Bold Newspaper has taken a new step with its theme being; CHANGE. There are some good quotes from different scholars and African proverbs rotating around the theme. It is written in a half-cut page before the cover page and it is a red paper with white writings.

Half a page red paper with the quotes related to theme 'Change'. The theme is printed in yellow.
Half a page red paper with the quotes related to theme ‘Change’. The theme is printed in yellow.

This launching will run up to Sunday and vendors, those working in the various branch of the bureau and hired merchants will sell the new ‘The Standard’ newspaper. Most of the developed towns that sell the newspaper at a higher rate will be filled with people in red T-shirts written The Standard Newspaper. There will be entertainments in the road shows which will enable members of the public to be aware of what is going on.

Those who sell 20 newspaper and above, exception of the vendors, will be awarded some money. “We want a newspaper that a family can sit together and read without any discomfort. It is not going to be like The Nairobian newspaper,” the Kisumu Bureau Chief said.

Even though it has changed, the continent written will be the same however, it will be advanced. Change is good and it should accommodate the rising generation.

Other forms of media under the standard media group include; KTN News, KTN Home, Radio Maisha, The Nairobian, The Standard Digital.

Other forms of media in The Standard Media Group.
Other forms of media in The Standard Media Group.

Everything in the current society is changing hence things are also changing in order to accommodate everyone. This is a form of competition with other media houses that publishes newspapers in Kenya and within the eastern region of Africa.

University students, college students, and youths have also been considered as they will learn a lot to do with what concern them.

Owino Irene

Owino Irene

Irene Owino is a student in Moi University pursuing Linguistics Media and Communication. She also serves as one of the editors at Jubilant Stewards of Africa

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