My HOOD My ESTATE
Category: Non-fiction television Episodes. CONCEPT: 45 Minutes TV Magazine Programme that focuses on the Real estate: Land, Housing, Interior finishing and Decor, Landscaping, Agricultural Investments in Uganda and the East Africa Region. Topics: There will be 48 episodes in a year ranging from identifying a plot, house, rates, building, bargain buys on finishes and furniture, decor to advise on various facilities; Mortgages, Planning, etc. Airing Time: On Sunday at 7.30p. m. once a week with TWO possible, repeat in the same week. Target Age group: 18 and above English speaking both Men and Women. Audience type and lifestyle: People from all walks of life i.e. Senior Citizens; Young professionals, those from the Diaspora and the business community.
THE EVERYDAY WOMAN
Category: Non-fiction television Episodes. CONCEPT: 45 minutes TV programme, that will show the plight that an everyday woman faces as they seek to overcome adversities from their past. The programme allows women from all walks of life to break their silence and free themselves from their past. The programme will give the viewer an invitation into the lives of women facing abuse in homes, teen girls struggling with peer pressure and addiction to narcotics or abuse of prescription drugs, with the adult woman with issues of sexual harassment in the workplace by their immediate supervisors, which stand in the way of a much-deserved promotion. Target Audience: Women between 15 and 55 Years from the Low Middle Income to High-Income Bracket. Airing Time: On Sunday at 3.30pm once a week with TWO possible, repeats midweek
COOK WITH THE STARS
Category: Non-fiction television Episodes. CONCEPT: 30-minute cookery programme, that, celebrates the finest local and international cuisine prepared by Mark Kaheru-the master chef with a celebrity guest or an influential figure from the society. The dish of the day will be the Chefs choice and the programme will have either the same dish of the day or a dish from any region of the country or even international cuisine for those viewers who have affluent tastes. “All intentions are to teach a common man how to cook in a simple manner.” Target Market: English speaking men and women who appreciate fine cooking and exquisite cuisine as well as Ugandans who want to learn a thing or two about cooking or those who simply want to polish up their skills.
Category: Non-fiction television Episodes. CONCEPT: 45 minutes men talk show programme focusing on society and community-related issues that affect a common person’s everyday lifestyle. The information that most people are not aware of but should be. It captures the snapshots of those who work hard, live largely, and inspire those around them to work harder. This is intended to fix the community challenges by allowing them to take a leap into self-potentials. It also has the punch of high-class comedy that disgorges from the intellectual debates of the panel. Topics; weekly and deliberate come out to scout the community and explore the lifestyle of every common person that will then form a subject discussion by the panel. Target Market: 16 to 45 years of age, up-to-the-minute, upwardly achieving, hardworking or lazy and likes to follow but faces real challenges of life.
XXL TV PROGRAMME
Category: Non-fiction television Episodes. Concept: A 30 Min high energy was driven cosmopolitan television programme that focuses on East Africa’s showbiz, information & corporate entities with success stories igniting our passion for aspiring to the same heights in business as we positively influence the communities in which we operate. The programme stretches from covering the East African politics, leadership, community issues, music scene,fashion, the interior design industry, corporate executives, brands of repute, spiritual leaders, creative writers and designers, print editors, socialites, sports personalities and events. Even this list does not capture all the possible candidates that can be featured on the programme. The programme is purely content driven.
TALK TO UGANDA
Category: Non-fiction television Episodes. CONCEPT: The “Talk to Uganda” platform exists to allow individuals to speak to the country as a whole. The platform assumes that there are many opinions on the domestic and global communities about Uganda that Ugandans will never ordinarily get to hear; opinions about how Ugandans on one hand perceive themselves and how on the other the world perceives them.