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Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with Producer and Mediae.org Director and Co-founder David Campbell

Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with Producer and Mediae.org... ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Ben Stringer Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Faculty of Architecture, University of Westminster, London, UK Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with b.stringer@westminster.ac.uk Producer and Mediae.org Director and David Campbell Mediae, Nairobi, Kenya Co-founder David Campbell Keywords: villages, East Africa, media, television, Ben Stringer in Conversation with David education, drama Campbell Makutano Junction is an “edutainment” soap opera made for local television (TV) stations in Kenya and other East African countries. The show is about a fictional peri-urban village and the people who live in it. The program is made in Kenya, but was devised and is produced by Mediae, a UK based company Volume 5/Issue 1 that works with the support and collaboration of some major Kenyan and March 2017 international non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Mediae was founded pp 99–113 by the producers David Campbell and Kate Lloyd Morgan. Since it began DOI: 10.1080/20507828. 2017.1292754 broadcasting in 2007 Makutano Junction has become one of the most popular shows on Kenyan TV; currently around 8 million viewers watch it No potential conflict of interest was reported by the every week, which is about 20 percent of the country’s entire population. author. Mediae have created a small stable of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with Producer and Mediae.org Director and Co-founder David Campbell

Architecture and Culture , Volume 5 (1): 15 – Jan 2, 2017

Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with Producer and Mediae.org Director and Co-founder David Campbell

Architecture and Culture , Volume 5 (1): 15 – Jan 2, 2017

Abstract

ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Ben Stringer Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Faculty of Architecture, University of Westminster, London, UK Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with b.stringer@westminster.ac.uk Producer and Mediae.org Director and David Campbell Mediae, Nairobi, Kenya Co-founder David Campbell Keywords: villages, East Africa, media, television, Ben Stringer in Conversation with David education, drama Campbell Makutano Junction is an “edutainment” soap opera made for local television (TV) stations in Kenya and other East African countries. The show is about a fictional peri-urban village and the people who live in it. The program is made in Kenya, but was devised and is produced by Mediae, a UK based company Volume 5/Issue 1 that works with the support and collaboration of some major Kenyan and March 2017 international non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Mediae was founded pp 99–113 by the producers David Campbell and Kate Lloyd Morgan. Since it began DOI: 10.1080/20507828. 2017.1292754 broadcasting in 2007 Makutano Junction has become one of the most popular shows on Kenyan TV; currently around 8 million viewers watch it No potential conflict of interest was reported by the every week, which is about 20 percent of the country’s entire population. author. Mediae have created a small stable of

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2050-7836
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2050-7828
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10.1080/20507828.2017.1292754
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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Ben Stringer Makutano Junction: A Village Soap Faculty of Architecture, University of Westminster, London, UK Opera for Kenyan TV. An Interview with b.stringer@westminster.ac.uk Producer and Mediae.org Director and David Campbell Mediae, Nairobi, Kenya Co-founder David Campbell Keywords: villages, East Africa, media, television, Ben Stringer in Conversation with David education, drama Campbell Makutano Junction is an “edutainment” soap opera made for local television (TV) stations in Kenya and other East African countries. The show is about a fictional peri-urban village and the people who live in it. The program is made in Kenya, but was devised and is produced by Mediae, a UK based company Volume 5/Issue 1 that works with the support and collaboration of some major Kenyan and March 2017 international non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Mediae was founded pp 99–113 by the producers David Campbell and Kate Lloyd Morgan. Since it began DOI: 10.1080/20507828. 2017.1292754 broadcasting in 2007 Makutano Junction has become one of the most popular shows on Kenyan TV; currently around 8 million viewers watch it No potential conflict of interest was reported by the every week, which is about 20 percent of the country’s entire population. author. Mediae have created a small stable of

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Published: Jan 2, 2017

Keywords: villages; East Africa; media; television; education; drama

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