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More than a quarter of Kenyans and Nigerians surveyed said they had shared stories that they knew were made up.
“Owaahh had this blog where readers come together around this internet fireplace. What if we made that fireplace a physical place? Would people actually show up to listen to history?” (The answer was yes.)
“At the start, we understand the intention of the show, and that’s to promote good governance and social justice in Kenya. So before each season begins, we have a list of issues that we feel are major things that we should address or highlight.”
“In the West, Cracked, BuzzFeed, and Mashable had really picked up steam. We couldn’t relate to the contents; we didn’t get the jokes. So we decided to create content for people like us.”
Ghafla won’t win any journalism awards any time soon, but it’s evidence that some of the revenue models pioneered by a few American outlets are finding uptake elsewhere. Sam Petulla
December 21, 2009
June 18, 2009