Switch TV's ChatSpot Show Makes Grand Return (Video)

Back like it never left.

By  | Jul 07, 2022, 08:45 AM  | Top of The

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Switch TV's ChatSpot Show, one programs that helped the station to grow its audience, is finally back after a 7-month hiatus.

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The media house, through its social media channels, revealed that the show was back  and will air on YouTube every Thursday at 10:00 am.

The show, which reviews trending topics, highlights the latest gossip and things that happened in the entertainment scene, will be hosted by Joyce Maina, Nana Owiti and Mary Mwikali.

"Guys are you ready? Drum roll please? The certified tea mistresses @nanaowiti @joycemaina and @mwikalimary are back on your favorite show. Who did you miss? Let’s meet this and every Thursday at 10:00 am for #ChatSpot on Switch TV Ke YouTube. Don’t miss,” the announcement stated.

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Fans of the show could not hide their excitement after the receiving the news since most of them thought that Switch TV had pulled the plug on it when it ceased on-air broadcast in December 2021.

During the last show that aired on December 30, 2021, Nana fought back tears as she bid their fans goodbye.

The mother of two revealed that she joined Switch TV when she was green and thanked the media house for the knowledge that it had imparted to her.

"I came here very green and Switch TV took me in and taught me and even the people here are family, we live like a family and whenever anyone has a sort of event we flock there and support each other," she stated.

Nana also noted that hosting the ChatSpot show gave her a lot of exposure and thanked her fans for the support that they have given her through the years.

"I got a lot of exposure here and I've grown from the small Nana Owiti and so many people I meet on the streets are like, 'I know you, you are part of the three girls on ChatSpot'.

Thank you so much for the overwhelming support that you've given us towards the growth of this station," she added.

The ChatSpot show had been suspended following a decision by Switch TV to cease on-air broadcast.

In a statement that was released on Friday, December 10, the company Chairman Sahil Shah explained that they will be focusing on the digital space going forward.

He noted that Switch Media decided to fully transition to the audio-visual and digital space in line with market demands.

Shah also divulged that they will be launching new and exciting services and products as they expand int the digital space. 

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