City County Public Health Officers Dennis Tallam (opening the tap) and Joshua Kimeu (in the middle) accompanied by KIMC officials during an inspection tour of the Institution’s Covid-19 .

Far right, KIMC Staff washing their hands at one of the several established hand washing stations. This is in compliance with steps the institution has put in place ahead of schools opening on 4th of January 2021

About KIMC

The Kenya Institute of Mass Communication (KIMC) was established in 1961 and was named as the then Voice of Kenya Training School.

Its main purpose was to train electronic engineering and technicians for the then, Kenya Broadcasting Service (KBS), that was later rebranded in 1962 as the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). KBC was then nationalized in 1964, and changed its brand to Voice of Kenya (VOK).

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Reporting daates

Admisson of All First years (new students): 13th -15th January 2021
  1. Media Production Centre
  2. Facilities
  3. Adverts & Downloads
  4. Students E- Resources

This is a commercial arm of the institute that offers services to external clients in order to generate revenue to support training activities. The services offered by the centre include:

  • Film/ video production services which include: location filming; editing; dubbing.
  • Printing services which include: magazines; newsletters; calendars; booklets; posters; fact sheets.
  • Equipment hiring.
  • Computer Labs
  • Library
  • Dark Rooms
  • Tv and Radio Studio