The Star (Nairobi)

27 November 2012

Kenya: SK Blue to Launch SMS Service

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Gospel singer SK Blue.

Tomorrow, Gospel singer SK Blue will launch an SMS service for his company, Sakata Media. Dubbed Sakata Mobi, it is working as a premium rate service provider that provides recorded information for subscribers of a network or live conversation for callers.

These services will be channelled through SMS short codes or special numbers leased by network operators to PRS providers.They can also be used for short-term promotions or campaigns.

SK whose real name is Samuel Kuria is the co-founder of Sakata media that runs an audio production studio and a video editing outfit that has worked with a number of artistes including Juliani, Daddy Owen, Esther Wahome, Jimmy Gait, Cannibal and DNG. He is also a co-host for the K24 gospel TV show dubbed Gospel Garage.

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