WORLD COSMOS is a fully integrated broad-based Entertainment and Enterprise group that aims to be a global leader in the creation, production, distribution, licensing and marketing of all forms of entertainment and their related businesses. The group currently comprises Four brands which are World Cosmos Entertainment, World Cosmos Advertising and World Cosmos Events group and My Storo ads, an influencer marketing agency.
Whatever you decide to do, be great!People with talent and passion can CHANGE the world, at World Cosmos; we work with the best talents much as we nature it and the most passionate teams in our projects to help realize our vision. Our vision is to lead Africa as CREATORS of great content that will drive CHANGE across Africa and through our work, INSPIRE generations time and again.
STATE OF THE KENYAN INDUSTRY
Despite Kenyan broadcasters having required to air 60% of local content, close the low standards of Kenyan content has been brought about by several factors among them is failure of Kenyan broadcasters to support growth of the local industry. Close none have made eﬀorts to reach the target. Most local broadcasters are at the forefront airing content from Nigeria, Tanzania, Philippines, Mexico, India, US, South Africa (not in order) leaving out Kenyan content as a result our content gets close to no exposure leaving artists, makers out to dry. The government on the other hand much as it has put in some eﬀorts to promote the local industry like the 60% local content rule is not doing enough to enforce the rule. Bodies like Kenya ﬁlm classiﬁcation board are time and again making growth of the industry by coming up with policies that curb rather than nature or promote the local industry which is what the industry needs. The low standards of Kenyan content has been brought about by several factors among them is failure of Kenyan broadcasters to support growth of the local industry. Having more of foreign content on our screens makes it very diﬃcult even for the audience to appreciate local content because of constant exposure to foreign material. Developed industries, like Nollywood have their content put ahead of outside content from music to ﬁlms. Nigerian TV besides news have specialized stations in the English Afro-Films, Yoruba ﬁlms, Hausa.. Among others. Kenya has over 50 TV stations which do close to nothing