Over the course of several decades, the media landscape has shifted from broadcast to digital.
The term “broadcast media” is used to describe the different electronic means by which material, such as radio and television, is sent to an audience. Such media used a one-to-many approach, in which a single producer or broadcaster would address a wide audience via radio or television.
Digital media emerged as a new means of expression with the rise of the internet and the popularity of personal computers. The term “digital media” is used to describe any type of media that is both distributed and stored electronically. It’s simpler to share and distribute digital media than broadcast media, and it can be accessible to anyone with an internet connection.
Traditional broadcast media have shifted to a digital format as internet use and digital gadget adoption have increased. A great deal of print media, including periodicals and newspapers, has also made the transition to digital formats, joining the ranks of broadcast media.
As a whole, the transition from broadcast to digital has broadened and democratized the media landscape by making it easier for individuals and groups to produce and distribute their own content.
The full article has been written out by https://chat.openai.com/
Let’s describe it as it describes itself,.

    For obvious reasons I could have started with google and google advertising, in my humble opinion, that is now old tech…..

https://chat.openai.com/ is an AI trained to answer questions… 

 Hello! My name is Assistant, and I am a large language model trained by OpenAI. I am here to help answer your questions and provide information on a wide variety of topics. Please let me know if there is anything specific you would like to know or if you have any questions!

(I don’t think I will need google search after they fine-tune it) 

This Chat by Open I has eaten my radio:

My question: please create a script for a radio show for https://www.safaricom.co.ke/

Here is the answer:

Sure! Here is a sample script for a radio segment about Safaricom:

“Hello and welcome to our radio show! Today, we’re talking about Safaricom, one of the leading telecommunications companies in Kenya.

Safaricom was founded in 1997, and has since become a household name in Kenya, offering a range of services including mobile phone service, internet, and financial services through its M-Pesa platform.

Safaricom is known for its reliable network coverage and its commitment to innovation. In recent years, the company has introduced a number of new services and products, including the introduction of 4G internet and the launch of new smartphone models.

In addition to its core telecommunications services, Safaricom is also actively involved in corporate social responsibility initiatives, supporting a number of causes including education, health, and the environment.

If you’re a Safaricom customer, you can take advantage of the company’s wide range of services, including M-Pesa, which allows you to send and receive money, pay bills, and more, all from your mobile phone.

Thank you for tuning in to our radio show. We hope you learned something new about Safaricom and its offerings. We’ll be back with more interesting topics next time. Until then, stay safe and stay connected with Safaricom!”

and the same goes for equity bank and airtel Kenya

and if you think the ad mentions are flat… try placing the paragraph on


I ate your radio and talents….

Lets talk about voice overs later

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