ZTV must improve its look

EDITOR — I think ZBC’s ZTV should just close shop because of its poor programming.

We are tired of watching the same programmes over and over again — is there no new material?

It is disappointing to watch the same movie several times  in a month as is the case on this station.

If it is not a repeated programme, it is blips and blunders such as poor picture quality or poor sound and that from a national broadcaster is not acceptable.

Even some of the presenters we see on ZTV are really strange, in particular, one for the weather report always looks as if he is ready to bolt for the door at the slightest sign of danger.

Some of the foul-mouthed presenters are always at pains to sound more Westernised than the other at the expense of quality programming.

Some of the English spoken by the presenters live on TV is atrocious.

Do not get me started on the way these presenters dress on national TV. I think you need new sponsors so that your presenters don’t look like they are poor or “vari kuenda kumombe (going to heard cattle)”.

You should copy from other channels the way they dress and maybe you will see that there is more to presenting than the actual presenting. You need to entice the audience by the way you look and present yourselves.

It is high time minister Jonathan Moyo intervenes in that aspect as well.

DJ

Comments (4)

No wonder they paid DSTV for the bosses they couldnt stand the shit they produce

Innocent Chokureva - 12 February 2014

No wonder they paid DSTV for the bosses they couldnt stand the shit they produce

Innocent Chokureva - 12 February 2014

No wonder they paid DSTV for the bosses they couldnt stand the shit they produce

Innocent Chokureva - 12 February 2014

So it must be worse than the last time I watched it. When I gave up on it I really though it was bad. The dressing u talked abt and the fake English accent could be because they dont think that anyone really watches the station

Tariro - 18 February 2014

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