By Isma'il Haruna
The Chairman of Qausain TV, Alhaji Nasir Musa Idris also known as Albanin Agege explains the reason why his TV station went into partnership with BBC Hausa to share content, was because BBC is leading the best quality, good research and professionalism in the whole world.
Nasir Musa Idris disclose this in a special interview with BBC Hausa during an official visit to the headquarters in London United Kingdom recently.
Nasir said, Qausain TV whose started airing it's programs on Eutelsat 16 A Satelillte since 1st October last year, opt for BBC partnership to strategies their programs for more target audience which already Qausain TV is becoming popular for unique styles that many TV stations lacks for.
"We started airing as i said earlier, and people are enjoying watching us. We are broadcasting news, reports, politics, entertainments, culture and religious as well."
"More interestingly about us is how we broadcasts in three major languages. We yielded Hausa 70 percent while English and Arabic has 15 percent each," he added.
When asked on the challenges the new station is facing, he said of course, their major challenges are the running cost including diesel, low internet accessibility and the lack of advertisements that are making the production more difficult.
Adding that the company spending a lot of money on daily basis in order to sustain the target audience. But promised that the more advertisements keeps coming, the more their programs would keeps satisfying the audience more and more.