TANZANIA Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN) is committed to be the most preferred Media House capable of providing reliable service(s) country- wide and beyond in its print and online materials.
The remark was made at the African Reconnect Conference and Exhibition for women yesterday in Dar es Salaam by TSN Sales and Marketing Manager (SMM), Mr Januarius Ma- ganga, while opening the show, where the company presided over as one of the sponsors.
During the ongoing event being held at the APC Hotel and Conference Cen- tre in the City’s outskirt, Mr Maganga explained
how his institution was still addressing some transfor- mations in all its operations in terms of newspapers’ contents, online material and other services they are
“We are really com-
mitted and have organised ourselves for these trans- formations, we want to be a Media House which ev- eryone prefers in the case of media services offered in the country,” he further said.
He pointed out that TSN was currently doing a lot, besides publishing newspa- pers, hinting that the com- pany has been in the past year, organising business forums in the regions as a way of opening up more investment opportunities in the sites.
Mr Maganga noted that the plan was in line with the government’s agenda to make the country become industrialised, hence, they are simply making public the investment opportuni-
ties in the regions so that investors can spot and in- vest in them.
He mentioned some of the regions like Simiyu, Mwanza, Shinyanga, Tanga and Zanzibar, where they have organised forums with success.
“Preparations have be- gun for another forum in Arusha which is expected to kick off next week on May 24, at the Arusha In- ternational Conference Centre (AICC),” he tipped the participants.
Mr Maganga hinted that the company besides pub- lishing newspapers such as ‘Daily News’, ‘Sun- day News’, ‘HabariLeo’, ‘Habari Leo Jumapili’ and ‘SpotiLeo’, it was also do- ing consultancy work and producing documentaries, among others.