CRTV Launches a new Talk Show which will eventually replace  prestigious Morning Safari program. Since this giant media organ had a new management, there has been a series of positive changes. Some months back CRTV informed it tele-viewers on their mission to include six more English channels in an effort to provide tele-viewers a variety of programs and keep them  more engaged. CRTV  recently launched  DAY BREAK talk show  to replace the renowned morning MORNING SAFARI program.

The national station’s decision to replace the favourite MORNING SAFARI talk show comes alongside that of M’ ACCOMPAGNE, a similar version aired in French. It’s worth noting that Morning Safari has been rated by many as CRTV‘s most popular English Language radio talk show.

The new talk show, DAY BREAK  shall run from 4:30 a.m. to 6 a.m. while LA MATINEE DE LA CRTV(replacing M’ ACCOMPAGNE) will begin airing from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. starting on Monday, September 19, 2016.

The Central  Director for Radio, Alain Belibi confirms that both programs that are news oriented will have a presenter each. However, as part of the innovation, several topics will be handled on the programs daily instead of just one while experts in several fields will be invited every day.

Day Break talk show shall handle topics of national interest in the domains of politics  health, culture, economy, commerce, technology, education and religions amongst others.

It is also worth noting that changes will be experienced at the level of TV broadcasts. cOn Television the TV breakfast show HELLO has been christened HELLO CAMEROON and BONJOUR, BONJOUR LE CAMEROUN.





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