It all started as a filmworkshop in february 2006, where 6 young people from the korogocho slum in Nairobi, Kenya wanted to learn about moviemaking.
The Norwegian freelance filmworker, Richard A. Sveen, was through different incidential happenings put into contact with the freelance researcher Mariana Cifuentes, who works together with an organisation called "miss koch":http://www.misskoch.org/
After some weeks with occational training-sessions and lessons without any equipment, we decided that we needed a place to stay and some equipment to train on. Film equipment is expencive, so we started playing around with the idea of a community radio.
We had brainstormings on how to do this and we started proposing for funds.
After some weeks we got answers from different Norwegian organisations and private people. And first things on the budget was 2 containers, power-line and 2 computers.
We got the funding and started the hard work to build the small media house of our dreams.
The 24th of june this feature was aired prime time on "NTV":http://www.nationmedia.com/ntv/about.htm