Kevin Mulei, the Founder of M0Sound, an event planning, production, and management company based in Kenya with operations across East and Central Africa has just launched a new radio station called NRG (Energy) Radio.
NRG Radio which was launched over a week ago is offering a unique service blending of radio, digital and social experience that fuels energy – the first of its kind in the region.
NRG Radios boasts of a new wave of radio technology including a modern production room, control rooms and 3 state-of-the-art IP-based studios with visual integration consisting of equipment from German technical pioneer, Lawo, with the ability to stream live videos from the studio to any Content Distribution Network or Social Media and other platforms.
The launch of NRG Radio preceded Kenya’s biggest jump-off party, dubbed #NRGwave which took place on 31st December at Wild Waters Mombasa.
MoSound founded in 2004 runs several divisions within the umbrella company; MoSound Events focuses on event production, management, creative and planning activities; Concert Systems focusses sound, lighting, audio-visual effects and power while Daylight Screens deals with indoor and outdoor LED screens, creative screen setups and rental and permanent installations. Lastly, Groove Media plans and runs East Africa biggest gospel awards show- Groove Awards.
MoSound also runs M-Studio, a production & film service division that offers outside broadcasting, Tv commercials and documentaries production, photography and event production.
The entrepreneur has gained success through his premier company – MoSound which has become the regional leader in event management and production, provision of high quality audio-visual equipment for any kind of event including festivals, conferences, ceremonies, formal parties, concerts, conventions, product launches and many more and in 2016, MoSound was chosen to handle the technical aspects during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Nairobi that graced by President Barack Obama in Nairobi.