When you own a TV in the slums of Nairobi, you are sure of a busy social life. With a lot of neighbors visiting you to watch the news or a movie. Or a small room, a TV, a big disk on the roof and a board showing the day’s line up is what it takes to get into business. For Daniel cable TV is a business, for the viewers it is entertainment, education and socializing. Because slum residents buy the cheaper TV’s also Fundi wa TV – the TV repairman – is a popular career in the slums. Your reporter is Beryl Omunga.