Kidman Keseat – A Saturday evening infotainment show with magazine design; a way of life, lunchtime visitor, book survey, music, cooking portion, and some more. It is nothing unexpected book recordings are acquiring such countless adherents; an arrangement can stay aware of the speed of the present society, winning the continuous skirmish of individuals’ time, consideration, and persistence.
Really fulfilling, book recordings can furnish the audience with another measurement to their understanding experience while keeping up with the peruser’s elucidating creative mind. Amharic books didn’t have the stage to have an appropriate expertly described sound rendition until the Teraki application chose to make it ready.
Teraki is an Ethiopian sound streaming stage that primarily centers around book recordings and other useful and engaging sound substances, for example, webcasts and public broadcasts. It was brought about by two youthful excited business visionaries Nahom Tsegaye and Abel Engida, a PC engineer and a planner.
In the wake of noticing the appeal for writing and other sound substances, for example, digital recordings and public broadcasts, they chose to do their part in giving those in the most open way. “Ethiopian creators and sound substance makers were confronting hardships making practical income.