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Press freedom in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda: what journalists have to say about doing their jobs

A majority of the world’s population has experienced a decline in press freedom in recent years, according to a UN report. In east Africa, the...

ALIKIBA LAUNCHES HIS NEW MEDIA STATION. “CROWN MEDIA”

Ali Saleh Kiba (Conceived 29 November 1986), most popular as Ali Kiba or incidentally as king Kiba, is a Tanzanian musician and lyricist....

Social media is being misused in Kenya’s political arena. Why it’s hard to stop it

By George Ogola The information landscape in Africa – as elsewhere in the world – has expanded exponentially over the last decade. The proliferation of...

From advertising blackmail to physical threats, Kenya’s journalists are under attack – but they must also regain public trust

By George Ogola In recent months, Kenyan journalists have been harassed, intimidated and attacked by government officials, politicians and members of the public. George Ogola, a professor of media industries,...

Digital media eat into radio listenership in Kenya

By KABUI MWANGI Radio listenership in Kenya has taken a hit, courtesy of accelerated digitisation of media, dropping from an audience base of 92 percent...

The Social Media Dilemma.

At the heart of this exploration lies the intricate mechanisms that underpin social media platforms and their algorithms. These systems are purposefully designed to...

Youth Future Lab’s Quest for Impact: Embracing World Radio Day 2024

Introduction: As UNESCO takes the stage to host World Radio Day on February 14, 2024, Youth Future Lab, a dedicated NGO focusing on youth empowerment...

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