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NTV’s Larry Madowo steals the show by hosting KTN’s JK Live

NTV News Anchor Larry Madowo pulled a first one in TV broadcasting yesterday when he briefly presented a talkshow on rival station KTN.Mr Madowo,...

Tell-Em loses key account manager to USIU

Ms Jackline Chirchir (pictured above) has left Tell-Em Public Relations East Africa, the communications agency owned by Mr Mutahi Kagwe, former Information and Communication...

Dutch Grand Prix Returns To Formula 1 Calendar After 36 Years

Viewers on DStv can look forward to the 13th round of the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship, the Dutch Grand Prix, live from Circuit...

Citizen is King, but Kenyans Are Dumping TV – Media Council

It explored consumption habits across TV and radio as well as print. Unsurprisingly, Royal Media Services-owned Citizen TV topped the list of the most watched TV stations. It was mentioned by 78% of respondents.

Amina Abdi and Fareed Khimani set for 1st radio marathon in...

If they hack the 28-hour feat, the duo will clock half the world record

Photo competition with Ksh400,000 reward

Agility, one of the world's leading providers of integrated logistics, has launched a global photo competition to highlight the success of emerging Africa and...

‘Classic’ Churchill Show Set for Grand NTV Return After Long Absence

Some of the top comedians expected to perform at the event include MC Jessy, MCA Tricky, Mammito, Captain Otoyo, Jemutai and Terrence Creative.

Major b**w for KTN as John Allan-Namu resigns

KTN has suffered a major blow after Special Projects Editor John Allan Namu resigned in a huff. Mr Namu, who doubled as a news...

Mutahi Ngunyi reveals Nkaissery k*****s in controversial video

Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi is in trouble with the government over his claims that Interior Cabinet Secretary was assassinated. And this has set the...

Top Radio Stations in Tight Battle for Nairobi Listeners

Radio Citizen and Radio Maisha are the most popular stations nationally, followed by Radio Jambo, while Classic 105 leads in Nairobi.