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KTN Investigations Editor Announces Departure as Continuity Questions Linger

The respected journalist has wasted little time acclimatizing to his new surroundings

NTV Bans Premier League Coverage in Row With FKF

Incensed, NMG declared that the company would not restore cross-platform coverage of the league until normalcy returned in how journalists were treated.

How Matiba was pushed into launching own newspaper

Shortly after the first multiparty elections of 1992, he sent his aide with an advertiser’s message to be placed in a national newspaper to express his rejection of Moi’s victory but it was rejected

Behold, Airtel TV: Telco Launches Streaming App

Airtel TV is not subscription based and will be free for Airtel users

NMG’s Nairobi News Tabloid Dies Before It’s First Birthday

Nairobi News, the newest publication from Nation Media Group launched to counter Standard’s Nairobian in the sleazy tabloid segment, has been closed down.The newspaper,...

Private media firms’ win in digital broadcast case offers fresh page

NAIROBI - Kenya’s migration to digital broadcasting has been thrown back to the drawing board after the Supreme Court reversed the Court of Appeal’s...

Kenya’s Most Popular Radio Stations Aren’t the Noisiest

The trend proves how powerful vernacular radio stations have become not only in attracting audiences but also driving public agenda and advertising revenues for media houses.

Two writers fired as Business Daily corruption purge begins

Business Daily’s top editor has lived up to his promise of rooting out journalists he believes to be compromised by news sources.Today, two writers...

After Receiving Millions, Hard Part Begins For Sacked Mediamax Employees

After waiting for two weeks, sacked Mediamax Network Ltd employees finally had a reason to smile when they started receiving their dues last week....

Fresh Round of Retrenchment at Standard Claims Top Editor’s Job

Media grim reaper strikes again. This time at Standard Group where retrenchments are becoming all too frequent