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Media firm to pay Sh100m to disruptive developers

The firm says it will run a unique idea developer contest to  find the most creative, powerful and useful ideas on media, advertising and education that integrate content into their business model

Court tightens the noose on Jeff Koinange

A magistrate court has, for the second time, issued a warrant of arrest against media personality Jeff Koinange for failing to appear in court.The...

Multichoice Unveils EURO 2020 Games Line-Up For DStv, GOtv Viewers

MultiChoice has announced an exciting coverage line-up for the UEFA Euro 2020. With the kickoff of the highly anticipated EURO 2020 games set to...

Safaricom shakes up digital TV with internet

The switch to digital broadcast left players in the set-top box business thinking of better solutions to capture the thriving market. The BigBox is...

SuperSport Gears Up For The 2022 FIFA World Cup

SuperSport viewers on DStv and GOtv will be counting down the days to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, with the tournament set to run from 21 November to...

SuperSport Bags 2022 FIFA World Cup Pay TV rights

All 64 matches of the FIFA World Cup 2022™, to be held in Qatar, will be broadcast live on SuperSport after the World of Champions...

KBC faces revenue freeze as employees down tools

Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) staff strike began this morning, disrupting normal programming at the state-broadcaster and setting it up for huge losses in advertising.Radio...

Citizen TV Presenter Strings Together Secrets and Lies in New Telenovela

Eloquence on air is not presenter's only talent

Linus Kaikai faces disciplinary action for ejecting MP from TV interview

Nation Media Group's Broadcasting Manager Linus Kaikai is tonight fighting for his survival at the region's biggest media house.Business Today has exclusively learnt that...

Film Veteran to Host MultiChoice Talent Factory Masterclass

The masterclass series will see Ken Kaplan in conversations with formidable professionals in Africa’s film and TV industry.