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Cold Wàr Between Media Council And Journalists’ Welfare Officials Boils Over

The bad PR between MCK, the media industry regulator, on one side, and the Kenya Editors Guild (KEG), a professional body bringing together editors, and the Kenya Union of Journalists (KUJ), on the other, has set former journalists who now work for MCK up against former colleagues heading these two organisations.

Sh100 Million Boost for Small Radio and TV Stations

Challenges brought about by Covid-19 have strained media houses and the grant will reach more than 129 community radio and 25 TV stations.

Former Newspaper Editor Picked to Head Media Council

The Council comes into office at a time when Media Council is rolling out a Strategic Plan that aims at achieving milestone goals for the media regulator.

Former Editors Lead Race for Top Media Council Job

The selection panel has also shortlisted 38 individuals for the position of MCK board member

People Daily managing editor Maina Muiruri quits

The People Daily newsroom has been left in shock and brewing tension after the sudden resignation today of Maina Muiruri, the newspaper's Managing Editor....

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