Report by Aga Khan University’s Media Innovation Centre analyses the country’s millennials and digital natives’ media consumption habits.
The partnership will also ensure that local content is curated and distributed to better optimize the product and meet the needs of Kenyan online users.
The two reports examine policy towards misinformation in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report highlights trends in the types of devices used for news consumption, as well as access and trust data for individual outlets in Kenya.
The GFMD MediaDev Fundraising Guide is designed to help anyone seeking funding for media development or journalism support projects.
Put in context, it is safe to argue that the plural media in Kenya could be in the business of reaching the audience and not necessarily serving this audience with public interest, local news.
This animated explainer offers media managers, journalists, consultants and scholars a brief look into the Media Viability concept.
Media Viability is arguably the biggest challenge facing the media industry today. It is a complex and dynamic concept with different interpretations. To those who some see it as an economic or finance sustainability issue, media viability is all about money.
Meet the founders of Ludique Works. The media start-up was part of the first cohort of the Innovators-in-Residence-Program.
Towards Understanding News and Information Inequalities. By Hesbon Hansen Owilla, Njoki Chege, Alex Awiti and Caleb Orwa.
The African Media Barometer delivers a home-grown analysis of the media landscape in Tanzania.