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ConversationsAtTheMiC: Business, Media and IP Law

Twitter Spaces

Liz Lenjo walks us through business law, media law and intellectual property law for start-ups. A crucial element in understanding the various elements of the law and how to stay on the safe side of the law.

African Innovation Stories: A Trilogy

Online Online, Nairobi, Kenya

This webinar will seek to share the vision of what is possible when African innovators tell their own stories and use storytelling in their work.

Innovation Community Training Curriculum: Media Business Models

As the media industry struggles for survival, sustainability and viability, media entities are devising new business models and business strategies that can mitigate the current threat of revenue losses and job cuts. Traditional media houses and emerging media startups are exploring a variety of business models, each with its strengths, weaknesses and risks. In this […]

Launch Of The State Of Innovation And Media Viability In East Africa Report

Online Online, Nairobi, Kenya

The Media Futures East Africa Project, jointly implemented by the Aga Khan University's Graduate School of Media and Communications and DW Akademie, set out to investigate the state of innovation and media viability in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The research was conducted in two phases. The first phase studied the ecosystem - the political, economic, […]

EAST Festival 2022

MCI MCI Media Hub, Tirupati Mall, Kabalagala, Kampala, Uganda

The EAST festival will celebrate redefined roles of journalism in the region, interrogate media structures and routines in the wake of the complex and disrupted media ecology and explore the emergent storytelling that innovatively involve communities..

Fact Checking Training

Debunk Uganda MCI Media Hub, Tirupati Mall, Kabalagala, Kampala, Uganda

Learn how to identify and verify information in your day-to-day life.

UTanzania Ni Nini Launch

ONA Stories , Tanzania, United Republic of

Utanzania will provide Tanzanians with a journalistic deep dive into the idea of what ‘Tanzanianess’ means and paint a picture of the diverse cultures in Tanzania through Music (Singeli), Clothing (Kaunda Suit), and Language (Kiswahili).