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‘Future of journalism is video’: Chimpreports founder Muhame

Ten years ago, an ambitious and daring Giles Muhame started an online platform at Makerere University. The platform’s main idea was to bring news in real-time. Initially, the online platform struggled as the audience was still rigid, preferring traditional modes of news consumption such as radio, print, and television.


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  by: Andrew Arinaitwe
  13-Jun-21

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Fostering Media Viability beyond the global crisis

One of the most significant impacts of the pandemic has been the dramatic shift in the global digital landscape and digital business. Africa’s media industry needs vision, innovation, transformation, collaboration, and adaptability to develop agile business models.


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  by: Eva Georgia
  08-Jun-21

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Vital lessons Kenyan press can learn from Swedish media

Kenya’s media still struggles with undue political interference as evidenced by sporadic harassment from government, coupled with economic constraints that have recently been amplified by the effects of the ongoing global pandemic


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  by: Joy Kibarabara
  06-Jun-21

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Debunk Media: We head into the future of journalism with skills to serve an essential need

Debunk Media, a platform for explanatory journalism wants young Africans to understand how big events in their environments affect them and why those events are important to them… It wants to show them the little dots and the invisible lines that join these events.


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  by: Peter Oduor
  01-Apr-21

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Gender agenda: a reflection of the hurdles women in media face

The changing dimensions and presentation of the challenges facing women in the newsroom and the media as a whole call for a dynamic approach by women, gender and general human rights activists.


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  by: Judie Kaberia
  31-Mar-21

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The pandemic: A mirror moment for the media in East Africa

Almost all newsrooms, big and small, have had their operations severely affected by the devastating disruption wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic leading to loss of hundreds of jobs. Worse still, revenue sources for broadcast and print publications have shrunk as businesses collapse.


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  by: Dickens Olewe
  30-Mar-21

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Media Viability: ‘Success is more than clicks and profit’

Job cuts, pay cuts, content reduction and closures – that is what many media outlets are currently facing. Some blame digitalization and the coronavirus pandemic. But could it be that they got their priorities wrong in the first place?


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  by: Nadine Jurrat
  29-Mar-21

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Why media freedom is still a mirage in Eastern Africa

Freedom of the media is the cornerstone of a just and democratic society to promote socio-economic and political developments even though Eastern African countries fashion the independence for the sake of complying with international obligations.  


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  by: Erick Oduor
  28-Mar-21

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