By William Osoro | 9 months ago
After President Uhuru Kenyatta’s directive to have royalties collection and disbursement centralised in a National Rights Registry, a storm is brewing
By Stevens Muendo | 1 year ago
The announcement was a fulfillment of the President's directive in January this year
By Njambi Mungai | 1 year ago
The President’s raft of proposals in his wide-ranging speech proposed a seemingly attractive directive by the Government to make music lucrative
By Mkala Mwaghesha and Elvis Ogina | 1 year ago
There were claims that a British firm had exclusive rights to the National Anthem.
By Moses Michira
MCSK is the oldest and biggest artistes’ body that is mandated to collect royalties on behalf of members
By Steven Kisuli Muendo
Last week, the Kenya Copyright Board (Kecobo) refused to renew the Music Copyright Society of Kenya license after the latter’s failure to comply with laid-down regulations- all happening at a time Kecobo has started a series of stakeholders’ forums to discuss collective management regulations, writes MARGARET NGENYA
By Margaret Ngenya
The Kenya Copyright Board (Kecobo) is willing to review the Music Copyright Society of Kenya's (MCSK) revoked permit.
By Lonah Kibet
Top artistes, among them Churchill, Frasha and Victor Mbuvi, graced the event that saw speakers praise Machawood (Machakos) as the new entertainment centre for film, media, music and the arts in the country.
By Stevens Muendo
By Njambi Mungai
By Alfayo Onyango
By Davis Muli
By Peris Wambugu
By Kirsten Kanja
By Dayan Masinde
By Jacqueline Mahugu
By Fay Ngina
By Diana Anyango
By Solomon Koko and Vincent Kejitan
By Solomon Koko
By Vincent Kejitan
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