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Why radio is still king in changing media landscape

FINANCIAL STANDARD

While the number of mobile phones in the country has increased exponentially, radio as a source of entertainment and communication has been retained.

Why radio is still king in changing media landscape

By Graham Kajilwa | 2 months ago

Why radio is still king in changing media landscape

Why radio is still king in changing media landscape

While the number of mobile phones in the country has increased exponentially, radio as a source of entertainment and communication has been retained.

Graham Kajilwa | 2 months ago

Poor quality content hurting radio stations

The media have achieved independence since the late 1980s, the remaining challenge is quality

William Ogonda | 8 months ago

FM stations halt service over debt

According to station managers of Tana FM and Amani FM, the county has not paid for services offered despite pleas for them to pay.

Hassan Barisa | 8 months ago

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