As promised we are bringing you a snapshot of who's who in African media circles. We are going to start with some companies first and then if time permits we shall highlight a few of the personalities behind these outfits. I did not know that there were so many different outfits in sub-Saharan Africa, the fact that there are so many means that I will not be able to list them here. So instead, we are going to go by region. In this post we are going to start with the East African region.
- Kiss FM (radio) is Kenya’s most listened to radio station. KISS is a new hits format station, playing the latest International Urban and Kenyan hits 24 hours a day.
- The Nation a news conglomerate featuring newspapers, radio, TV, online mediums. Brands include business, Uganda, Kenya, and a Sunday publication
- KTN (TV) the leading TV station in Kenya. It was established in 1989 as the first privately owned TV station in Kenya. KTN offers highly objective, credible, authoritative news coverage as well as world class local and international programmes.
- East African Standard offers news on local, regional, international, politics, business, and more. It is the leading oldest newspaper in Kenya started in 1902.
- Ugpulse.com a news, travel, and entertainment portal spanning Uganda.
- New Vision Uganda's leading daily newspaper.
- Weekly Observer breaking great stories for the dailies to follow up and championing analytical, factual and balanced reporting.
- New Times Rwanda's only daily.
- IPP Media Tanzanian news via radio, TV, and newspapers in English and Swahili.
- The Arusha Times weekly newspaper from Arusha, Tanzania covering the latest in local news-from society to business.
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