Over the past several months, Media Policy Research Centre (MPRC) undertook an elaborate research process under the theme 'Exploring Kenya's Media Policy Landscape 1963-2013'. The goal of the research was to produce a series of working papers that explore the media policy environment over the half century since Kenya gained independence. In parallel, MPRC also undertook a study on the State of the Media in Kenya. This study benchmarked the development of the mass media in Kenya and will be updated annually. It is particularly important during this period of multiple transitions-devolution, digital migration, regionalization, globalization and development of an enabling framework for the operations of media all of which affect the media.
It is on this background that Go Sheng Services team members Duncan Ogweno and Nancy Gicharu were invited to present on the impact of Digital migration, and what it meant to the youth audience, provision of content and future methods of delivery to these audiences. You can view the presentation here.See all news
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