Graduate School of Media and Communications
Press freedom in Kenya has undergone significant changes over the past few decades. This resulted in a complex and evolving landscape, where the country boasts of a diverse and lively media landscape, with numerous newspapers, television and radio stations, and a growing online presence giving a credible impression of a plurality of perspectives and voices in the media. Further, the 2010 Kenyan Constitution is recognized as one of Africa‘s most progressive in terms of press freedom protections. It calls for an independent regulator – the Media Council of Kenya – to oversee the media and its standards and safeguard journalists‘ independence and safety.
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Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom
(2023). Policy paper media under pressure: The trouble with press freedom in Kenya. Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, 1-15.
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