How many media houses are in Kenya?
Mass media in Kenya includes more than 91 FM stations, more than 64 free to view TV stations, and an unconfirmed number of print newspapers and magazines.
How many people have TV in Kenya?
Number of pay TV households in Kenya 2014-2023. The timeline presents the number of pay TV households in Kenya from 2014 to 2018, and a forecast thereof until 2023. The number is expected to increase from 1.4 million in 2018 to 1.8 million in 2023.
How many newspapers are in Kenya?
|Official Country Name:||Republic of Kenya|
|Number of Nondaily Newspapers:||10|
|Circulation per 1,000:||6|
|Total Newspaper Ad Receipts:||1,280 (Kenyan Shilling millions)|
Which is the best TV station in Kenya?
Top 10 most watched TV stations in Kenya
How many viewers does Citizen TV have?
Citizen TV is the leader, where they gained 159,000 viewers to a total of 2.045 million viewers. KTN News was the second highest gainer where they gained 110,000 viewers to be 4th overall. KTN lost 34,000 viewers and fell one place to 3rd overall after 16th March 2019.
Which is the most listened radio station in Kenya?
Top 10 Radio Stations in Kenya in 2020 – Report
- According to the State of The Media Report 2020 released on Friday, December 18, Radio Citizen was the station with the highest listenership.
- The Royal Media Services-owned station had a market share of 19% followed by Radio Jambo at 14%.
How many newspapers are sold daily in Kenya?
Daily circulation is currently above 270,000 copies and as copies are often read by as many as ten or fifteen people, the actual readership is in excess of three million readers. The Daily Nation also maintains an excellent website at two million hits a day, which publishes many articles from the newspaper.
How many people read the Daily Nation?
|Founded||1958 as Taifa|
How many print publications are under the Nation Media Group?
In March 2016, NMG commissioned a new state-of-the art printing press on Mombasa Road in Nairobi. The new facility has capacity to print 86,000 newspapers per hour. It cost KSh2 billion (about US$20 million) and will print the dailies Daily Nation, Business Daily, Taifa Leo and the weekly The EastAfrican.