Invitation to attend a panel discussion on the changing landscape of media in Kenya Courtesy of The Political Leadership & Governance Program Alumni Network and Daystar University

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A panel discussion on the changing landscape of media in Kenya

Where: Daystar University, Valley Road auditorium

When: Thursday 8 February 2018

Panelists: Henry Maina (Article 19), Victor Bwire (MCK), Hassan Kulundu (editor’s guild), Dr Nancy Booker (Aga Khan school of media studies), Catherine Gicheru (Code for Kenya), Prof Levi Obonyo (Dean, School of communication, Language & Performing Arts, Daystar University.

Organised by: Daystar University in partnership with Political Leadership & Governance Programme (PLGP) Alumni Network

To be broadcasted live on KTN News.

Brief

Media plays a key role in advancing democracy and Governance. In Kenya, the media has gone through turbulence in recent times starting with the period when the digital migration was effected. Recently 3 leading private TV stations were shut down by the government. How can the 4th estate navigate these waters to ensure that article 34 of the Constitution of Kenya is protected? How can the media steer the country into achieving SDGs?

Call Dannish Odongo, Chairman of the PLGP Alumni Network on 0720348865 for more information.

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