Kenya’s media landscape is fully liberalised and vibrant. Since the airwaves were liberalised in the 1990s, the number of television and radios stations has grown tremendously.
By 2012, and broadcasting will undergo major changes as the country migrates to digital broadcasting television. In addition, the industry is being shaped by the convergence of technologies, which has seen new media the mobile phone online emerge as new entertainment.
A rich field of players in television radio has created a vibrant communication market that attracts huge advertising.
In the print media, Kenya has five main stream dailies, six weekly newspapers hundreds of other alternative media dons. Several international dailies are avail able locally.