Is This The END of MAINA KAGENI and MWALIMU KING’ANG’I???? Here Is Why They Will NO LONGER BE ON AIR



A recent Good Taste and Decency Survey by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) sought to gauge the current attitudes and perceptions of the Kenyan society on what constitutes good taste and decency in broadcasting.

The results of the study show that 66 per cent and 46 per cent of radio and TV audiences respectively find offensive content being broadcast in the media with greater concerns being the ability of media to influence children who may easily imitate them. 

A majority of the audience also indicated that call­-in programmes are notorious for s3'xually expl1cit content, strong language, and intrusion into private lives. It is in this regard that many observers are keenly watching how some radio stations that have in the past thrived on such topics to draw in listeners will navigate the new regime that would be ushered in by the coming into force of the Programming Code on..... 
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