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Media Council of Kenya
The Media Council of Kenya is mandated to develop and regulate the media in Kenya, in order to promote media freedom, professionalism and independence.
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"Language and Climate Change- there are ways in which journalists can simplify the language once they understand the subject"~ Christine Nguku.
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"Journalists are communicators and they can ask experts to tone the language down to one that is more understandable to the audience" ~ Otula Owuor.
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"Language used to relay the issues to the audience is too elitist and does not relate to the common person. Content on climate change should be simple and relatable to the common person" ~ Odero Sirari
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"Journalists are the people's eyes and ears who are responsible to the public and should not allow themselves to be compromised to give false information" ~ Otula Owuor
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"The media should make use of the professional sources available especially on climate issues for accuracy on such issues"~ Otula Owuor
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"What has changed that we have one of the component of nature that appears to be working against the others" ~ Cromwel Busolo
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On Day 3 of Trainer of Trainers Webinar on climate change for journalism in East Africa, Mr Otula Owuor looks at Emerging ecological, cultural and social issues arising from Climate Change
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"There hasn't be a variety in sources on the coverage of making the Government the primary source" ~
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"Media is a unique dog with mixed characteristics" ~
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"How do we ensue that the fire of the 19 narrative keeps burning that it doesn't end up in the obituary pages" ~ Muchiri Karanja
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"Political journalists have been candid in executing their watchdog role, however we need to be more deliberate on the accountability role"-
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"The media is dealing with a confused dog. we have a lot of allegiances to many people. its a delicate job trying to balance all these loyalties" ~ Muchiri Karanja
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"The Webinar is timely in trying to get the journalists to get back to normal especially on politics" ~
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On politics and , journalists are being faced with situations where they have to be very cautious when reporting on such issues"
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"What is the space in political journalism and how can we up our game even as we report on the different issues"~ Kennedy Muriithi
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Panel 1 Discussion: Media Coverage of COVID 19, is the media a watch dog, guard dog or lap dogs.
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"In the era of technological advancement, when you dont ask the hard questions you leave room for propagandists to spread misinformation that is misleading the public by driving them away from the real issues affecting the country" ~ Frankline Mkwanja
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"The media has come short in reporting of a range of issues that the public require more insights" ~Frankline Mkwanja.
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"Rise of celebrity journalism has brought in superficiality in the aspect of experience" ~Frankline Mkwanja
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"There are critical questions that political journalists must strive to answer while reporting. Are you unpacking the information and issues from newsmakers?" ~ Frankline Mkwanja
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