Kenya's Fragile Press

Friday, February 08, 2008


In the midst of violence following a disputed presidential election, Kenya’s government banned all live radio and television broadcasts. This seemingly mild restriction has been surprisingly damaging to Kenya’s press, argues Ida Jooste of the media advocacy group Internews.

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