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Mediated Media Criticism: The Role Of Television Show ‘press Pass’ In Ensuring Accountability In Kenya’s Media
Researchjournali's Journal Of Media StudiesFeb,2018 super premium

This study assessed the concept of mediatised media criticism in Kenya through the lenses of Kenya’s popular weekly television show, Press Pass. The study was premised on the fact that the media is bestowed with the gargantuan responsibility of guarding the interests of the public and, as such, they are expected to be accountable for their actions. Past studies have revealed that the role of press councils, many of which are meant to regulate the media, have globally been reclining and waning in influence over time. It is within this context that the study sought to find out the place of media criticism in promoting ethical standards in Kenya. The study was guided by the Social Responsibil

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