KenyaMOJA is essentially a website that puts together all Kenyan content worldwide into an accessible read format. The site displays the headlines and links to articles, and it gets updated automatically every few minutes.
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The standard is one of the oldest and most prominent newspapers in Kenya, and it has a 48% market share. The Standard Group owns it. This group also runs Kenya Television Network, Radio Maisha, The Nairobian, and Standard Digital, the digital platform. The Standard Group headquarters moved from the I&M Bank Tower to Mombasa Road, Nairobi. This newspaper was initially established as the African Standard weekly by Alibhai Mulla Jeevanjee in 1902; he was an immigrant businessman from British India. It became a daily paper when Jeevanjee sold the paper to Maia Anderson and Rudolf Franz Mayer in 1905, who also changed its name to East African Standard. In 1977 the paper’s name was changed to The Standard, but East African Standard was revived and then changed to The Standard again in 2004, and then the name remained the same.
When the Standard traffic is compared to KenyaMOJA globally, the former ranks at 103,518 and the latter at 11,658, in the country of Kenya, Kenya Moja is at 218, and The Standard is at 15. In the category of News and media, the ranks are 34 and 2, respectively. Lastly, The standard has 5.56 million visits per month.
The daily nation has 1.07 million visits per month, and it ranks 5571st in the News and Media category. It is a Kenyan independent newspaper that has the highest circulation of 170,000 copies. The Daily Nation started as a weekly called Taifa by the Englishman Charles Hayes in 1958. It was then bought by Aga Khan in 159 and made a daily newspaper in the year 1960. October 3, 1960, the English edition called Daily Nation was published by the British News Chronicle’s former editor, Michael Curtis. The Nation Media Group publishes this paper; its headquarters are in the Nation Centre on Kimathi Street in Nairobi. This newspaper also has online editions of the Daily and Sunday titles to which access is partially free; the website’s daily hit rate is more than 3 million.
When the traffic between KenyaMoa and Daily Nation is compared globally, the former ranks at 103,518 and the former at 62,173. In the country of Kenya, they rank at 281 and 96, respectively.
The Star was initially in July 2007 as the Nairobi Star and was changed to The Star in 2009. This is a daily newspaper which is based in Nairobi. The newspaper’s circulation increased from 5,000-8,000 in 2007 to 15,000-20,000 in 2010. It was in September 2009 that the paper made its first profit. It was founded in 200, and the Radio Africa Group published it. It is written in English and tabloid form. The Star has 4.45 million monthly visits and ranks at 1827th position in the News and Media category.
When the traffic on Kenya Moja is compared to The Star globally, it ranks at 103,518 and the Star at 16,332. In the country of Kenya, they rank at 281 and 22, respectively. Lastly, compared to the News and Media category, the former is at 34 and the latter at 4.
Royal Media Service owns citizen TV, and it is a Kenyan free-to-air television channel. This channel broadcasts primarily in English and Swahili. It was initially launched in 1996 but again relaunched in June 2006. Citizen tv airs a variety of local and international entertainment programs in all genres. It also airs many soap operas, local content, and the News. Some of the presenters would be Waihiga Mwaura, Lilian Muli, Lulu Hassan, etc., and some of the shows are the Wedding Show, Blood Ties, One Love Show, etc. Citizen TV broadcasts worldwide through Facebook and youtube as well.
Citizen tv gets 1.10 million monthly visits and in the News and media category ranks the 5132nd position. When the traffic on citizen TV globally is rated at 56,749, and in the country of Kenya, it is at the 83rd rank, and in the News and Media category, it is at the 12th rank compared to all other sites in this category.
It is a website that has all the radio stations of Kenya present at one location. It has 256.59K visits per month, and in the News and Media category, it is in the 15342 positions. Compared to Kenya Moja globally, it is at the 214,247 positions, nationally in the 483rd position, and the News and media category at the 47th position.
The daily post is one of the best sources for all stories and gossip in Kenya, East Africa, and worldwide. It focuses on boldness, uniqueness, and all the News in its most accurate form.
The Daily Post gets 210.71k monthly visits and stands at the 1949th position in the News and Media category. When the Daily Post traffic is compared to the KenyaMoja, globally, it is at the 188,558th rank, in the country of Kenya at 328th rank, and in the News and Media category at the 38th rank comparatively.
Kenyans co ke is owned by Boxraft Limited, which is a company in Nairobi, Kenya. They have 10+ journalists who write articles covering sports, technology, politics, business, and general News. They get 2.07 million monthly visits, and they are in the 3314th position in the News and Media category. Based on traffic, the Kenyan is globally on the 33.186th rank, in the country of Kenya on 44th rank, and in News and media on the 5th rank compared to Kenyamoja.
Tuko’s primary goal is to create and share stories that give positive emotions, inspire and empower. They are a completely digital news platform. And their main content is directed towards politics, business, entertainment, and human stories.
It has 2.96 million visits per month, and it is in the 2106th position in the category of News and media. When its traffic is compared to that of Kenyamoja is globally in the 19,398th position. In Kenya, it is in the 47th ranks, and in the category of News and media, it is in the 7th rank comparatively.
Kenya Today gets only 69.51K monthly visits and ranks at the 33359th position in the News and Media category. The traffic of Kenya Today globally is rated at 613,396, in the nation of Kenya at 1,679. In the category of News and media, it is at the 114th position when compared to Kenyamoja.
Capital FM, also called 98.4 capital FM, is the Kenyan Urban Music radio station. It is located in the Lonrho HOuse in the central business district of Nairobi in Kenya. It was established in 1996 and caters to Mombasa, Western Kenya, as well as the international community now. A businessman, Chris Kirubi, owns the capital FM in Kenya.
It gets 432.45K visits per month and is at the 10817th position in the News and Media category. When the traffic of capital FM in Kenya is compared to that of
Kenya Moja, globally it is at 139,942nd positions; in Kenya, it is at the 278th position, and in the News and Media category, it is at the 33rd position.
Lastly, while there are alternatives, KenyaMOJA still seems to be ranking the highest compared to all ten of them globally, nationally, and in the category of News and media.