Today marks World Radio Day. The day is commemorated to raise awareness about the importance of radio. This year’s ninth edition theme is sub-divided into three; Advocating for pluralism in radio, including a mix of public, private and community broadcasters; Encouraging representation in the newsroom, with teams comprised of diverse society groups; and promoting a diversity of editorial content and programme types reflecting the variety of the audiences. Happy world radio day!
— Billy Miya (@BillyMiya) February 13, 2020
— United Nations (@UN) February 13, 2020
— Carol Radull (@CarolRadull) February 13, 2020
Capital FM’s blog ‘Capital News’ is facing backlash following its “To hell with Kahumbu” headline. This comes after the high court allowed Koroga Festival to go on as scheduled at Naivasha’s Hell’s Gate this weekend, winning against environmental conversationalist Paula Kahumbu. Dr. Kahumbu and a section of Kenyans opposed the festival’s holding at the national park citing environmental concerns.
The title and tone in the article is simply rude and unacceptable
This is not about @paulakahumbu it is about the environment
Court ruling or not; the fact remains holding @KorogaFestival at Hell’s gate is violating the fragile ecosystem in the park
— Njeri Waridi (@Njeriwaridi) February 12, 2020
— Allenzioka Skincare (@IamAllenNzioka) February 12, 2020
SHAME SHAME SHAME ON YOU @CapitalFMKenya. You don’t care about our wildlife and environment and who ever the editor is who approved such a headline,poor journalism best seen here. I pity their future
— ngugigatonye (@ngugigatonye) February 12, 2020
New Musical Express (NME) held its annual award show on Wednesday in the United Kingdom. Showstopping performances by Mura Masa and Slowthai, Beabadoobee, Yungblud, AJ Tracey and the 1975 were among the night’s highlights. The event saw major wins including Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift who won Best Music Video (Bad Guy) and Best Solo Act in The World respectively. Here is the full list of winners.
Billie accepting her award for “Best Song in the World” for “bad guy” at the #NMEAwards
“Thank you NME for the Best Song In The World award. I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there tonight. Love you guys.” pic.twitter.com/xhJYP7IvHt
— billie eilish updates (@eilishupdates) February 12, 2020
— samuel (@tayrihanna) February 12, 2020
"This is like the craziest show I have ever been to …" https://t.co/3gRuOxzEN1
— NME (@NME) February 13, 2020
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