Homeboyz radio presenter Shaffie Weru has issued a statement following remarks he made on his morning show that caused an uproar.
Alvan disclosed that in that period, he got into drinking and would at times perform while having hangovers.
The wife eulogised the late husband as loving and prayed for strength.
Apart from Royal Media Services (RMS), journalists from Nation Media Group (NMG), Standard Media Group and Mediamax, also underwent salary cuts.
The broadcaster is set to air Hollywood Heavyweight Lupita Nyong'o's show.
The journalist died of the virus aged 52 after complaining of difficulty in breathing.
She stated that the program ended because she could not get to an agreement with the station's management.
The news anchor called it quits during a live prime time bulletin
Nyali MP Mohammed Ali is set to make a comeback in the media industry but this time as a media owner.
The ceremony which was held at an undisclosed location in Nairobi saw the couple ride shotgun inside one of the city’s pimped out PSVs.
Yasmin Said (Maria's) star is set to continue shining after she reportedly landed a new acting deal.
The anchor acknowledged that her past year was difficult and wished herself a blessed new year.
With a career spanning more than 20 years, Mukami has earned her place in the journalists' hall of fame.
The celebrated actor, in an exclusive interview, revealed his industry plans after the end of the show.
The ex-news anchor narrated that her most memorable TV experience was during the 2007 PEV when she had to be in the studio all day.
The show has been one of the most-watched in the country for over two years.
At the time of his death, he had risen to become the head of news for all 14 RMS radio stations.
The former news anchor noted that she was gutted with the bulletin that she proceeded to weep in the washroom.
Despite the kind gestures that she had received, Betty said the best gift of all was her daughter Ivannah.
A new twist has emerged in a story where renowned education reporter Makori Ongechi left Citizen TV in controversial ways.
Eric Omondi was hit with deadlines and demands despite apologising to Mutua.
Makena Njeri, a Kenyan journalist working with BBC Africa has quit after three years.
The reunion comes just after a national debate about the whereabouts of former Tahidi actors who have been away from the limelight.
The journalists resolved that the government should consider including journalists in the list of the first phase priority groups receiving Covid-19 vaccine
NTV argued that the order was not served on time and that the journalists had no knowledge of the order.
The anchor joined a group of journalists who have come out to condemn social vices.