In a time of exceptional crisis for newsrooms and media companies everywhere, African media is facing huge financial challenges. But this time of uncertainty is also forcing media companies to find innovative ways of coping. Where is the money coming from, and how is the digital transition helping – or hindering – a future economic model?
In this episode, we look at the struggles that African media companies are confronting, and the solutions they are finding.
Featured in this episode:
Charles Ruzindana, Director, Kigali Today, Rwanda
Lisa MacLeod, publishing consultant, FT Strategies and former head of digital at Tiso Blackstar Group in South Africa
Alexander Owino, financial expert, Kenya
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The Backstory production team is Andrew Heslop, Mariona Sanz, Colette Davidson and Sarah Elzas, who edited and mixed the episode.
Music in this episode: Sal by Xylo-Ziko.
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