Caroline Mutoko is one very respected woman especially after her voice ruled radio for over a decade, amassing a wonderful support from Kenyans.

The former radio queen has been on the run advocating for the immediate return to air of the four TV stations that shut themselves down in protest of what they allege is harassment from the government over digital migration.

KTN stands out to be the biggest loser in the analogue switch off as Nation Media Group and Royal Media Services appear to be unshaken by the three weeks blackout.


Many would certainly wish to see her on face on the TV. But is Caroline Mutoko thinking along the same line as her fans?

Caroline Mutoko, the indefatigable Media tigress, has released yet another video. I don't know why my colleagues think it's always a big deal whenever she chooses to rant on Youtube, but hey, its Caro. Oops, Caroline Ndinda Mutoko.

Caroline Ndinda Mutoko made a name for herself in the media industry when she ruled radio for over a decade, commanding a wonderful 'listernership' over the years and perhaps that is why everyone has no option but to listen whenever she has something to say.

Two great media personalities, Caroline Mutoko and Larry Madowo have waged a ferocious scuffle in a bid to convince their audiences digital migration is good/bad.

Today morning several female media personalities were in State House, Nairobi where they had been invited by first lady Margaret Kenyatta, to support the Beyond Zero Campaign.

Digital migration must happen. This is the newest phrase in town that has been making rounds after three media houses in the country switched themselves off from digital platforms after the CAK switched off their analogue broadcasting.

After quitting Kiss FM for a more lucrative job within the same company, it seems Caroline Mutoko has a new job though it’s not official per se.

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