Communications Authority of Kenya awards Kuza Awards 2022 winners.
Citizen Tv Kenya has emerged as the top favorite free to air television in the country. The renown broadcaster is located in Nairobi Kenya.
It is one of the most trusted in delivery of credible news across the nation. On the other hand K24 takes the 1st runners up and Inooro tv closes the category as the 2nd.
Among the radio stations, Radio maisha emerged victorious as the favorite radio station. Behind radio Maisha followed Ramogi Fm and lastly among the top 3 was Milele FM.
Kuza Awards 2022 – List Of Winners
Kuza Awards Category
Favorite Free-to-air TV in Kenya
Winner : Citizen TV 1st Runners up: K24 Tv
Favorite Radio Station
Favorite Pay TV Service
Azam Kenya Ltd
Favorite Regional/Local Radio Western Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio Nyanza Lake Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio Central Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio Eastern Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio North eastern Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio South Rift Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio North Rift Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio Central Rift Region
Favorite Regional/Local Radio Coast Region
Ubora Award Lifetime Achievement (Entity)
Ubora Award Lifetime Achievement (Individual)
Prof. Bitange Ndemo Ms. Esther Kaweru
Ubora Award-Copyright Radio
Ubora Award-Copyright TV
Akili Kids TV
Upcoming Broadcaster Award TV
Upcoming Broadcaster Award Radio
Local Children Programming Radio
Local Children Programming Free-to-Air TV
Akili Kids TV
Local Content Subscription Broadcasting service award
Multi-choice Kenya Limited
Free-to-Air Overall Local content Quota
Compliance Award: Community Radio winner
Broadcast Signal Distributor
GOTV Kenya Limited
Subscription Broadcasting Service provider
Azam Media Kenya Limited
Commercial Free-to-Air Tv
Kuza awards Voting 2022
Kuza awards 2022 attracted a total of 3,195,344 votes through the SMS code 15610.
This was a double outcome related to the previous year that gathered only 1,274,966 votes cast.
Director General/CEO communications Authority of Kenya Ezra Chiloba said the Broadcasting sector has attracted many players after issuing an additional 71 licenses in the first Quarter of the year.
This has brought to a total number of 186 FM radio stations and 148 TV stations.
As Kenya heads to elections
During Kuza Awards awarding of winners, Ministry of ICT PS Esther Koimett urged the media to remain open as the international sector relies on its information.
”The country is now heading to the critical phase of the General Elections, a time of greater interest not just for the citizens, but the rest of the world, which is also closely watching the outcome of this process,”