Citizen TV is still the most watched TV station in Kenya, with over 87% of Kenyans in Nairobi, other towns and rural areas watchings its programs at regularly. Despite its predicted downfall after owner SK Macharia endorsed Raila for President, the station has not shown signs of decline.

Coming at number two in the recently released findings is NTV with about 62% of Kenyans in Nairobi, other urban areas and rural areas switching it on at some point. It is more popular in urban areas than rural areas. KTN completes the top three.

High spender K24, which has rebranded countless times in the past few years, is the sixth most watched station behind even QTV.

Here’s a list of the stations in their order.

1. Citizen TV

2. NTV

3. KTN

4. QTV

5. KBC

6. K24

7. Kiss TV

8. GBS

9. Family TV

10. UTV

11. Sayare

12. Kass TV

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In Radio, Radio Jambo is now the most listened to station after dethroning Radio Citizen which had held the top spot for many years. The Radio Africa owned station has increased its percentage share by more than 5% to stand at 15.9%.

Kameme FM comes at position two having increased its share by 1%, to 13.1% up from 12.7%.

Classic 105, at no.3, has also improved with its share standing at 10.5%.

Radio Citizen is the biggest loser with its share dropping from 14% to 10%.

Here is a list of the stations in their order.

1. Radio Jambo

2. Kameme FM

3. Classic 105

4. Radio Citizen

5. Inooro FM

6. Kiss 100

7. Milele FM

8. Radio Maisha

9. Ramogi FM

10. Coro FM

11. Musyi FM

12. Q FM

13. Easy/Nation FM

14. 1 FM

15. Radio Taifa

16. Kass Fm

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Graphics by Robert Alai