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Citizen TV FAQs
How to watch citizen tv live
You can watch Citizen TV Live on free-to-air TV channels in Kenya or using premium subscription providers such as GoTV. You can also navigate to Youtube and find the Citizen Tv channel to watch it. To easily watch it for free online, you can rely on KenyaMax where you can watch Citizen TV Live without missing any news segment during the day or at 7 pm or at 9 pm. Simply save the Citizen TV Live URL so you can easily get back to it.
Who owns Citizen TV
Citizen TV is owned by Royal Media Services which owns a network of 3 other TV stations and over 10 radio stations in Kenya. Royal Media Services is owned by Stephen Kamau Macharia, also referred mostly to as S.K Macharia who hails from Muranga and was among the beneficiary of the 1962 Kennedy Airlift. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Washington. You can read his entire profile here. S.K Macharia is a proud supporter of Raila Odinga. Here is his speech during one of the recent political rallies.
Is Citizen TV Biased
Recent data released in a report titled Media Report Card, Citizen TV did not appear to be more biased in reporting politicians of a particular party. For example, Citizen covered Ruto more than Raila yet Raila is closely associated with SK Macharia who owns the TV station through Royal Media Services. However, there have been reports of news coverage appearing to downplay or over-report news segments that put Raila Odinga in a favorable light.