The need to tell powerful stories through a “deep-dive approach”, using imagery backed up by data and digital advancement, is what can help a Newspaper or print media to sustain its credibility. In the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, many people changed their ways of getting information, thus forcing both print and broadcast media to also adjust to the demands of the day. This is what accumulated to the rebranding of one of Kenya’s oldest Newspaper, The Standard Newspaper, in an event which was graced by different dignitaries.
The change in format and structure of the newspaper has shown a new face of story-telling, making a fresh mark with its branding and change its design to make it easier for the reader to navigate through it and understand its content.
In a century-long journey, the publication has had to shift with change of time and environment, while maintaining its position as a formidable and reliable force in Kenyan journalism.
The Standard Newspaper and Standard Media Group fraternity, has been vital for GPF-Kenya in offering publicity and media coverage for our events, conferences and programs such as Great Places to School.
We are proud to be associated with the media house as one of our partners in transforming education in Kenya, one of the key pillars that the organization uses globally to promote peace across the world.
The event was attended by Global Peace Foundation Kenya Country Director Mr. Daniel Juma Omondi, Managing Director Broadcast Joe Munene, Information Communication Technology Cabinet Secretary MJoe Mucheru, Editorial Director Ochieng Rapuro, Standard Group Deputy Board Chairman Dr. Julius Kipngetich among others