IPP Media

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IPP Media
Type Private
Industry Media
Headquarters Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Area served East Africa
Key people Reginald Mengi
Products Newspapers, radio and television
Website ippmedia.com

IPP Media is one of East Africa's largest media conglomerates in the region.[1]

IPP Media is a private company, held under IPP Group and based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. IPP Media comprises nine newspapers, which are published in both English and Swahili, three television stations, and four radio stations (Radio One, SkyFM, Capital radio and East Africa FM). IPP Media is also a wide content provider for East African news on the Internet via its web site ippmedia.com. The Swahili newspapers groups are now nine for EACU. The largest Swahili newspaper is Nipashe (Dar es Salaam).

Newspapers[edit]

English language newspapers
  • The Guardian
  • The Guardian On Sunday
  • Financial Times
  • This Day
Swahili-language newspapers
  • Nipashe
  • Nipashe Jumapili
  • Taifa Letu
  • Sema Usikike

Radio stations[edit]

  • Radio One
  • SkyFM - in collaboration with BBC.
  • Capital radio
  • East Africa Radio - broadcasting via satellite to Kenya and Uganda as well.

Television stations[edit]

  • ITV
  • Capital Television broadcasting in English language
  • East Africa Television - EATV - broadcasting in Kenya and Uganda as well

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IPP Media". Retrieved 23 May 2013.