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The Baraza Media Lab “Baraza” is a new initiative that will aim to serve as a crucial building block as we look to strengthen the Kenyan media ecosystem, work to rebuild trust amongst the key players in the ecosystem and the public, and put in place resources that will help address challenges being faced in terms of business models.
Baraza is located at Keystone Park along Riverside in Nairobi, providing an accessible location that makes content and spatial operations easier and allows us to capture a wider audience.
We are close to public transport networks. There are several parking options onsite and nearby.
Baraza will provide space and resources; carefully curated events and projects; be a place to explore alternative media ventures.
Baraza Media Lab aims to offer carefully curated set of events and projects to spark cross-disciplinary collaborations at a depth and scale not often witnessed in the Kenyan media ecosystem.
More details are available here Events & Calendar
Baraza Media Lab is open to all media practitioners – not only journalists, but also bloggers, writers, artists, filmmakers, cartoonists, social media experts, technologists, and other cross-disciplinary collaborators.
Baraza Media Lab will build first cohort of members, drawn from a diverse pool of media actors in Kenya.
Interested? See how to join here.
We will review applications on a rolling basis. You can expect to hear from staff within 7-14 days of submitting your application,
We encourage community members to move through the common areas and engage with fellow members. We do not currently offer dedicated workspaces.
Yes! Partners who want to support this work and its expansion over time e.g. funders interested in media, programming partners and event co-creators & collaborators please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org