Dr. George Nyabuga is currently a Senior lecturer at the University of Nairobi’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Prior to joining the University of Nairobi, he was the Managing Editor in charge of the Weekend Editions, and Media Convergence at The Standard Group. Dr. Nyabuga taught Journalism, and Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Worcester in the United Kingdom between September 2005 and September 2008. He also taught international media and communication, and comparative politics at Coventry University also in the UK. Dr. Nyabuga was, between April 2012 and July 2013, the Head of Communications and Public Relations at AFRINIC, the regional Internet registry for Africa based in Mauritius. He has also previously worked at Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission as the head of corporate communications. He is the author of, among other works, Click on Democracy: Uses and effects of the Internet on Kenyan Politics (2009) and co-edited With Wambui Kiai The Media in Kenya: Evolutions, Effects and Challenges (2011). Dr. Nyabuga’s research interests include the sociology of journalism, and new media, journalism and media theory, and comparative media systems. He has a PhD in Media, Politics and History from Coventry University.