Radio Africa Group has issued a notice to staff over the looming mass layoff.
A notice by RAG Group CEO Patrick Quarcoo stated that they would reorganize internal operations which would lead to numerous positions being declared redundant.
According to the CEO, the move was occasioned by the current business media environment which has changed.
"As you may have observed in the recent past, there has been a shift in the media industry that has over time forced us to make changes in our business model, to maintain our competitive edge as a company.
"As management, we have been faced with a situation that requires a critical business decision to be made to ensure business continuity. We will therefore be reorganizing our internal business operations and in the process, we may declare numerous positions redundant based on the new structure," an internal memo dated 9th December seen by Nairobileo.co.ke read in part.
Radio Africa Group owns the following media brands; Kiss 100, Classic 105, Radio Jambo, X FM, East FM, Smooth FM, The Star newspaper, and Kiss Television.
This comes barely days after Nation Media Group conducted a similar exercise where senior editors and journalists were shown the exit door.
Among the casualties of the recent sacking were Churchill Otieno, Mark Masai and Dennis Okari.
Long time editor Mathiu Mutuma was also pushed out of the media house.