Plans For More Radio & TV Licences

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Government is “actively” considering granting more television and radio licences as a means of boosting the local economy. This disclosure came from Minister of Information, Broadcasting and Public Affairs, Senator Lucille Moe, as she addressed the launch of a new television series called the Arawak Company Limited Home Sweet Home Makeover Show this morning at the Small Business Development Centre, …

New Board For Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation

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The Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation has a new Board, with Melba Smith as its chairman and Dr. Sharon Marshall as her deputy. The other members are: Brian Clarke, Peter Boyce, Gillian Leach, Reginald Bourne and acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Broadcasting and Public Affairs, Cheryl Alleyne. The Board of Directors has been appointed for a period of three …

Maximum Exposure For CARIFESTA XIII

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CARIFESTA XIII will not lack for exposure thanks to the signing of two agreements – The Host Broadcasters Agreement with the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC); and a Memorandum of Understanding with the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU). In a brief signing ceremony this afternoon at his Ministry in Sky Mall, Culture Minister, Stephen Lashley, announced that CBC had been appointed the …