There is “fake news” in the church and “no news” that is equivalent to “fake news” and the churches are masters of “no news” where anything that can, presumably, come out of them is swept under the carpet says Bishop of Grenada Clyde Harvey. READ MORE HERE
DUE TO THE IMPENDING HOLIDAY SEASON, THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM CHANGES WILL BE IN EFFECT ON CHIME FM 100.9  Post Cabinet – returns Aug. 22 10:00 am  Law made simple […]
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IS FLOW OPERATING IN A BUBBLE? St. George — The fallout from the decision by Columbus Communications to discontinue the Community Channel 6 at the end of June has begun to ripple through Grenada’s media landscape. And, already, there are signs that this action could reveal a tad more than just the absence of “the […]
WAYNE WAS COMMITTED, PASSIONATE, AND DEDICATED The NEW TODAY Newspaper mourns the passing of our Editor, Mr Wayne Moses Modeste. A passionate, committed and dedicated Journalist we have lost.
WE NO LOGER USE MAGICJACK Because of the number of hassles we have been experiencing with MagicJack, we have decided to discontinue using them to provide access by the Diaspora to Sundays with George Grant. With immediate effect, you may now reach us through Skype using Skype name, ‘geobear1.’ We apologize for any inconvenience which […]
CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR MEDIA AWARDS St. George — The Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) will soon be staging its 10th annual Media Awards ceremony. And, while a date has not yet been set for the occasion, the executive is busy putting the finishing touches in place.
2017 JOINT DECLARATION BY SPECIAL RAPPORTEURS ON “FAKE NEWS” Today, in Vienna, the four specialised mandates tasked with promoting and protecting freedom of expression at the UN, OAS, OSCE and African Commission launched their 19th annual statement, the Joint Declaration on Freedom of Expression and “Fake News”, Disinformation and Propaganda. The Joint Declaration, which was […]
CHALLENGING A CHALLENGED MEDIA Journalism is the best system which provides for transparency in a democracy; but do we have that capacity in Grenada?
CSME “IMPROVING INFORMATION FLOWS” WORKSHOP GRADUATES 27 GRENADIAN MEDIA WORKERS St. Georges — Twenty-seven Grenadian media workers have benefited from a workshop geared towards assisting journalists in breaking new ground in their coverage of the CARICOM Single Market (CSM).