The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) is pleased to announce that Eutelsat, one of the leading satellite companies for TV broadcasting, has launched a collaboration with the Union. Together the CBU and Eutelsat will promote TV broadcasting in the Caribbean region, as satellites are a key component of the digital infrastructure […]
The Media Institute of the Caribbean (MIC) is offering fellowships to qualifying Caribbean journalists to attend a five-day intensive training workshop on Investigative Journalism in Kingston, Jamaica from May 1-5, 2018. The workshop will launch a series of initiatives by the MIC to develop a cadre of journalists equipped to […]
Request for Proposals (RFP) and Terms of Reference (TOR) for consultancy services to establish technical standards for FM radio broadcasting in The Bahamas. Download PDF
The first female president of the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM), veteran Antiguan journalist and broadcaster Anika Kentish this week paid a working visit to CBU Secretary General, Sonia Gill. Ms Kentish was elected unopposed at the ACM biennial Assembly in Barbados over the weekend. The discussions between the […]
Read the recent call-to-action from the public lecture by Dr. Sally-Ann Wilson, CEO of the Public Media Alliance, at the Central European University’s Centre for Media, Data & Society.