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The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) was formed in 1970 with a view to stimulating the flow of broadcast material among the Radio and Television systems in the Caribbean region. CBU is the only Pan-Caribbean medium, reaching over 4.8 million people in the Caribbean and millions of others extra-regionally. In fulfilling its commitment to the deepening […]

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CBU NEWS RELEASE – Regional Health and Emergceny Management Agencies Info on Coronavirus

REGIONAL HEALTH AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCIES URGE MEDIA TO SHARE MORE USEFUL INFORMATION ON CORONAVIRUS February 12, 2020. Bridgetown, Barbados. Media workers across the region are being urged by the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) and the Caribbean...

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Caribbean Broadcasting Union concerned over reported threats against Media Workers in Trinidad and Tobago

Bridgetown, Barbados. December 3, 2019. The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) is shocked and concerned about allegations that Trinidad and Tobago Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith, has made what journalists at the Trinidad Express consider to be threats against...

CBU marks International Day for Universal Access to Information and World News Day

The Caribbean Broadcasting Union, CBU joins the rest of the world in celebrating today September 28, 2019 as International Day for Universal Access to Information. The recognition was first proclaimed by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural...

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Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU)
Caribbean Media Centre
Suite 1B, Building 6A
Harbour Industrial Park
Tel: 1-246-430-1007
Fax: 1-246-228-9524