Hits: 682 Created on 29 April 2015 Written by George Category: MEDIA
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A TRIBUTE TO JUNIOR JACKSON

In September 2014, Junior Jackson joined Grant Communications as an intern. He was brought onboard to help with the production of video content for the GrenadaBroadcast website and local television stations.

Read more: HE WAS ONE OF A KIND!
 
Hits: 419 Created on 28 April 2015 Written by George Category: MEDIA
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GRENADABROADCAST MOURNS LOSS

St. George -- A 24-year old Vincentian, Junior Jackson, was found dead at his Belmont residence on Saturday afternoon.

Jackson, who was employed by Grant Communications told the management of CHIME FM on Thursday that he was feeling unwell and asked for the day off.

He reported to work on Friday, but efforts to reach him on Saturday proved futile. His lifeless body was found on Saturday afternoon.

An autopsy is expected to be performed today, and police investigations are continuing.

During his short time working in the video department of GrenadaBroadcast, Jackson had become a self-taught videographer who outshone many of his peers with far more experience, and will be greatly missed.

 
Hits: 446 Created on 07 April 2015 Written by Shere-Ann Noel Category: MEDIA
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STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF HILDEBRAND JAMES

The  Media  workers  association of Grenada  is  deeply saddened   by the tragic  passing  of media colleague,  Hildebrand James who, up to the  time of  his  death served as the Technical Director of the Government information service.

Read more: MWAG IS SADDENED
 
Hits: 598 Created on 25 March 2015 Written by Dunnaliz Commodore Category: MEDIA
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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).

Read more: MEDIA WORKSHOP
 
Hits: 958 Created on 11 March 2015 Written by JACAP Category: MEDIA
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JACAP MEMBERS APPLAUDS COURT ACTION

Kingston -- Several media houses are now before the Supreme Court, facing charges of breaches of the copyright laws. The lawsuits were brought against them by the Jamaica Association of Authors Composers and Publishers (JACAP), which represents over two million creators of music worldwide, including over 3400 Jamaicans.

Read more: COPYRIGHT SOCIETY SUES MEDIA HOUSES
 

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