Hits: 87 Created on 14 April 2014 Written by Camille Goddard Category: MEDIA
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MEDIA EXPERT TO ASSESS TAMCC'S MEDIA STUDIES PROGRAMME

St. George – The T.A. Marryshow Community College will be hosting the University of Guyana's Dean of Social Sciences, Dr. Paloma Mohamed, on her three-day visit to Grenada. Dr. Mohamed's visit to the College will be to assess the Associate Degree in Media Studies which was jointly developed between the two institutions and to make appropriate recommendations for the programme's enhancement.

Read more: PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
 
Hits: 99 Created on 09 April 2014 Written by JOHN FEELEY Category: MEDIA
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PRINCIPAL DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN FEELEY DELIVERS REMARKS ON PRESS FREEDOM AT THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION MID-YEAR MEETING IN BARBADOS

The familiar quote from Thomas Jefferson is every bit as true and relevant today as it was 200 years ago: "The basis of our governments being the opinion of the people, the very first object should be to keep that right; and were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter."

Read more: PROTECTING MEDIA FREEDOMS
 
Hits: 225 Created on 12 March 2014 Written by MIKEY HUTCHINSON Category: MEDIA
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MISTREATMENT OF MEDIA WORKERS

St. George -- The Executive and Members of the Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) are disappointed with the manner in which two former employees of Meaningful Television, MTV, have been portrayed in the Grenada Informer for the week ending March 7, 2014.

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Hits: 240 Created on 31 January 2014 Written by NAZIM BURKE/NDC Category: MEDIA
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STATEMENT FROM THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS

The National Democratic Congress is calling on Prime Minister Mitchell and his New National Party administration to make good on his promise to repeal or otherwise amend the offending sections of the Electronic Crimes Act.

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Hits: 250 Created on 31 January 2014 Written by Hamlet Mark/GIS Category: MEDIA
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STATEMENT ON ELECTRONICS CRIME BILL ISSUE

The Government of Grenada, and especially Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell remain committed to making the adjustments to the Electronics Crime Bill that will eliminate any clauses that appear to infringe on the concept of a free media, or that seeks to criminalize libel.

Read more: THE SAGA CONTINUES.....
 

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