Glasgow riverside view

Public media and COP26 coverage

Public media organisations have comprehensive and ambitious plans to cover the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow across all platforms.

UNESCO IPDC

UNESCO’S IPDC supports two COVID-related projects in partnership with the Public Media Alliance

Work in favour of public service journalism has won further support from UNESCO’s IPDC with the announcement of two new PMA projects.

COVID

Guyana: Covering an election during a pandemic

There has been an added burden for media covering COVID-19 in Guyana: the country held a general election in March, with the results yet to be announced.

Fake news misinformation

Responsible coverage of COVID-19 in the Caribbean

As newsrooms across the Caribbean continue to face the challenge of COVID-19, how are they adapting to maintain effective, responsible and ethical journalism during the crisis?

Covid-19

The impact of COVID-19 on local news in the Caribbean region

The coronavirus pandemic has had a major impact on journalism around the world. But while much has been said about its impact in Europe and North America, what has its impact been on news outlets across the Caribbean region?

Trinidad

PMA condemns police search of the Trinidad Express

On Wednesday 11 March, seven members of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service invaded the offices of the Trinidad Express newspaper with a warrant to search the premises.

Devastation caused by Dorian

Hurricane Dorian: Its catastrophic destruction in Abaco & Grand Bahama

"We have never experienced such devastation as we did in Hurricane Dorian; it was awesome and awful!" ZNS General Manager, Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs, writes about the impact of Hurricane Dorian on the Bahamas and its national broadcasting station.

Haiti

Escalating violence towards journalists in Haiti

On October 10, radio journalist Néhémie Joseph was found dead in his car in the Mirebalais area, the sixth killing of a journalist in Haiti in 19 years.

Haiti

Focus on PSM | Haiti

Despite a pluralistic media environment and recent gains for improved media freedom, Haiti struggles with a lack of secure independent media outlets and protections for journalists. Here we explore the country's provisions for effective public interest journalism. 

Gary Allen RJRGLEANER

CBU President calls for media engagement in policy and framework decisions

As the Caribbean Broadcasting Union celebrated its 50th anniversary, its President called on governments to include broadcasters in decisions about future media frameworks and policies.