Applications open for media literacy bootcamp for Caribbean media workers

Media practitioners from Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago can now apply for our media & information literacy bootcamp!

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New PMA project: Building the Caribbean’s next generation of media literate citizens

PMA's new media and information literacy project in the Caribbean aims to empower schoolchildren, educators, and journalists.

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“Everything is changing”: Gary Allen on RJRGLEANER’s future

In a final interview before he steps down from his role as CEO. Gary Allen talks to PMA about the challenges currently facing RJRGLEANER. 

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Switching from analogue to digital in the Caribbean

In the Caribbean, conversations around switching from analogue to digital have been ongoing for years. So how is the transition progressing?

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Television Jamaica and Digital Switchover

Gary Allen of RJRGLEANER outlines the digital switchover process in Jamaica and the challenge broadcasters face as the set analogue switch-off date approaches.

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Meet our 2022 Global Grantees!

From learning how digitalisation can improve sports coverage to a transnational collaboration project, PMA has announced 2022's Global Grants.

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The Existential Threat posed by Big Tech Platforms to Caribbean Journalism and Democracy

"This paper is not alarmist. It is not sensational": Jamaica's RJRGLEANER Communication Group on the threat to Caribbean media posed by big tech.

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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?

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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?

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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.