Grenada profile

Grenada has a free media and this is guaranteed in law. The country has no daily newspapers; its privately-owned weeklies freely criticise the government.

The Grenada Broadcasting Network, jointly owned by the Caribbean Communications Network and the government, runs the main radio and television stations.

There were some 33,000 internet users by March 2011 (via Internetworldstats).

The press

  • The Grenada Guardian - weekly, mouthpiece of Grenada United Labour Party
  • The Grenada Informer The Grenada Informer - weekly
  • The Grenada Times - weekly
  • Grenada Today Grenada Today - weekly
  • The Grenadian Voice - weekly

Television

  • GBN TV GBN TV - operated by Grenada Broadcasting Network
  • MTV - private station

Radio

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RSS

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