St Vincent and the Grenadines profile

Groundstaff look on as the Australian cricket team train on the Caribbean island of St Vincent, 08 March 2007 The constitution guarantees press freedom

The Vincentian press is privately-owned. The constitution guarantees a free press and publications openly criticise government policies.

There are several private radio stations and a national radio service which is partly government-funded.

There were 76,000 internet users by June 2010 (via Internetworldstats.com).

The press

Television

  • SVG Television - operated by St Vincent and the Grenadines Broadcasting Corporation

Radio

  • NBC Radio - partly-government funded national FM service
  • Hitz FM - music station, affiliated to SVG TV
  • We FM - private
  • Hot 97 - private
  • Nice FM - private

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