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Hurricane Season Guidance from the ACM

Preparatory Media houses need to be prepared. This includes clear and updated strategies to ensure the safety and secure conduct of all staff members in the course of their duties. If there are special passes or permissions to be obtained, these should be addressed prior to the onset of the threat. Journalists should understand that […] Read more

Jul, 08, 2018


Proposed Media Law in Saint Lucia Concerns ACM

St John’s, Mar 30, 2018 – The Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) is concerned about a recent statement by Saint Lucia’s Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Dominica Fedee on plans by his administration to impose additional regulations on the country’s private media. The minister’s comments were made in parliament on March 21 […] Read more

Mar, 30, 2018


Anika Kentish leads the ACM

BRIDGETOWN, March 3, 2018 – The Association of Caribbean Media Workers Saturday elected its first female president, veteran Antiguan journalist and broadcaster Anika Kentish.     Also elected unopposed were First Vice-President (Finance) Nazima Raghubir, the president of the Guyana Press Association (GPA) and General Secretary Jewel Forde (Barbados). Kern Mason, the president of the […] Read more

Mar, 08, 2018


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