The media…Media Impact on Caribbean Integration

By Ken Gordon

Ken Gordon served as managing director of the Trinidad Express and CEO and chairman of Caribbean Communications Network (CCN). He has also been instrumental in the setting up of a number of regional media houses. He also served as a senator in the Trinidad and Tobago parliament and as a government minister.

(This speech was delivered on April 1st at the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication in Jamaica and has been edited for length.)

Sometime in 1974-75, Bernard Bonser, Rediffusion of London’s Chief Executive for the Caribbean convened a meeting to discuss a planned visit by a U.S. mission headed by Nelson Rockefeller of the US. to meet Heads of Caribbean media.  Those present were Bill Lipton who ran the Trinidad …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In


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