In Grenada, a small country with a population of 107,825 located in the eastern Caribbean, media has evolved from a highly politicized environment to an economically driven model still heavily influenced by politicians. The country has a variety of media organizations that strive in a highly competitive market to provide daily, weekly, and monthly information and entertainment products to a fragmented, active audience. The majority of media organizations are privately owned, but the state also owns media, including broadcast television and radio. This entry provides an overview of media in Grenada, exploring the development of the industry, related regulations, and societal interactions and effects.

From Print to Digital Technology: Ownership and Policy

The history of media in Grenada is linked to the history of the country. As ...

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