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The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU)  is a not-for-profit association of public service and commercial broadcasters in the Caribbean, reaching over 4.8 million people in the region. As a regional institution, it facilitates discussion and analysis that assist in policy formulation on major integration issues.

Industry News

CBU Personnel Join New Cohort of CARIMAC Master’s Degree In Media Management

Eleven (11) members of staff from six (6) CBU member organisations in Anguilla, Barbados, Jamaica…

Invitation to Register for 3rd Artificial Intelligence Information Accessibility Conference

The UNESCO Information For All Programme (IFAP) Working Group on Information Accessibility (WGIA), is hosting…

Special Edition of Caribbean Connect from CBU Member DIME Network

CBU member in Suriname, DIME Network, worked closely with CBU affiliate CMC to produce enhanced…

CBU 53rd Annual General Assembly News Release

The region’s premier media association has renewed its commitment to advancing the media sector through…

Our Members

CBU membership is open to a wide range of organizations including radio and television broadcasters, newspapers, magazines, production houses, digital and on-line-only media, regulators and media educational institutions.

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Caribbean Broadcasting Hall of Fame

Recognizing our stalwarts in broadcasting and media, our Hall of Fame is a tribute to those who helped to advance the development of the industry in this region

Industry Partners

The CBU has established relationships with internationally recognized organizations to foster deeper connections amongst the many facets of the broadcasting industry in the region and beyond.

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