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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.

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Media And Information Literacy Newsletter (Dec 2022)

By Nathan Gibbons The UNESCO – CBU Media and Information Literacy Workshop With the kind…

ITU’s “Facts and Figures 2022” provides latest on global connectivity amid economic downturn

ITU, Geneva, 30 November 2022 : The cost of Internet services has inched downward across…

CBU Courtesy Call On Government Information Service Of Grenada

CBU member, the Grenada Government Information Service recently received its official member certificate during a…

CBU Strengthens Relationship With UNESCO

As the recently-appointed UNESCO Representative and Director of the Caribbean Office, Dr. Anna Paolini settles…

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.

People reached

CBU Media Hall of Fame

Recognizing our stalwarts in broadcasting and media, the CBU Media 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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