Mr. Gary Allen is a career media worker who is at present the Managing Director of the RJR Communications Group in Jamaica. The group is comprised of three radio stations, a free to air television station, three cable stations and a new media company.
Manager Teleislas TV Channel Estacion de Television Simon Bolivar Shingle Hill San Andres Isla Avenida Franciso Newball Edificio Coral Palace Archipelago Department of San Andres y Providencia Colombia
Emiliana Bernard Stephenson is an outstanding Journalist of the region of San Andres Providence and St. Ketlina Islands. She is the present executive director of the TV Channel of the archipelago of San Andres and Providence Island, TELEISLAS. She graduated in Communications with post graduate studies in Public Administration and Finance and a Masters Degree in Caribbean Studies with the National Colombian University.
Director Radio Turks & Caicos South Wing, LIME TCI Building Queen St., Grand Turk Turks & Caicos Islands British West Indies
Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs Director
General Manager (Acting) The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas Harcourt Rusty Bethel Dr. Third Terrace, Collins Ave. The Bahamas
Mrs. Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs (nee Moss), is the Chief Operating Officer of The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (aka ZNS) with nearly 20 years of broadcasting experience. She completed her Associates, Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees while in New York City and obtained a Diploma from Oxford University, England. Before joining The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas in 2007, she worked at Fox News Channel (FNC) in New York City and Washington, DC where she produced many live and taped television and radio programmes for Fox News Channel and Fox Broadcast Network, including the Fox Broadcast hit television show, American Idol (Season I). In 2004, Fox News Channel CEO, Roger Ailes chose Kayleaser to receive the inaugural Ailes Apprentice Award, created for rising stars at Fox News Channel, New York. In December 2012, she led The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas’ launch team of the revolutionary High Definition (HD) Television System and has created several ground breaking News & Current Affairs programmes. In November, 2018 she was confirmed to the office of General Manager.
Chief Executive Officer Public Broadcasting Corporation of Jamaica 5-9 South Odeon Avenue St. Andrew Kingston 10 Jamaica
Keith Campbell, B.A., M.A. began his broadcasting career as president of the Television and Radio club of his alma mater, St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS), in Santa Cruz, St. Elizabeth. As a consequence of his intense involvement in this unique extra-curricular activity, Mr. Campbell, upon graduation was recruited to join the staff of the now defunct Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation (JBC). Initially trained as a studio cameraman, Mr. Campbell was later transferred to the film department as Cinematographer and Audio Technician He holds a Diploma (Hons.) from the Germain School of Film and Television in New York, USA; a Diploma in Advanced Studies in Film and Television from the Fenders Ferris Institute in Berlin, Germany; a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Radio, Television and Film, along with a Masters Degree in Political Science, majoring in International Relations from Temple University.
Sushilla Jadoonanan is an Attorney-at-law, practising in Trinidad and Tobago. She is the Manager of Legal Affairs for DIRECTV Caribbean and handles all the legal and regulatory issues. A significant part of her portfolio is devoted to Anti-Piracy efforts and Intellectual Property Rights enforcement. She has been practising law for over 10 years and also has an affinity for Sports Law where she serves as General Secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Association for Sport and Law and also as a member of the Disciplinary Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
General Manager Caribbean Communications Network Express House 35 Independence Square Port-of-Spain TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Richard Purcell is currently the General Manager of CCN TV6 in Trinidad and the Caribbean Communications Company Ltd (GEM Radio Five) which operates seven radio staions in five territories in the Caribbean. Richard has extensive experience in the broadcasting industry, having begun his career in 1978 at Trinidad and Tobago Television. In 1991 he joined the the Caribbean Communication Network Group (which became One Caribbean Media – OCM in 2005) as part of the team which established TV6 in Trinidad. During the ensuing years he worked in various territories and in different portfolios within the OCM Group, including General Manager & Director at the Grenada Broadcasting Network where he spent seven years. Richard has engaged in numerous broadcast and management training activities during his career, including the Advanced Management Programme at Cambridge University in England.