The Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) says it will appoint a special committee to carry out preliminary work and engage stakeholders as part of an overall effort to improve wages and working conditions of practitioners.
The Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) has donated a quantity of supplies to the Hillsview Home for the Aged in St. John’s as part of activities celebrating media week 2012. Continue reading
By: Rawle Titus
Prime Minister Tillman Thomas has launched Media Week in Grenada with an appeal for practitioners to remain free of associations and activities that compromise their profession. Continue reading
Prime Minister Tillman Thomas will deliver an address to officially declare open Media Week 2012.
The office of the Grenadian leader confirmed Friday that the Prime Minister will deliver an address on radio and television this Sunday setting the week in motion. Prime Minister Thomas also holds the portfolio of Minister of Information. Continue reading
The Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) has announced the staging of a workshop on labour rights.
MWAG says the workshop is targeted at media workers on the island and scheduled for Wednesday June 13th from 9am to 12 noon at the Ministry of Works Conference Room. Continue reading
The Media Workers Association of Grenada has announced plans for the staging of media week 2012.
The week starts this Sunday and will climax the following Sunday with a church service at the Happy Hill Roman Catholic Church.
Other activities of the week include school visits, a donation to the Hillsview home for the aged in St.John’s, a workshop on labour rights for media workers and a family fun day at old Trafford next week Saturday.
Plans are also being finalized for a river tube excursion at Balthazar.
The week therefore is being observed from Sunday June 10th to Sunday
The theme for media week this year is “Media in a Challenging World”.
MWAG has decided to adopt the same theme used for the International Press Institute (IPI) World Congress being hosted in Trinidad from June 23rd to 26th.©
The Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) has sent an open letter to media managers calling on them to “exercise sound ethical judgment” in the broadcast and publication of material on fatalities.
Their call comes after a number of television stations broadcast footage of mangled bodies in a vehicular accident in that country on Tuesday. Continue reading