Last Updated on Thursday, 09 June 2011 21:24 Written by CBC NEWS Tuesday, 26 April 2011 14:23
The Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is a statutory Corporation, which was created by an Act of Parliament in 1963. The Corporation is mandated to provide public service broadcasting to the community.
Programming is CBC’s business. CBC’s purpose is to provide a medium for communicating programmes of the highest quality in both transmission and content to attract audiences and advertisers.
The CBC operates three (3) radio stations and one (1) television station. The CBC also operates the pay television service, MCTV.
To be a viable organization of broadcasting excellence, innovation and integrity that is financially sound and sustainable.
To provide consistently, superior quality educational, informative and entertaining programmes and services that inspire and enrich our Caribbean peoples’ lives while creating a stimulating environment that enhances the quality of life of our employees.
We are committed to: