Find Media and Broadcasting expertise in Fiji

There are three daily newspapers in Fiji: the Daily Post, the Fiji Sun and the Fiji Times. The Fiji Times is the largest, with a Monday to Friday circulation of around 20,000; it is also the oldest newspaper in the country, having been established in 1869. Weekly papers include: Nai Lalakai, Shanti Dut, Na Tui and Sartag. Shanti Dut and Sartag are Hindi-language newspapers. The state runs the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, a radio broadcaster, as well as Fiji TV. Sky Fiji is the one subscription television service available in the country.  The Media Decree of 2010 regulates media and broadcasting – it requires that media outlets be 90% Fiji owned and punishes the production of content that is against public order with a two-year jail sentence.

A couple of websites report on news from across the Pacific: Islands Business and Pacific Islands News Association.

Media and Broadcasting organisations in Fiji
Asehmoon Enterprises Ltd
Asehmoon Enterprises Ltd
Associated Media Ltd
Associated Media Ltd
Bula 100 FM
Daily Post
Daily Post
Fiji Broadcasting Commission
Fiji Broadcasting Commission
Fiji International Telecommunications Ltd (FINTEL).
Fiji Islands Baseball Federation
Fiji Journalists Association
Fiji Journalists Association
Fiji Media Association
Fiji Media Association
Fiji News Council
Fiji News Council
Fiji Television
Fiji Television
Fiji Tennis Association
Forum Films
Forum Films
Islands Business
Islands Business International Ltd
Ministry of Information, Broadcasting & Telecommunications
Ministry of Information, Broadcasting & Telecommunications
Ministry of Youth, Employment, Opportunities & Sports
Pacific Islands Monthly
Pacific Islands News Association
Pacific Islands News Association
Pacific Islands News Association
Radio Fiji One
Radio Fiji Two
Satellite Providers
Satshek Communications
Satshek Communications
Sky Pacific
Telecom Fiji Ltd
The Review
The Review
Vodaphone Fiji Ltd