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Grenada’s press is considered free by independent observers and this is guaranteed under Grenadian law. Slander and libel are offences. There are no daily newspapers, but The Grenada Guardian (Grenada United Labour Party), Grenada Informer, The Grenada Times, The New Today and The Grenadian Voice are weeklies; all in English.
There are half a dozen radio stations and broadcasting companies in Grenada, including Spice Capital Radio, CRFM 89.5, Voice of Grenada and Wee FM Radio (2001). There are also three television stations – these are Flow, Grenada Broadcasting Network and Meaningful Television. The Grenadian Broadcasting Network (GBN) is the largest media network in Grenada and operates the primary stations. GBN is a privately owned organization, but the government holds around 40% of minority shares. The company is involved in the production of different types of media and currently owns two radio stations and a television station. These are Klassic Radio, Sun FM and GBN Television. GBN Television has recently introduced more local news and current affairs programmes to boost ratings (2001).