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Guyana’s constitution guarantees freedom of speech and the country is recognised by independent observers as having unfettered freedom of expression in its media. Major newspapers include The Guyana Chronicle, a popular state-owned daily, and weekday independent newspapers, Stabroek News and Kaieteur News. The weekend publications are The Mirror, The Sunday Chronicle and The Sunday Stabroek. The two state-owned broadcasting entities, Guyana Television and Broadcasting Company and the Guyana Broadcasting Company, have merged to form the National Communications Network (NCN) that owns the national television channel and the prominent radio networks — Radio Roraima, Hot FM and Voice of Guyana. There are also a number of private television stations that relay satellite services from the USA, as well as local productions.