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iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : Matthew, 6 radio stations severely damaged
21/10/2016 09:46:57

iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : Matthew, 6 radio stations severely damaged
After the plantations, livestock, schools and churches, local media were not spared by the hurricane Matthew in Petit-Goâve and several stations have suffered extensive damage including : Radio Préférence FM (antenna tower fell and damaged, two antennas, broken solar panels and transmitter affected) ; Radio Men Kontre (antenna tower and transmitter affected, damaged wind energy system) ; Radio Klofa Pyè (antenna tower fallen, cable and antenna damaged) ; Radio Petit-Goâve FM (antenna tower affected, mixer damaged) ; Radio Authentique (antenna tower fell and damaged) and Radio Prince Inter (various equipment damaged).

Jean-Marie Altéma, the Director General of the National Council of Telecommunications (CONATEL) informed of the situation, went on Thursday 13 at the Hotel Fort Royal of Petit-Goâve to meet with media managers affected to express his solidarity and to better know the extent of damage.

For its part, the Ministry of Culture and Communication (MCC) sincerely hope that the affected media to resume broadcasting as soon as possible. An assessment of the overall situation of these media will be conducted by the Ministry to explore the possibilities of material or logistical support. A commission was created to assess the needs on the ground and only concerns the recognized media it is cthe recognized media Hérold Jean Francois of the National Association of Haitian Media (ANMH), enel Remarais of the Independent Media Association (AMI), Osny Agenor of "Sosyete animasyon ak kominikasyon sosyal" (SAKS) and Nécaire Gregory, Representative of the Ministry of Communication.

See also :
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18952-haiti-petit-goave-54-schools-and-122-churches-damaged-or-destroyed.html
https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-18917-icihaiti-petit-goave-heavy-provisional-assessment.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18851-haiti-petit-goave-heavy-provisional-assessment-30-victims-according-to-the-mayor.html

IH/ iciHaiti / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve)

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