Dominica profile

Dominica has no daily newspapers; its press consists of weeklies.

There is no national TV, but cable TV covers part of the island.

The radio scene comprises public and private stations.

All media are free from government interference and carry a range of sometimes critical views.

There were more than 32,000 internet users by December 2011.

The press
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  • The Chronicle - weekly
  • The Times - weekly
  • The Sun - weekly
  • The Tropical Star - weekly
Television
  • Marpin Telecom and Broadcasting - cable TV provider
Radio

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