Radio Caraïbes

Radio Caraïbes, is a radio station founded in 1949[1] by the Brown family, broadcasts live from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. As of 2015 it was run by Patrick Moussignac. Caraïbes FM hosts the most popular talk show on the island called Ranmasse, rebroadcast from a handful of radio station from Miami to Montreal and Paris. Former journalists include Jean-Jahkob Jeudy, Directeur de programation et affaires publiques de Radio Cacique d'Haiti; Louinel Saintalbord, Carlo Sainristil, Jean-Samuel Trezil.

Radio Caraïbes
CityPort-au-Prince, Haiti
Frequency94.5 MHz
Programming
Language(s)French
Links
Websiteradiotelecaraibes.com

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nerestant, Micial M., ed. (1997). La Femme haïtienne devant la loi. KARTHALA Editions. p. 91. Retrieved 7 June 2016. radio caraibes 1949 haiti.

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