Broadcasting Commission

Government of Jamaica 

Speeches & Presentations

The Transition to a Digital Society

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  • Presenter Professor Anthony Clayton - Chairman - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Thursday, 21 June 2018
  • Venue Mona School of Business & Management Roundtable 2018, Kingston, Jamaica

HRM in the 21st Century: Humanoids, Robots & Millennials

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  • Presenter Ms. Karlene Salmon - Assistant Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Saturday, 09 June 2018
  • Venue Jamaica Employers' Federation Annual Business & Workplace Convention, Ocho Rios, Jamaica

The Digital Economy & Society: Emerging Issues for the Future Regulation of…

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  • Presenter Mr. Cordel Green - Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Thursday, 01 March 2018
  • Venue Caribbean Advertising & Marketing Law Seminar, Kingston, Jamaica

Submission from the Broadcasting Commission on the Data Protection Act, 2017

Additional Info

  • Presenter Professor Anthony Clayton - Chairman - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica and Mr. Cordel Green - Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Tuesday, 27 February 2018
  • Venue The Joint Select Committee of Parliament, Kingston, Jamaica

PowerPoint Presentation from the Broadcasting Commission on the Data Protection Act, 2017

Additional Info

  • Presenter Professor Anthony Clayton - Chairman - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica and Mr. Cordel Green - Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Tuesday, 27 February 2018
  • Venue The Joint Select Committee of Parliament, Kingston, Jamaica

Vision

To be an innovative regulator that leads and facilitates the development and advancement of a dynamic electronic communications sector for the benefit of Jamaica and the Caribbean.

Mission

To ensure a successful national transition to a digital economy, using the empowering and liberating potential of technological innovation to encourage new forms of business, social, cultural and media development while protecting the people of Jamaica from potential abuses of communication and influence.

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