Bahamas: The Point of the Press

After a merger of two major media houses in the Bahamas, Nicolette Bethel says “we appear to live in a country where freedom of the press may be a moot point. The fact is that whether the press is free or not, it appears uninclined (or unable) to carry out the kind of investigative reporting that allows for analysis and sensible discussion…”

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