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Trinidad & Tobago: Controversial Show Suspended

Plain Talk “congratulate[s]…the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad & Tobago for their intervention in the issue surrounding the continuous breaches of the law, the Broadcast Code and common decency that has become the hallmark of the Crime Watch show and its subsequent suspension from broadcast”, while Facebook comments left by the suspended show's fans prompts Gerard Best to add: “It is time for a generation of media professionals to emerge as authentic champions of ethical journalism. If not now, when?”

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