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Central Banking Review: "Newspaper spat puts serious dent in credibility of Central Bank of Barbados"

When the governor of the Central Bank of Barbados had his little hissy-fit against The Nation, do you think that he envisioned the worldwide condemnation his actions attracted? 36 more words


Wonder of wonders! Ian Bourne has one of the top 10% most viewed @LinkedIn profiles for 2012!

What’s going on here?

Ian Bourne is constantly seen with gorgeous women and no one knows what this is about. Trust me… it’s a mystery! 31 more words


Vogue, Daily Mail, New York Magazine and other major publications credit Barbados Free Press

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Barbados Free Press has been mentioned or credited over the years in stories by CNN, BBC, Forbes, USA Today, New York Times and a host of other newspapers and broadcasters from as far away as India and Australia – which is about as far away as you can get from this rock. 149 more words


Police target citizen journalists

The above video makes some good points about how police in the USA are targeting citizen journalists with illegal arrest and even acts of unprovoked violence. 144 more words

Crime & Law

Bajan Reporter oversteps criticism of Barbados news media

Journalist Ian Bourne of the Bajan Reporter breaks many news stories and covers subjects and perspectives that the old school news media can’t or won’t touch. 389 more words


The Nation: Barbados' newspaper of lies and political agendas

The Nation lied: “the letter” was an unsigned draft only seen by a few

Long time readers at BFP know the contempt with which we hold The Nation, and indeed the entire Bajan oldstream news media. 1,444 more words


Barbados Advocate rants about CBC funding - but loves government advertising!

The motto of the Barbados News Media:

“Never bite the hand that feeds us”

OH the irony!

The current Barbados Advocate editorial Another sacred cow?

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