The Grenada Broadcasting Network (GBN) is the largest media network in Grenada. It is jointly owned by the Caribbean Communications Network (CCN) with 60% shareholdings and the Government of Grenada with 40%.
The company consists of two radio stations-Klassic Radio AM 540 and Hott 98 and a television station –GBN Television.
Klassic Radio- The only AM station on the island transmits on AM 540 and is received throughout Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. Klassic AM540 is termed as the “national station” from its original ownership being the Government of Grenada. The station continues to tackle the nation’s issues on its daily current affairs programs. The station format can be classified as the best of urban adult contemporary music. Furthermore,Klassic Radio lives up to its name by being the first radio station in Grenada.
Hott 98-In 2007, was launched as Hott FM using the frequencies 98.5 and 105.5 FM. The station quickly rose to be the #1 FM station in Grenada.
Three years later, with the addition of its sister station, The Caribbean Superstation (CSS) Hott FM became Hott 98 broadcasting from the frequencies 98.5 and 98.7FM.Hott 98 is known island wide as Grenada’s hit music station.
GBN TV- Transmits on Channel 7&11. These two channels cover all areas of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. The television station is the longest serving station in Grenada. Plans were established in 2011 to increase local programming with the creation of the “Independent Producer Partnership” .The GBN TV nightly newscast at 7:00PM is the most viewed television programme in the country.
Ryan Wallace-General Manager
Odette Campbell- Manager of News and Current Affairs
Andre Jerome – Television Supervisor
David Morain- Radio Supervisor
Kennedy Bowen- Senior Technician
Janelle St Barnard- Supervisor of Sales & Marketing /Admin