Broadcasting Commission

Government of Jamaica 

Speeches & Presentations

The Future of Cable TV Workshop (The Changing Landscape in the Home • Access Network Capacity and Reliability • Future of Cable)

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  • Presenter Mr. Steven Harris, Senior Director, Education & Technologies, SCTE-ISBE
  • Date Wednesday, 07 February 2018
  • Venue The Future of Cable TV Workshop, Kingston, Jamaica

Regulation: A New Approach

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  • Presenter Professor Anthony Clayton, Chairman, Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica
  • Date Wednesday, 22 November 2017
  • Venue Commonwealth Digital Broadcasting Caribbean Forum, Kingston, Jamaica

The Digital Playground: Who’s On Duty?

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  • Presenter Ms. Karlene Salmon - Assistant Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Monday, 20 November 2017
  • Venue Office of the Children’s Advocate - Launch of “BESOCIALBESMART” Social Media Manuals, Kingston, Jamaica

Defining Internet Indicators: Human Rights

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  • Presenter Mr. Cordel Green - Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Wednesday, 25 October 2017
  • Venue UNESCO Media & Information Literacy Conference 2017, Kingston, Jamaica

Content Universe & Regulation in the Digital Age (This presentation contains mature content audio/video clips)

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  • Presenter Mr. Cordel Green - Executive Director - Broadcasting Commission, Jamaica
  • Date Wednesday, 04 October 2017
  • Venue BCJ Content Standards Workshop, Kingston, Jamaica


To be the cutting-edge regulator that leads in the development and advancement of a dynamic electronic communications sector for the benefit of Jamaica and the Caribbean Community.


  • To carry out the provisions of the Broadcasting and Radio Re-Diffusion Act
  • To make and administer the Television and Sound Broadcasting Regulations
  • To evaluate applications and make recommendations to the responsible Minister
  • To monitor the transmission and operations of licensees
  • To receive and investigate complaints
  • To advise the government on policy
  • To conduct and or commission research
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