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The Real Jamaican Radio group consists of seven brands operating across TV, radio and digital. Its raison d’être is to promote positive change through broadcasting. RJR’s pioneering roots go back to Radio Jamaica in 1939, and it is now one of the biggest media companies in the Caribbean.
+-*An event aiming to bring together global service providers to network and discuss the future of connected TV entertainment.
+-*A conference hosted by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers on the future of independent media.
+-*Media in Transition is a biennial event showcasing the work of media studies academics and media professionals.
+-*Karlstad University is hosting the first GeoMedia conference which explores spaces and mobilities in mediatised worlds.
+-*An awards night run by British Academy of Film and Television Arts, recognising the best in television.
Where we work: 102 member broadcasters in 54 countries