Caribbean broadcasting icons inducted into Hall of Fame

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Rose Willock was recognized for her service to the region, especially in building capacity for emergency broadcasting. (Photo: Steve Forrest/Workers Photos)

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Tuesday August 18, 2015 – Two Caribbean broadcasting icons were yesterday inducted into the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) Hall of Fame.

Tributes were paid to the late Guyanese broadcaster Terry Holder and Montserratian Rose Willock at a function held at Grenada’s National Stadium.

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The late Terry Holder

Holder, who died in 2014, was instrumental to the birth of the region’s first ever television news exchange, Caribvision, as well as the regional television magazine, Caribscope.

He had served as CBU president and secretary general and is credited with introducing the regional Caribvision news exchange as well as the television magazine, Caribscope.

His children Dawn and Dwayne attended the induction ceremony.

Willock, who once headed Montserrat-based, Radio Antilles, was recognized for her service to the region, especially in building capacity for emergency broadcasting.

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