Grenada is a country in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea at the southern end of the Grenadines Island Chain. Its land area is 348.5 square kilometres and it had an estimated population of 107,317 (2016). The capital of Grenada is Hillsborough.
The first newspaper of Grenada was Grenada Chronicle and it was first published in 1784. Grenada has various kinds of newspapers and they publish all types of news in it. Some of the newspapers of Grenada are- Grenada Chronicle, Barnacle, NOW Grenada, The Grenadian Voice, Caribbean News Now (English Newspaper), Now Today, Grenada Explorer, Spice Vibes, Grenada Informer. Besides, there are some internet-based news media outlets are working as well. They provide with the latest news and information to the visitors. Some of the best known internet-based media outlets are Grenada Chronicle, Spice Islander, Now Grenada, Spice Vibes. Some of the magazines of Grenada are Junior Barnacle, Business Grenada, TIME special report.
The television stations of Grenada are Meingingfull television M.T.V., Grenada Broadcasting Network – G.B.N. T.V., Saga Boy Communications-S.B.C., Grenada Information Services- G.I.S.
Streaming radio stations are the easiest way to listen to your favorite music. Almost every country in the world has many radio stations so as well as Grenada. The most well-known streaming radio stations are Harbour Light, City Sound FM, Fresh FM Grenada, Real FM Grenada, Klassic AM, WOHT, Magic 103 fm Grenada, Wee FM, Kiss 101.
Grenada is a developed country, but it is not that much internet accessed only 33.5% (2010) of the populations uses the internet. But the internet is faster than 25 Mbps and rates run around EC$10 per hour. There are still a few internet cafes but in smaller towns they are becoming hard to find as local internet at homes or on their phones. But almost all hotels and many restaurants has WIFI for their customers. The best internet service providers in Grenada includes- AT&T, Viasat, Turbo 12, C-band Packages, Internet connections over Isatphone PRO, Mobile Satellite Broadband BGAN, BusinessCom VSAT.
Grenada is a very developed country in the world. In Grenada, telecommunications includes- Newspaper, news websites, television, radio, and internet. In the future, we can hope that Grenada will be more advanced and developed and people will have more opportunities for the telecommunication.