Haiti is a country which is located on the island of Hispaniola, east of Cuba and the Caribbean Sea. Haiti is 27,752 square kilometers, and the population is estimated at 10.8 million people, and it is the second populous country in the Caribbean.
The first newspaper of Haiti was Le Nouvelliste, and it is a French-language daily newspaper. It was first published in 1898. There are various kinds of newspapers in Haiti, and they release almost all types of news of their daily activities, events or important announcements, and much other important news. The updated list of the newspapers of Haiti is- Le Nouvelliste, Le Matin, Haïti Progrès, Haiti Observer, Haïti Observateur, Haïti en Marche, Haiti-Journal, L’Informateur Haitien, Le National. 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 Haiti Gazette, Haiti Media, Haitisi Press Network, Haiti Libre, Haiti 24, Haiti News, Haitian Truth. The magazines of Haiti are REBELLE, Haiti Open, Amour Creole, Haiti Observateur, Haiti Liberte.
The first television station of Haiti was Télé Haiti, and it was first introduced in 1959. These are the public television stations in Haiti- Télé Haiti, Haiti TV, Télé Shalom, Télé Éclair, Tele Podium, Tele Metropole, Tele Cap-Haïtien, Télémax, TNH (Télévision Nationale d’Haiti), Radio Télé Ginen, Tele Vasco.
The first radio station of Haiti was Radio Haiti-Inter. 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 Haiti. The most popular streaming radio stations in Haiti are Zenith FM, Signal FM, Radio Galaxie, Radio Kiskeya, Radio Caraïbes, Radio Métropole, Radio IBO, Radio Lumiere, Radio Horizon 2000, Timoun, Radio Hosanna, Radio Balade FM, Melodie FM, Sky FM 96.5, Radio Scoop FM.
Haiti is a very developed country, so it is an internet accessed country. It is well wired, but the internet is not widely used in Haiti. They can access the internet at home or anywhere via any device. The internet speed of Haiti is fine. The internet is available at a very affordable price. If you want to surf the web, check your email, want to know any information or communicate, there are plenty of options in Haiti. There are many paid WIFI connections and many internet cafes. The internet users of Haiti are 8.4% (2010) of the population. There are only three internet service providers in Haiti, and those are- Hainet, NATCOM, and Access Haiti.
Haiti is one of a developing country in the world. In Haiti, telecommunications includes- Newspaper, news websites, television, radio, and internet. In the future, we can hope that this country will be more advanced and developed and people will have more opportunities for the telecommunication.