Guyana is a country on South America’s North Atlantic coast. The land area of Guyana is 214,969 km², and the population is 777,859 (2017). The capital city of Guyana is Georgetown.
The first newspaper of Guyana is The Stabroek News. It was first published in November 1986. First, it was a weekly newspaper, and then it turned into a daily print newspaper. Moreover, there are various kinds of newspapers in Guyana, 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 Guyana is Stabroek News, Guyana Chronicle, Kaieteur News, The Official Gazette of Guyana.
There are three television stations in Guyana, serving to 46,000 televisions. The television stations are Capitol News, NCN, CNS Channel 6.
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 Guyana. The first radio station in Guyana came to reality in 1951, and it was called Radio Demerara. There are seven radio stations in Guyana, Number of radio receivers is 420,000. The radio stations include- NTN Radio, Mix 90.1 FM, HJ941, GTriddim Radio, Voice of Guyana, Radio Demerara, Hot FM.
Guyana is a developing country, so it is not entirely internet accessed. The internet users of Guyana are 32.0% of the population (2011), and also it has increased by time. They can access the internet at home or anywhere via any device. The internet speed in Guyana is fast, and the internet is widely 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 Guyana. There are many paid WIFI connections and many internet cafes. There are many internet service provider in Guyana, and it includes- xfinity Guyana, Nexlink Communications Inc, VNet Communications, Digicel, E-Networks Inc., Broadband Wireless LLC, GlobeSpan Technology.
Guyana is a nation which’s population is 777,859 (2017). This country had been a few steps behind in telecommunication, but it is improving day by day. It is expected that someday the nation of Guyana will also step forward in telecommunication like the other advanced states of the world.