JIS News

The telephone lines to ‘Jamaica House Live’ will re-open on Wednesday, February 24 at 8:30 pm with the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Dr. Christopher Tufton sitting in as the host for Prime Minister Bruce Golding. The Prime Minister is away in Cancun, Mexico attending two regional meetings that will run from Feb 21 to 23.
The Agriculture Minister will have much to report on the performance of his Ministry as the agricultural sector has been experiencing increased earnings and production over the past year.
This week’s programme will have two guests; Minister of Transport and Works, Mike Henry and Minister of Health, Ruddy Spencer. The Minister of Health will give an update on the drought that has been affecting the island. Minister Henry will give an update of the major road works programme to be undertaken by government and which is expected to generate some 18,000 new jobs.
‘Jamaica House Live’, the interactive radio talk programme aired on the last Wednesday of each month, gives listeners at home and abroad the opportunity to have their questions answered and problems addressed. Government’s plans and policies are also explained to listeners and local cable network viewers.
Radio listeners can tune in to ‘Jamaica House Live’ come next week Wednesday (February 24) through News Talk 93.3, Irie FM, Kool 97 FM, Hot 102, Love 101, KLAS FM, RJR 94 FM, Nationwide News Network and Bess 100 FM.
They can also call 960-7739, 960-9853, 926-7527, 968-2019, 926-7527, local toll free 1-888-991-7785, and toll free from the United States of America and Canada 1-888-527-6121 or e-mail: jamaicahouselive@gmail.com.
The programme can also be viewed on the JIS website, www.jis.gov.jm, where it is streamed live. Cable stations which carry an edited version throughout the following month include: Guthrie’s Communication Limited; Cornwall Communications Limited; 1 Luv Television; Spy Television and Klick TV in St. James; Cable News and Sports, St. Catherine; Northern Cable & Communication Limited and Reggae Sun Television in St. Ann; Inntech Communications Limited in Portland; General Satellite Network Company Limited in Clarendon and Mari Maxx Communication Limited in St. Elizabeth.

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