Newspapers in Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia has no daily newspaper. The voice of St. Lucia (about 5,000
copies) is the largest of the country's few newspapers.
The Saint Lucia Broadcasting Corporation state broadcasts radio, but
there are also commercial radio and religious stations. Three private
broadcasters are in charge of the television broadcasts. Saint Lucia also has an
expanded cable TV network. There are 742 radio and 365 TV receivers per 1,000
Little Saint Lucia has produced two Nobel
laureates. In 1970, economist Arthur Lewis received the
Nobel Prize in Economics. 1992 was the time again when
author Derek Walcott was awarded the Literature Prize.
Popular cultural life is dominated by a number of
festivals spread throughout the year. The festivals
reflect the traditions of both Africa and Western
Europe. The most common folk dances, including Belair
and Konte, originate from the slave era.
Latest population statistics of St. Lucia, including religious profiles and major languages spoken as well as population growth rates in next three decades.
Freedom of the press and opinion is inscribed
in the constitution and transparency in the media is
great. Saint Lucia lacks newspapers.
Two magazines, The Voice and
The Star, come out three times a week. In
addition, there are some weekly magazines and magazines.
Virtually all newspapers are privately owned and have
There is a state radio company. A national TV network
broadcasts information on public sector activities.
Other radio and TV channels are privately owned. For St.
Lucia public policy, please check
FACTS - MASS MEDIA
Percentage of the population using the
51 percent (2017)
Number of mobile subscriptions per 100