Chamber wants boycott reversed, weekly paper to go daily

| 11/06/2015 | 0 Comments
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Deon Ebanks, Publisher and Editor of The Cayman Reporter

(CNS Business): The Chamber of Commerce has called on government to repeal its advertising boycott of The Cayman Compass that was passed in the Legislative Assembly this week, saying it “sets a dangerous precedent” and undermines the principle of a free press. Meanwhile, the public sector ad ban, which amounts to well over $1 million a year, has changed the fortunes of the Cayman Reporter, which will become a daily newspaper in July.

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