Two more CNMG employees part ways with company

By Kalifa Clyne
October 07, 2015 –

CNMGOne day after chief executive officer of state-owned media company Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG), Ken Ali, and radio talk show host Marcia Braveboy were fired from their post, two other senior employees, who were also facing the axe, tendered their resignations.

Newly appointed Independent Senator Paul Richards, who served as programme director for CTV, and his colleague executive news producer Larry Lumsden yesterday submitted resignation letters to the board.

Lumsden confirmed his resignation and said he felt his time had come to leave the network.
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  1. Independant Senator Richards resigns from CNMG

    By Joel Julien
    October 07, 2015 –

    INDEPENDENT Senator Paul Richards yesterday resigned from the Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG) in a shake-up that saw three high-level members of the State-run media company leave under varying circumstances over the last 48 hours.

    Also resigning from CNMG yesterday was executive producer of news Larry Lumsden.

    The resignations of Richards and Lumsden followed the dismissal of CNMG chief executive officer, Ken Ali, on Monday.

    Also getting axed on Monday was freelance radio talk show host Marcia Braveboy.
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