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Christian station wants COSCAP ease

Trevor Yearwood

Christian station wants COSCAP ease

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MEDIA OWNER Anthony Bryan says he shouldn’t have to fork out money if his radio station, which is “doing God’s work”, isn’t earning revenue.
“I would like Faith FM to be struck off,” he said yesterday in a comment pointed at the Copyright Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Incorporated (COSCAP).
“It is a Christian station and it does not make any money.”
Bryan, who also owns BBS Radio and the Barbados Advocate newspaper, was addressing a tribunal  in the Baobab Towers, Warrens, St Michael, looking into his application against COSCAP.