CBC owed $1.6m
The state-owned Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is moving to collect $1.6 million owed by 254 clients.
The bulk of that debt is owed by Government corporations and departments with the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) topping the list at $257 783. The ruling Democratic Labour Party, categorised as a private client and not Government, owes the TV station $109 609, the second highest amount.
The list of debtors and the amounts was revealed in an email from financial controller Kim Sealy-Lewis to the management team and account executives on August 23 – a copy of which the Sunday Sun obtained.
The purpose of the memo was to alert the team how much each client owed and who should receive delinquent letters. (MB)
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