Here is a picture of Journalist Jefferson Michel Casseus.
On Sunday, August 30, around 5:30 PM, Jefferson Michel Casseus, the popular journalist from National Television of Haiti (TNH) died in a terrible car accident. He was travelling in a green Suzuki with another journalist Jhonson Baptiste, a contributing editor of Daily Le Nouvelliste and one woman whose identity is unknown. The woman and Baptiste both died on the spot. Casseus was seriously injured. Initially, he was taken to 'Doctors Without Borders Hospital' in Carrefour, but was later shifted to the 'Hospital of the State University of Haiti' (HUEH). The doctors at the HUEH were on strike. Without considering his condition, they left him unattended on the hospital floor for almost two hours and he died. Casseus's final words were "I am choking". The other car to the accident was a Honda Accord, damaged to a lesser extent, was carrying back four people from the beach-- one of its passengers died on the spot. Casséus had a keen interest on matters related to social issues; he was a host of "Morning Magazine Agenda Show" on TNH.
Here is a picture of Lionel Moise who is a news co-anchor at WBBM-TV/CBS 2 in Chicago
The Chicago based CBS owned WBBM-TV/CBS 2 television channel has announced the name of Lionel Moise as the co-anchor for weekday morning news, beginning Monday, September 21. Moise will join Erin Kennedy behind the anchor desk. This would be his first appointment in Chicago. Service has always been a central part of Lionel's life. Earlier, he has worked at WLTX - News 19 in Columbia, South Carolina, with similar responsibility of a morning newsreader. He was a reporter/producer at WXIA in Atlanta, GA. In Atlanta he started through Gannett's Talent Development Program. Prior to joining his news career, Lionel worked with President Clinton's Haiti Team. His Haitian-American root involved him on the development work following the 2010 earthquake. This insightful and energetic broadcaster has also served as an adjunct professor in visual storytelling at the University of South Carolina and completed his MBA at USC in June this year, earned an undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism and psychology. Moise is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and won two Emmy Awards for his work at WXIA.
Here is a picture of the famous interview that Haitian President Michel Martelly gave to three journalists of TV5 Monde in France in November, 2014. This interview actually received lots of comments from Haitians both inside and outside of the country.
One his recent short tour of France, Haitian President Michel Martelly spoke with journalists from famed TV5 Monde who grilled him on topics from abortion in Haiti, to the possibility of him running the Caribbean country by executive decree. On the former, Martelly addressed the concerns of Deside Fanm (Women Decided) and Solidarity of Haitian Women (SOFA) which put forward that abortion is a matter of choice. On the latter issue, the potentially negative backlash of his ruling by executive decree was discussed with human rights defense organizations who feel the thought is grossly undemocratic.
During a convocation of Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe on May 4th, 2013, where he responded to a Senate invitation to answer questions related to some fundings in question. the National Radio Television (RTNH), that was assuring the coverage at the time suddenly interrupted the coverage as Senator Moise Jean-Charles.
The questions remain and as to what caused that interruption and why it only took place during the intervention of Senator Moise Jean-Charles who has been in opposition of the current government. Several Senators denounced the action of Haiti National Radio Television (RTNH) immediately and demanded an investigation of the incident.
Until an investigation determines the nature of the technical failure by National Radio Television (RTNH) during the Senator Moïse Jean-Charles intervention, some people remain suspicious.
We are looking at Mr. Patrick Moussignac, the CEO of Radio Television Caraibes.
According to information retreaved, Patrick Moussignac started early in the media as he was passionate for Radio. He later joined Radio Caraibes. After the CEO of the Radio was killed during the military coup of 1991, Patrick Moussignac became the head of Radio caraibes. Thanks to his entrepreneurial skills, Patrick Moussignac managed to grow the radio at Rue Chavannes
Here is a picture of the American Television Diva Oprah Winfrey in Haiti to film her Television series Oprah's Next Chapter. According to to what I heard in the news, when arrived in Haiti on Sunday, the security that was given to Oprah was one never seen before at Toussaint L'Ouverture Airport. She toured some camps under tight security Monday. One local photographer was detained for about 90 minutes as he tried to cover Queen Oprah Winfrey.