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|CNS 6 deserves to be applauded|
|Saturday, 21 July 2012 22:43|
I WISH to congratulate Mr. Shane Hubbard on being awarded for his documentary, ‘The Global Water Partnership’.
This competition was open to the media through G.W.I. However, winning the documentary award was not a one-man show. The piece was the result of team spirit. In fact, it’s a CNS 6 Production. The news articles on the story downplayed the role of CNS 6 in the victory. Although I must say Stabroek News had it right in the first instance.
Considering that Mr. Hubbard was a trainee cameraman/editor for two years at CNS 6, and the production was a completed piece done on the job, use of our facilities, time, footage, and guided by our Editor-in-Charge, I do believe that CNS 6 deserves to be applauded.
Furthermore, CNS 6 was not invited to cover nor attend the award ceremony.
I do believe that Mr. Hubbard’s victory cannot be separated from being a CNS victory because it is the result of team work.
We at CNS 6 are all proud of Mr. Hubbard’s victory, and I hope in future endeavours, Mr. Hubbard will be happy to give credit where it’s due.
- Opposition continued effort to stymie progress is alarming
- Launching of operation El Dorado commendable
- High quality technicians are needed to man the Forensic Lab
- Why the deafening silence by Stabroek News, Kaieteur News on Sharma’s case?
- Ruel Johnson is plagued with blinkered vision
- Guyana's progress being held hostage to negative politics
- UG seeks private sector partnership to aid transformation process
- Is our situation ‘a chicken and egg’ scenario?
- Post Offices continue to make a sterling contribution
- Clearing up some obvious serious misconceptions as to the purpose, use and functions of the Lighthouse
- ‘Gay’ Guyanese speaks out
- Opposition antics are about gaining power by all means
- The leopard does not change its spots
- “Dis time na lang time”
- When will they ever learn?
- Another Chinese investment is being called into question
- Fair grading of paddy is of paramount importance
- Lest we forget, ‘every dog has his day’
- International experts on Guyana’s EU FLEGT process should apply caution
- Apology demanded from Kaieteur News for Kissoon’s vilifying article on Mahatma Gandhi