Radio Kiskeya was inaugurated on May 7, 1994. It was a daring move, in the middle of a coup period. The journey has been long and difficult. It continues to be, sadly.
This did not stop us from creating the Kiskeya app that offers live stream, podcast (on demand audio) and listening by phone anywhere on the planet via ZenoRadio.
Also, shows like ‘Internet Public’, ‘Déclic avec Gotson Pierre’, ‘MédiaSport’ or ‘Dim Ma Diw avec Marvel Dandin’ can be listened to using the app.
We want to insist that we have managed to maintain a certain place on the media scene, much more by our determination to serve and to accomplish the work begun than by the favors of anyone.
Our conviction is that the country needs a free and strong press, in which the public places its trust and whose organization, cohesion and professionalism are all assets intended to positively influence opinion. A press that can help Haiti abandon the tortuous, sandy and difficult paths of illegality erected into a system; a press whose contribution to the fight against impunity is guaranteed.
It is also necessary for this press to help find the path that distances us from improvisation and amateurism in the management of public affairs.
This press, which we are talking about and which we need, will therefore have to be involved in the construction of a new culture of openness to modern ideas and realities, especially to the fantastic information and communication technologies of the 21st century.