What happened to the haiti broadcasting company?
CBC News spoke with the owners of haiti Broadcasting, a remote broadcasting company based in the Maui archipelago in Hawaii.
The company was founded in 2001.
CBC News visited the company’s offices and found they are in a state of disrepair.
It is not unusual for the company to be closed down in these remote parts of the world, with a large portion of its equipment lying in the bush, and it is not uncommon for it to be empty.
The buildings are bare, the walls and floors are covered with dust, and most of the floors are coated with peeling paint and debris.
In fact, the company was not even able to survive the 2016 hurricane season.
The owner of the company, Tom Fennelly, said he would have liked to keep it open for at least a couple more years, but he decided to sell his company after the 2016 storm.
He said that it would not have made sense to continue the company for another three years.
“I don’t think that would have been worth it,” he said.
Fenney said that he was going to sell the company at a loss and take some of the profits, but the situation didn’t change.
“We just needed to put it out of business,” he explained.
He was unable to find a buyer for the business and he said he had to sell it for the last time in 2017.
It’s not the first time that a remote company has gone under, and there are still several out there that are closed to the public.
CBC is not the only media outlet reporting on the situation.
In the weeks following the 2016 tropical storm, there were numerous reports of broken TV and radio signals in the area, with many people claiming to have been the only ones left with them.
The radio station in Waikiki, KHON-TV, reported that they had no reception.
Another report from the island said that the island’s government was not answering calls from reporters who came to report on the problem.
CBC Hawaii reported that many of the radio stations were operating in a difficult state.
“They are in an absolute mess,” Fennedy said.
“The only way we could survive this is if we got into the private sector.
It wouldn’t be fair to them, because we were a private company.”
There was a time when the radio business was thriving in Hawaii, but now that the islands are under a severe weather event, it’s a situation that is not sustainable for many businesses.
Finnedy said that a large part of the problem is the lack of funding for the radio station.
He also said that if the radio industry was thriving now, it would be the one place in the world where the people would have enough to buy their equipment.
“If you are a company like that, you could afford to pay people to get out to the islands, so why not get out there and buy some equipment?”
Sources: CBC, The New York Times, ABC News, Reuters, Waikikiki TV, Hawaii TV