Communications will use all communication tools available to get the information to the public creating a seamless integrated, reliable reporting system involving CITV, together with traditional and social media. Communications provides information that is easily accessible and layered. The first layer comprises radio and print ads; 30 – 60 second social media videos; and social media postings. These tools give brief descriptions of Government’s programmes, services, initiatives and policies. The second layer of detail is available on this portal providing information on how to access services.
What do they do?
The Department of Communications proactively develops awareness of the Government of Bermuda’s initiatives, programmes and activities.
DC plays a vital role in providing clear, innovative and relevant Government communications services to the people of Bermuda. The department:
- runs CITV, the government television station, producing television programmes to educate, enlighten and enrich the public;
- uses traditional and new media to deliver information to the public about ministries, departments and programmes;
- creates brochures, signage, books and other collateral material to support government programmes; and
- captures, catalogues, and stores all government photographs and videos.