NCF Crop Over Stakeholders Meeting at Steel Shed: Cameramen’s Plight

David Forde of CBC appealing to better judgment of NCF Board Directors, in this photo - Ken Jones of Troubadours International & Deryck Murray of Pan-African Commission can be identified.

Even CBC has its own grouses, it appears certain elements at the NCF expect Videographers arrive at Kensington Oval by 4:00 pm set up a camera and leave it, well David Forde kept it real!

He reminded NCF Directors these Videographers have a regular day-job where assignments sometimes carry them beyond their 4:30 pm end of day shift and Crop Over is actually Overtime for them and they cannot be everywhere at once and even if they were… Suppose gear is set up early and it’s a sunny day then? What happens if a heavy downpour out of nowhere occurs and damages the equipment, will NCF stand costs?

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