JIC Providing Outreach Campaign and official information
The following release was issued at noon today by the Joint Information Center.
Release No. JIC-01
(NOTE: The information in this and every release from the JIC will be provided to all media partners listed below, to all GovGuam and military call centers, to the Mayors of Guam for village dissemination, and to the consulate offices and translators for dissemination in languages other than English)
(Hagatna, Guam) While there is no imminent threat, the governmentâ€™s Joint Information Center (JIC) is active for residents who have any concerns or want to know more about how to prepare for a disaster and after a disaster.
What is the JIC?
The JIC is composed of public information officers from throughout the government of Guam and the military. This is the group that provides accurate and timely information to the public through radio stations, news agencies, the mayors of Guam, the Emergency Alert System, community partners, and social media.
Reason for forming the JIC
While there is no imminent threat to the safety of Guam residents and visitors, JIC is forming for two main reasons:
- To provide the public, through an outreach campaign, with information about the North Korea threat, and how residents can be vigilant and prepared in the remote chance of an incident.
- To consolidate information from all subject-matter experts and provide the public with the option of receiving their information from an official source via media and social media.
Public Outreach Campaign.
The JIC will begin a robust public outreach campaign this week, starting with fact sheets residents can look to about the threat and how to remain safe.
Where can I get my information? Who are the JICâ€™s media partners?
The media partners listed below will provide information from the JIC:
Receive information and updates directly from the government:
- CALL: 475-9600
- EMAIL: email@example.com
- WEBSITE: ghs.guam.gov or guam.gov
- FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/guam.homeland or search for Guam homeland. You can also go to Joint Region Marianasâ€™ Facebook page: www.facebook.com/jrmguam
- TWITTER: @ghsocd or @jrmguam
Listen to the following radio stations:
- Newstalk K57 (between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday to Friday) [570 on the AM dial]
- Isla 630 (between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. Monday to Friday) [630 on the AM dial]
- i94 [93.9 on the FM dial]
- Hit Radio 100 [100.3 on the FM dial]
- KStereo 95.5 [95.5 on the FM dial]
- KISH 102.9 [102.9 on the FM dial]
- MegaMixx 101.9 [101.9 on the FM dial]
Watch or listen to the 6 p.m. news and rebroadcasts:
- KUAM nightly news at 6 p.m. on Channel 8, with a rebroadcast at 10 p.m. on Channel 8; there also is a 7 p.m. rebroadcast on Channel 11
- Pacific News Center nightly news (not on the weekends) at 6 p.m. on Channel 7, with a rebroadcast at 10 p.m. on Channel 7; there also is a 7 p.m. rebroadcast on Channel 6.
- KUAM nightly news at 6 p.m. simulcasts on Isla 630 radio station. PNC nightly news at 6 p.m. simulcasts on Newstalk K57 radio station.
Find information on the following websites:
- Pacific Daily News: www.guampdn.com or to their site dedicated to North Korea: www.guampdn.com/nkorea
- Marianas Variety: www.mvguam.com
- Pacific News Center: www.pacificnewscenter.com
- KUAM News: www.kuam.com
Find information on the following Facebook pages:
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