CaribVision

CaribVision is an international broadcast television channel that plays in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean, and Canada.[1] CaribVision is an internationally broadcast English-language television channel run by the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC)'s national broadcast centre on the island of Barbados. The main focus of the channel is Caribbean culture, news, current affairs, sports, lifestyle, opinions, and entertainment from an Anglophone Caribbean perspective.

CaribVision is currently available in Latin America and over 30 Caribbean territories where it broadcasts to the Caribbean-diaspora. CaribVision appears in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It is available in the United States on Cablevision.

CaribVision
TypeCable, Satellite and Television Network
BrandingCaribVision
Country
AvailabilityAmerica
Caribbean
Canada
United Kingdom
OwnerCaribbean Media Corporation (Public)
Launch date
August 2006
Official website
CaribVision

Programming

  • Caribbean News Review
  • Caribbean Newsline
  • Caribbean Today
  • Riddim Express

Partners and Affiliates

See also

References

  1. ^ http://caribvision.tv/canadalaunch/

External links

CNPTV

Caribbean Network Program Television is a US nationally-broadcast English language television channel run by the Community Network Program Television organization (CNPTV)'s national broadcast centre in the state of Connecticut. The main focus of the channel is Caribbean culture, news, current affairs, sports, lifestyle, opinions, and entertainment from an Anglophone Caribbean perspective.

CNPTV is currently available in the New England region of North America and in New Jersey, where it broadcasts to the Caribbean-diaspora.

It is currently available in the New England region of the United States on Comcast and Ruku.

Caribbean's Next Top Model

Caribbean's Next Top Model (also referred to as CarribeNTM) is a reality television competition set in the Caribbean, adapted from America's Next Top Model. The show features a group of young aspiring models, from across the Caribbean, compete for the title of Caribbean's Next Top Model and a chance to commence their career in the modeling industry. Each season is set on a different country as the competition itself makes its way across the Caribbean.

Former Miss Universe, Wendy Fitzwilliam hosts the series accompanied by her fellow judges, International Photographer Pedro Virgil and Caribbean Fashion Expert Socrates McKinney. Twenty-three (23) finalists from across the Caribbean (Barbados, Bahamas, Curaçao, Guadeloupe, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Antigua & Barbuda, Trinidad & Tobago, St. Lucia, Dominica, Guyana, Puerto Rico) compete in an array of challenges to become the next top model.

Featured guests appearing throughout the show include international photographer Matthew Jordan Smith; stylist and fashion expert Freddie Leiba; international models Lene Hall and Teresa Lourenco; music producer Bryce Wilson; fashion designer Claudia Pegus; former NFL player Quentin Groves; Soca musician Machel Montano and international actress, dancer, choreographer and motion capture artist Dani Swan.

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Caribbean Broadcasting Union

The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) founded in 1970 is a not-for-profit association of public service and commercial broadcasters in the Caribbean. Its secretariat is based in Barbados.Beginning in the mid-1980s, the CBU created several regionally syndicated programmes including CaribScope, Caribbean Newsline, Caribbean News Review, Caribbean Business Weekly, Talk Caribbean, the Caribbean Song Festival, Riddim Express and the CaribVision television news exchange, among other programmes. These were some of the first television programmes to contribute to a nascent regional integration movement and enjoyed wide viewership, particularly CaribScope, a magazine containing arts, cultural and general-interest features submitted by member stations.

Leadership of the association is mainly rotated between representatives of the affiliated media houses. On 9 June 2000 the commercial operations of the CBU and the Caribbean News Agency were merged into the Caribbean Media Corporation, also based in Barbados, which has carried on the business of television production begun by the CBU. The CBU's current mandate includes the facilitation of some broadcast services, representation, and training of the staff of member stations in support of a unified Caribbean community. It holds an Annual General Assembly (AGA) in one of the member nations every August. Member stations are drawn from the 15 member nations of the Caribbean Community, with the exception of Haiti. Other member stations are drawn from several nations in the Caribbean area.

Caribbean Media Corporation

The Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) is a Barbados-based centralised content-provider for the various Caribbean media houses in the region. Formed in June 2000, through the merger of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) and the Caribbean News Agency (CANA). The Caribbean Media Corporation mainly serves as a regional clearinghouse of regional news and information in the countries of CARIFORUM. In addition to the CMC's regional media stake-holders, the CMC also caters to several International associate media organisations.

Operationally the CMC organisation is predominantly funded through contributions of the regional media houses involved. However, in 2004, the Government of Barbados provided a home for the CMC with the creation of the Caribbean Media Centre in a government-owned office complex on an industrial estate. The centre's rent-free status was to end in 2007.

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