Kingston, Jamaica: Veteran Jamaican radio DJ Ron Muchette has recently inked a deal with the Caribbean Global Network (CGN) Group to be included among the roster of talent for the Group’s Jamaican expansion via the launch of a new station called The Bridge 99FM.
NY: In a blockbuster move that some say is a definite game changer in radio broadcasting, the Caribbean Global Network (CGN) Group, the operators of Queens, New York-based IRIE Jam Radio will in July this year, launch a brand new radio station in Jamaica called The Bridge 99FM. 99FM was previously owned by the RJR communications group.
CaribPR Wire, Toronto, ON, : Canada’s first Black Caribbean reality show, Auntie Jillian, begins airing on Synergy TV on Sunday June 20th, 2021, at 8pm EST with a Live “Meet The Danfords” post-show special hosted by Fusion’s DJ DLife. “I never thought people would be interested in my family, let alone make Canadian television history,” exclaimed Jillian Danford, aka Auntie Jillian. “But to have the show airing throughout the Caribbean and the U.S has completely exceeded my wildest expectations.”
NEW YORK, NY: Synergy TV’s top-rated entertainment talk show Fusion hosted by DJ D-Life is the hottest culture show in the Caribbean and U.S jampacked with celebrity interviews, newsmakers and ordinary people with extraordinary talents. “This summer, we are taking it on the road,” says an excited DLife, who is also the Executive Producer. “We are kicking things off with the cast of Auntie Jillian - The Danfords - and my viewers will meet them first on Friday June 18th at 8pm - and then on a live show hosted by me following the premier on Sunday June 20th at 8pm. This is big!”
Toronto, Ontario (Sonique Solutions) –Award-winningJamaican Reggae sensation Blessed has been echoing in the consciences of the music-loving masses with his song ‘Black Man’. The Toronto-based artiste has been enlightening listeners withthis uplifting offeringwhich is the lead single off his recently releasedEP, ‘New to You’.
WASHINGTON DC, - Grammy Award winning Reggae/Dancehall artiste Orville “Shaggy” Burrell, has implored upcoming Jamaican artistes to adopt a more businesslike attitude to their music operations in order to take full advantage of the local and international opportunities in relation to Reggae and dancehall music.