Caribbean Classics from HAMAFilms Coming to StudioAnansi.TV

Fans of Caribbean movies now have a way to enjoy the classic and new films by HAMAFilms Antigua. Starting August 9, 2016 the films by the Antigua & Barbuda-based production company will be available on www.studioanansi.tv. First to be released will be the fourth film from HAMAFilms, The Skin, a thriller which stars Jamaican film icon Carl Bradshaw, Peter Williams, Aisha Ralph and Brent Simon. “We are excited to be…

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Goldenmedia Produces Break the Silence PSAs for Social Services

SWEENEY’S, Montserrat  – A new series of public service announcements are to begin airing on Friday, September 11 on ZJB Radio Montserrat. The PSAs were commissioned by the Department of Social Services to bring awareness to the ongoing problem of child abuse on the island. The first installment of ads were written and produced by Goldenmedia and highlight several issues which social workers said are prevalent here. “In collaboration with…

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Making the Most of Your LinkedIn Page

LinkedIn is presently ranked as the third most popular social networking site behind Facebook and Twitter with more than 255 million monthly users. While you may have mastered Facebook and/or Twitter, approaching your LinkedIn with the same strategy is not the best way to get the most from this platform. LinkedIn’s primary focus is fostering connections for business. Its entire business model is built around this premise, with a premium…

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Getting More Engagement on Your Fan Page

In the six years I’ve been on Facebook they have made a lot of changes. It used to be that all of your 250 fans would see everything you posted but now probably less than 50 of your 250 fans would see what you share the first time. That is because Facebook wants to encourage you to pay to boost your best posts so more of your own fans can…

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Facebook Pages Manager is Your Friend

From time to time I have to manage social media campaigns for clients. (I much prefer to teach you how to do it so it is as authentic as possible.) What helps me tremendously in this is the Facebook Pages Manager. While you can do basic uploads and sharing from your regular smartphone Facebook app, the Pages Manager allows you to see as much information as you would in front…

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Did You Know You Could Schedule Your Posts?

Often when I ask business owners why they haven’t been updating their Facebook pages the response is “I don’t have the time.” But you can make the most of what time you do have by planning and setting up a series of posts in a few easy steps. Hopefully you are spending some of your time working ON the business. This is where you are making plans for the week…

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St Lucia’s top female calypsonian on EVTV

BRADES, Montserrat – Menell Delices, Saint Lucia’s top female calypsonian is one of six women featured in Girl Talk, two special episodes of Emerald Vibes TV. Hosted by Sharlene Lindsay, the two-part episode focuses on how Menell and other female performers are using calypso to highlight social and political issues. Menell talks about the challenges of being one of only a few female artists competing in the male-dominated arena and…

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Barbados’ top female calypsonian on EVTV

BRADES, Montserrat – Reigning Regional Female Calypso Monarch Crystal Cummins-Beckles of Barbados is one of six women featured in Girl Talk, two special episodes of Emerald Vibes TV. Hosted by Sharlene Lindsay, the two part episode focuses on how Crystal and other female performers are using calypso to highlight social and political issues. Crystal shares why her music always includes her faith and the impact of songs like Fly on…

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Goldenmedia launches Emerald Vibes TV Online

BRADES, Montserrat – The first edition of Emerald Vibes Television produced by Goldenmedia went live online today Monday, December 15, 2014 on YouTube. EVTV is hosted by multi-talented artist Sharlene Lindsay who connects with local personalities and shares highlights of special events on Montserrat. The first episode called What’s in a Word takes viewers to the Alliouagana Festival of the Word. Montserrat’s annual literary event which featured authors from across…

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Montserrat is not really open for business if local companies are not online

BRADES, Montserrat – When the main conduits of information and services are through government websites, it sends the message that we are not really open for business, says entrepreneur and media strategist Nerissa Golden. Why Local Business Need to Get Online was the topic of Tuesday’s After Work Chat which is part of the ICT Week activities, organized by the National ICT Council and the Ministry of Communication & Works….

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