West Indian TV show

WEST INDIAN CULTURE COMES ALIVE ON FIRST ON-LINE TV SHOW Port of Spain, Trinidad, January 26, 2009……In a world that has become a global village, people are interested in their neighbors’ culture and lifestyle. One website stands out above the rest in disseminating information on Caribbean culture and entertainment.

www.westindianculture.com has been the top choice for over 1.4 million individuals seeking Caribbean cultural and entertainment information in 2008. Our news and artiste features are updated on a regular basis and the region’s top entertainers and their management have seen the need for them to be featured on the site. In 2009 www.westindianculture.com brings Caribbean culture to a web 2.0 world with the introduction of the new programming schedule on WITV (West Indian Culture Television), the first Caribbean based online television station. WITV will broadcast 2 new on-line television programs; West Indian Cultural Riddims and Indo Caribbean Culture.

The shows were born out of the need to offer live, real-time and up to the minute information on what’s happening in the Caribbean to members of the Caribbean Diaspora and Caribbean culture enthusiasts around the world. The first show Caribbean Riddums will air on Thursday 29 January 2009 at 8.00 pm (Trinidad Time). Adrian Simmons, the host of Caribbean Cultural Riddum, explained “the show is packed with the latest cultural and entertainment news, reviews and interviews with the region's top artistes.

The first feature will showcase the upcoming Trinidad and Tobago carnival and it’s going to be hot. The mas camps and calypsonians are very excited and enthusiastic about being part of this new media”. WITV producers have already started production on other indigenous shows guaranteed to keep you engaged, entertained and excited about WITV (www.westindianculture.com.) In addition the new line up of young creatively energized producers will certainly bring a Caribbean blend to this new media vehicle that aims to bring West Indian culture into homes around the globe. WITV can be viewed on www.westindianculture.com and www.knowthecaribbean.com .

Be sure to be part of the on-line audience who will be viewing this historical event on Thursday 29 January 2009 at 8.00 pm (Trinidad Time)Log on to www.westindianculture.com and enjoy authentic Caribbean cultural entertainment, shows and features.

###For further information, contact:Kele Ransome Publicity Consultant Urban Communications Consultancy www.urbancomstt.com Cell: 868 707-0680 Email: info@urbancomstt.com



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