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“Corruption, the greatest hindrance to economic growth”, says Professor Trevor Munroe

Dr Trevor Munroe who will be the Presenter at the 12th Annual CIN Lecture Series says that endemic corruption in Jamaica hinders economic growth and leads to a serious deterioration of social services and social norms.

 

Dr Munroe, who the Gleaner called “one of Jamaica’s most brilliant sons”, will make a compelling argument at this year’s CIN Lecture to be held at the Schomburg Center on Thursday November 17th for Jamaicans at home and in the Diaspora to lobby for legislation to bring perpetrators of corruption to justice. Dr Munroe’s presentation “Curbing Corruption...Jamaica’s Imperative” will outline the many forms of corruption that envelop the Jamaican society and his prescriptions for solving this problem.

Dr Munroe is the Executive Director of the National Integrity Action (NIA) – the Jamaican Chapter of Transparency International, the leading global coalition against corruption. With an outstanding career in academia, civil society advocacy and public service, Dr Munroe is more than qualified to discuss the current topic of corruption to members of the New York Caribbean Community.

The CIN Lecture Series, created to present important intellectuals, is a community forum for hearing visionary Caribbean leaders who reflect on regional affairs and provide hope and direction for the future. Over the years speakers have been leaders artists, policy makers, business leaders and scholars offering their own unique perspective. Last year, Don Wehby, CEO of Grace Kennedy Group, delivered a powerful presentation to a capacity audience.

Stephen Hill, CEO of the Caribbean International Network (CIN) says “it is important for the large Caribbean audience to come out and hear speakers like Dr Munroe who are outspoken, unafraid and bold in their analysis of the problems that plague Jamaica and at the same time can prescribe the steps to solve the problems and lead to a better Jamaica.”

The CIN lecture will start with a reception from 6pm-7pm held in the foyer of the Schomburg with delicious finger food served by Golden Krust and the presentation by Dr Munroe will begin promptly at 7pm. To RSVP, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/12th-annual-cin-lecture-series-prof-trevor-munroe-tickets-287888632655. For more information contact CIN at JA: 876-906-0432, US: 347-448-4345 or by email at mail@cintvjamaica.com.

 
CIN LAUNCHES 'DI RIDDIM SWEET'
Phylecia RenaeHost Phylecia Renae (centre) enjoying herself at the launch party for 'Di Riddim Sweet'

Valentine's Day, February 14, 2016, marked the launch of 'Di Riddim Sweet' on Caribbean International Network (CIN). The occasion was celebrated with a viewing party at Hyacinth’s Haven, a hub for Caribbean Culture. The evening featured good food and a good time. Pictured above is the lovely host of the program, Phylecia Renae, partying with her fans. The episode was warmly received and wrapped with a resounding applause from the audience.

'Di Riddim Sweet' is a New York based lifestyle show highlighting the movers and shakers of the Caribbean, who are making strides on the international stage. The first episode featured the iconic Pat Chin, founder and matriarch of VP Records. The episode delved into her journey to success and growing one of the most successful reggae outlets in the world, VP Records, into the behemoth that it is today.

The upcoming series will feature remarkable individuals in the Caribbean community and the stories behind their success. Catch 'Di Ridim Sweet' this and every Sunday at 7:30pm with a repeat at 11 pm on CINTV channel 73 and Verizon FIOS Channel 26.

- Janice McLeod
CIN ANNOUNCES STRONG PRIME TIME LINE-UP
Phylecia RenaePhylecia Renae, host of the new programme 'Di Riddim Sweet' throws premiere party for her show to air on CINTV February 14, 2016.

It is the beginning of a new year and the Caribbean International Network (CIN) brings some amazing new shows to New York on CINTV Ch.73 & Verizon FIOS Ch.26. Being driven by its slogan “Your window to the Caribbean”, CIN continues to connect the Caribbean-Americans to home by airing more local and current programmes on CINTV. These include the fabulous musical entertainment programme, 'Jussbuss Acoustic' which begins on February 14 and features top Jamaican artistes performing on set. 'The Saudicka Diaram' show begins March 13 and this show brings its audience up-to-date with everything lifestyle and entertainment in Jamaica. CIN is also proud to announce that they will be airing after several years a local New York programme called ‘Di Riddim Sweet’ to begin on February 14. This fast-moving entertainment magazine features Caribbean Personalities living in the New York Tri-State area and is hosted by Phylecia Renae!.

CIN is excited about its new content and continues to seek out the best in Caribbean programming to present to the over one million Caribbean-Americans in New York. Look out shortly for more announcements about new shows to appear on CINTV Ch.73 & Verizon FIOS Ch.26.

- Chantal Smith
CIN Lecture Series with Don Wehby Airs Sunday on CINTV
Don WehbyThe Caribbean International Network (CIN) will be airing its 11th Annual Lecture Series with Grace Kennedy’s CEO, Don Wehby. It will broadcast on CINTV, Ch. 73 & Verizon Fios Ch. 26 this Sunday December 6, 2015 at 11pm, reaching 18.5 million people in the Tri-State area.

Don Wehby’s astounding presentation “Jamaica To The World...The Grace Kennedy Story”, gathered a vast audience at the Schomburg Centre in Harlem, New York on October 29, 2015. His inspiring presentation was well received by the audience as he engaged them in the history of the company and outlined Grace Kennedy’s strategy to become a global company. He gave credit to all his predecessors and  shared personal stories reflecting the commitment of Grace Kennedy including the vision of creating a more personalized bank, which led to the birth of First Global Bank after the crash of the banking industry during the 1990’s.

This captivating one hour special with Don Wehby, who was described by Golden Krust CEO, Lowell Hawthorne as “determined, illustrious and dynamic”, will inspire its viewers to strive for greatness as he proudly discussed Grace Kennedy’s success, such as its recent acquisition of the Hispanic brand, “La Fe,” and its rapid growth which is evident in the current distribution present in France, Germany, Russia, Sweden, Holland and Africa.

The presentation ended with Jimmy Cliff’s, “Many Rivers to Cross,” and in closing Don reminded his well engaged audience, “we have many rivers to cross, but we can see our way over them.”

The CIN Annual Lecture Series is the conception of CEO Stephen Hill, who ended the evening by speaking on the growth of CIN and where it is today, 23 years strong.
 

- Chantal Smith
CIN Says Grace
Thursday, October 29th marked the 11th annual CIN lecture series at the Schomburg Center in Harlem, NY. The night’s presentation featuring Don Wehby, CEO of Grace Kennedy Ltd., was entitled, “Jamaica to the World...The Grace Kennedy Story.” Mr. Wehby received a rousing introduction by Golden Krust CEO, Lowell Hawthorne, describing him as “determined, illustrious and dynamic.”

Don presented Grace Kennedy’s history as demonstrative in business leadership. He gave credit to all his predecessors, including Douglas Orane, who was in attendance for the night. Mr. Wehby shared personal stories reflecting the commitment of Grace Kennedy including the vision of creating a more personalized bank, which led to the birth of First Global Bank after the crash of the banking industry during the 1990’s.

Grace Kennedy’s burgeoning growth was also evident with current distribution present in France, Germany, Russia, Sweden, Holland and Africa! In addition, Don beamed with optimism as he discussed the acquisition of the Hispanic brand, “La Fe,” sharing the great potential for the booming Hispanic/Caribbean market.

The night ended with Jimmy Cliff’s, “Many Rivers to Cross,” and in closing Don reminded the audience, “we have many rivers to cross, but we can see our way over them.” Mr. Wehby was well received.

Also in attendance were Honorable Una Clarke and daughter, Congresswoman Yvette Clark. The CIN lecture series is the brainchild of CEO Stephen Hill, who ended the evening by speaking on the growth of CIN and where it is today, 23 years strong!

 

-Antoinette DeSouza

 
GRACEKENNEDY GROUP CEO DELIVERS SUCCESSFUL CIN LECTURE IN NEW YORK CITY
Outlines Company’s History, Growth and Strategy to Global Growth and Expansion
On Thursday, October 29, GraceKennedy Group CEO, Don Wehby delivered the 11th Annual CIN Lecture Series at the Schomburg Centre in Harlem, New York, to a receptive audience who showed their appreciation for his presentation through a standing ovation and rousing applause at the end of his lecture. The lecture, entitled “Jamaica to the World, the GraceKennedy Story,” traced the company’s roots, and gave the attendees a taste of what to expect from the company moving forward.

Mr Wehby started his presentation by lauding Brand Jamaica’s value on the world stage in areas including music, sports and international affairs. He opined that Jamaica had not successfully converted its brand strength into growth for the economy. “As a result of our anaemic economic growth, people still doubt whether or not Jamaican firms can enter international markets and compete effectively with firms there. Today, I will share the story of a Jamaican born and locally managed corporate entity that has and is destroying that perceived myth daily,” he said, alluding to GraceKennedy.

Mr Wehby went on to speak to the contribution of the former Chairmen and CEOs of GraceKennedy, starting with founding fathers Dr John Grace and Fred W Kennedy, along with Accountant James Moss Solomon Snr, Carlton Alexander, A Rafael Diaz, and the Hon Douglas Orane, from whom he took over in 2011. Among the key areas he addressed were the company’s foray into manufacturing in the 1950s, GK in the 1970s, the company’s expansion into financial services in the 1990s, and its commitment to nation-building and corporate social responsibility. The work of GraceKennedy’s Foundations in education as a life changing tool for hundreds of young people was mentioned by the Group CEO as a company highlight.

But it was GraceKennedy’s international expansion that was singled out for great detail by Mr Wehby, who described the company’s newest subsidiary, GraceKennedy USA LLC as being ‘perhaps GraceKennedy’s most critical chapter yet’. “Up until this point there has been a huge missing link to our strategy. We were not doing our own marketing and distribution in the United States as this was being done through a third party. It would have been impossible to meet our goals and objectives without the right strategy in place,” he said. He added that GraceKennedy USA LLC will address this, and will be the game changer for the GraceKennedy Group.

He reiterated that while the company continues to grow abroad, its commitment to Jamaica is unwavering. The Group CEO shared pictures and plans of GraceKennedy’s new Headquarters to be built in downtown Kingston, starting in March of 2016. According to Mr Wehby, it was just one example of GraceKennedy’s contribution to the downtown redevelopment project.

The Group CEO shared that GraceKennedy products are now available in Jamaica, the Caribbean, North and Central America, the United Kingdom and wider Europe, Africa and Russia. “We’re excited to see where else the journey takes us,” he said, adding, “I have shared our story from 1922 to present with you today, but know that exciting chapters are ahead.”

Reflecting on the lecture experience, Mr Wehby said, “I am really humbled by the turnout at the lecture, and the feedback I have received since. There are so many Jamaicans who still, after having left here, have a love for and are loyal to the Grace brand. It really moved me. They want to see us succeed, and we know that they will support us as we continue to build. GraceKennedy is blessed to have loyal consumers and customers and we will never take that for granted.”

Caribbean International Network (CIN) donates advertising for National Education Trust (NET)
Caribbean International Network (CIN) has donated an advertising package worth US$45, 000 to National Education Trust Limited (NET). The advertising package included airing 60 seconds advertisement on CIN for six weeks. CIN provides access to programs created exclusively for the Caribbean Diaspora in the United States and has a reach of the 5 boroughs of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

This gift from CIN is quite timely as it assists NET in raising its profile in the Diaspora communities in the target areas.

“As NET seeks to engage the Jamaican Diaspora, we are constantly seeking partners to share our message. Communication with our stakeholders is critical if we are to be effective in the delivery of our mandate of transforming education through philanthropy. CIN, through this gesture, has shown that it believes in what we do and gives us hope that we can do even more” stated Latoya Harris, Public Private Relationship Manager at NET.

NET mobilises financial and quality resources for schools in Jamaica and is the focal point for investment and philanthropic contributions designed to bring transformative impact to the education sector. To fulfil its mandate, NET has been working with members of the Jamaican Diaspora and is seeking to extend its reach within the Jamaican communities across the world.
CIN Lecture Series 2015

Caribbean International Network (CIN) is proud to announce the CIN Lecture Series with Presenter Don Wehby which be held on October 29, 2015 at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture.

Don Wehby CEO of GraceKennedy is looking forward to speaking at the 11th CIN Lecture Series next Thursday at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture at 7 p.m . Don's presentation "Jamiaca to the world...... the GraceKennedy story" will be an interesting and informative speech which traces Graces' history from a small entrepreneurial company to its present growth as one of the Caribbean's largest conglomerates. His talk will also focus on Graces' challenges in entering the Hispanic market , one of the fastest growing food segments in the U.S.A. 
 
It will be a wonderful evening as the lecture will preceded by a one hour cocktail reception in the foyer of the Schomburg.

NIA’s Release of first documentary “Cost of Corruption” in New York on the Caribbean International Network Ch 73
National Integrity Action (NIA) will be airing its first documentary “Cost of Corruption” on Sunday, September 13, 2015 on CIN Channel 73 and FIOS Channel 26, at 5:30 pm. This documentary can be seen in New York, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten Island. 
 
Dr Trevor Munroe, Executive Director of NIA is of the view that many Jamaicans including those in the Diaspora have very little understanding of how corruption has contributed to negative growth in national development. He therefore thought  it was vital for his organization to reach out to the Diaspora to shed light on this very critical issue. 

Dr. Munroe is urging members of the Diaspora to watch this important documentary so that they can be better informed about the devastating effects that corruption has had on Jamaica and Jamaicans both at home and in the international arena.
CIN 11th Lecture Series in NY with Don Wehby, Grace Kennedy CEO
Don Wehby CEO of Grace Kennedy Ltd. will be the presenter at the CIN 11th Annual Lecture Series in New York. Which is a free event!

Don Wehby the Chief Executive Officer of Grace Kennedy Ltd. will be the presenter at the 11th Annual CIN Lecture Series on Thursday, October 29, 2015 at New York’s Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture. The series was created by CIN’s CEO Stephen Hill who commented, “The annual lecture attracts capacity crowds and is the unique forum for intellectual dialogue between Caribbean thought leaders and members of the important New York area Caribbean Community.” Quite befitting, this year’s speaker is another private sector leader of major accomplishment.
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Junior School's Challenge Quiz To Air On CIN In New York.

The Caribbean International Network (CIN) continues to bring exciting new shows to the New York Metropolitan area on Ch. 73 , WNYE 25 and FIOS Ch. 26. See “Junior School Challenge Quiz” starting this Sunday January 11 at 6:00pm.

“Junior School Challenge Quiz” is an edifying ½ hour show featuring Jamaica’s top Prep and Primary Schools vying for the top prize for smarts in "nail-biting" finishes.

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CIN 11th Lecture Series in NY with Don Wehby, Grace Kennedy CEO
Don WehbyDon Wehby CEO of Grace Kennedy Ltd. will be the presenter at the CIN 11th Annual Lecture Series in New York. Which is a free event!

Don Wehby the Chief Executive Officer of Grace Kennedy Ltd. will be the presenter at the 11th Annual CIN Lecture Series on Thursday, October 29, 2015 at New York’s Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture. The series was created by CIN’s CEO Stephen Hill who commented, “The annual lecture attracts capacity crowds and is the unique forum for intellectual dialogue between Caribbean thought leaders and members of the important New York area Caribbean Community.” Quite befitting, this year’s speaker is another private sector leader of major accomplishment.
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COUNTRY MORE READY TO SESURE SUSTAINED ECONOMIC GROWTH – FINANCE MINISTER
By October 31, 2014

Finance and Planning Minister, Dr. the Hon. Peter Phillips, says Jamaica is now more poised than it has ever been to secure sustained economic growth.

Dr. Phillips, who delivered a lecture entitled, ‘Jamaica’s Path to Prosperity’, at CIN 10th Annual Lecture Series at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York, on October 29, pointed out that Jamaica’s aspiration for social reform rests on this upward economic trend.

“All of us would want a society in which all our people find opportunity for good employment and secure the benefits of social progress in education and health, which will enable our people to reach their full potential as human beings,” he said.

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US AND JAMAICA COULD PARTNER ON RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS – CONGRESSWOMAN CLARKE
By October 31, 2014

United States (US) Congresswoman, Yvette Clarke, says the American Government could benefit from a partnership with Jamaica on alternative energy projects.

“Jamaica has become a leader in the development of alternative energy resources and I’m hopeful that the US will learn from their example and partner with them in becoming leaders in sustainable energy in this region,” she said.

Congresswoman Clarke made the comment as she welcomed Minister of Finance and Planning, Dr. the Hon. Peter Phillips, as guest lecturer of the 10th annual Caribbean International Network (CIN) Lecture Series on Wednesday, October 29, at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York.

She said Vice President Joe Biden has expressed an interest in Jamaica’s development of alternative energy resources.

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DR. PETER DAVID PHILLIPS WILL DELIVER CIN'S TENTH ANNUAL LECTURE OCTOBER 29, 2014 "JAMAICA'S PATH TO PROSPERITY"
Tuesday, October 14, 2014  
The Caribbean International Network (C I N) invites you to attend its 10th distinguished Annual Caribbean Lecture titled “Jamaica’s Path to Prosperity”.

The Lecture on Wednesday 29th October 2014 at the Schomburg Center, the New York Public Library at 7 PM will be given by Jamaica’s Minister of Finance & Planning Dr. Peter Phillips, the architect of Jamaica’s recovery from the effects of the Great Recession of 2008. He will elaborate on the achievements over the past several months and the steps to be undertaken by the government in collaboration with the IMF.
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PHILLIPS TO LECTURE DIASPORA IN NY

Published: Thursday | June 26, 2014
The Gleaner

Peter PhillipsThe series, which was created by CIN's CEO Stephen Hill, is to be held at New York's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

"The annual lecture attracts capacity crowds and is the unique forum for intellectual dialogue between Caribbean thought leaders and members of the important New York-area Caribbean community."

According to a release, the CIN Lecture Series has become one of the premier Caribbean events in New York, attracting a cross section of diplomats, media, business and religious leaders and other noteworthy members of the Caribbean community. Each year, the lecture series attracts large audiences, with each presentation rebroadcast on CINTV, reaching the more than two million Caribbean-Americans in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The lecture will be streamed live to audiences across the world for the first time.

For more information on CIN contact: 876-906-0432/754-8449 347-448-4345 or email: mail@cintvjamaica.com, website:www.cintvjamaica.com.

 
DR. PETER DAVID PHILLIPS WILL DELIVER CIN'S TENTH ANNUAL LECTURE OCTOBER 29, 2014
June 24, 2014

Peter PhillipsDr. Peter David Phillips, Jamaica’s Minister of Finance will be the presenter at the Tenth Annual CIN Lecture Series on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at New York's Schomburg Center for research in Black Culture. The series was created by CIN's CEO Stephen Hill who commented, "The annual lecture attracts capacity crowds and is the unique forum for intellectual dialogue between Caribbean thought leaders and members of the important New York area Caribbean community." This year's speaker is another public leader of major accomplishment.

Dr. Peter David Phillips, the Jamaican Minister of Finance and Planning has enjoyed a distinguished public service resume having served six years as Minister of National Security, Minister of Health between 1995 and 1997, Minister of Special Projects in the Office of the Prime Minister from 1991 to 1994, and Senator and Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister between 1989 and 1991.

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A CLASSIC YEAR FOR DANCING DYNAMITE
Tuesday, May 27, 2014   

By Chavon Panton
Jamaica Observer

UP Up Up! Oh what a night it was when Charles Chocolate Dancing Dynamite crowned its ninth winner at the Jamaica College Auditorium in Kingston recently. Making the finals from a pack of 40 contestants were Classic Dancers, Dustville Dancers, Fearless Skankaz, and Cameron Skankers.

From this pack, it turned out to be a "classic" year for Romaine Campbell, Orlando Mullings and Stephan Bryan as they were the big winners of the night. So big that they walked away with one million and $50,000 in cash courtesy of Dancing Dynamite, Charles Chocolate and Supligen. "All our hard work campaigning day and night, little and sometimes no sleep has pay off," were the sentiments expressed by Romaine in an interview with the teenAGE Observer. The group members also shared sentiments of gratitude for the opportunity given by the Dancing Dynamite brand and are all looking forward to studying at Edna Manley School of Dance. The 'champs' also won Samsung Galaxy S5, and one year supply of credit courtesy of LIME, 3 Samsung Tablets from BIGGA, a trip to Canada from Sharty B Records and 3 tickets from JetBlue airways.

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CIN TOPS FOX, CBS, ABC AND DISCOVERY FOR CARIBBEAN VIEWERSHIP IN NEW YORK
Jamaica Observer
Friday December 13, 2014

TELEVISION cable company, Caribbean International Network (CIN) headed by Jamaican Stephen Hill has, according to a survey conducted by Hope Research Group, scored a higher viewership among people of English-speaking Caribbean heritage residing in the New York area than established television cable networks, Fox, CBS, ABC and the Discovery Channel.


CIN came out ahead with 57.2 per cent of the survey, followed by ABC with 56.0 per cent, and coming in at third place was Fox at 38.4 per cent. Then came CBS with 32.7 per cent followed by Discovery at 32.7 percent.

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GOLDING ALSO SEES THREAT OF CHINESE ENCLAVE ON GOAT ISLANDS

By Balford Henry, Observer Snr Reporter
October 27, 2013:

Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has admitted that he too has fears about Jamaica’s Goat Islands being turned into a Chinese enclave.

“The big danger is, and Mike (Henry) was right, that what we may end up with, if it proceeds, is a Chinese enclave out at Goat Islands, employing Chinese workers, handling Chinese goods and all that we are going to be able to do is to look at them from the beaches at Old Harbour,” Golding said.

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BRUCE TELLS IT AS IT IS
Published: Sunday | November 3, 2013
Ian Boyne, Contributor 
 

Bruce GoldingOne of the sharpest, most scintillating and intellectually stimulating analyses of the crisis facing Jamaica that I have seen was given by former Prime Minister Bruce Golding in his New York Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture recently.

If we ever needed any reminder that we can't afford to lose this fine intellect from the public square, that penetrating and poignant lecture provided it. Bruce Golding has a way of communicating profound truths in the clearest of ways. And he generally has a scorn for simplistic analysis, and this aversion was amply demonstrated in that lecture. Golding, for one, was very lucid about the limitation of this International Monetary Fund (IMF) path we are on, while articulating why we had to have an IMF agreement.

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GOLDING WILLING TO TESTIFY AT TIVOLI ENQUIRY, BUT…

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding is clear about one thing in relation to the proposed Commission of Enquiry into the May 2010 Tivoli Gardens operation — he will testify, but will not be ambushed.

Golding stated his position in answer to questions from an audience of mostly Jamaicans at the CIN Caribbean Lecture Series at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture, in New York City last week.

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GOLDING SAYS IMF DEAL A ‘FLEETING ILLUSION’

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding has said that while conditions imposed under the current Extended Fund Facility (EFF) agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are necessary, they will not promote investments and growth.

"Put another way, the conditions which the IMF imposes, left by themselves, will be impediments to investment and growth," Golding told an audience, including Jamaicans, at last Tuesday's CIN Lecture Series 2013 at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture in New York City.

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FORMER PM GOLDING URGES PNP ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE ‘TOUGH DECISIONS’
Published: Thursday October 24, 2013
Jovan Johnson, Gleaner Writer 
Bruce GoldingFormer Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, says the People's National Party-led Government must be bold enough to make the necessary tough decisions despite criticisms from powerful civil lobby groups. 

Golding made the comment as he delivered a lecture in the United States on Tuesday. 

The former Prime Minister under the Jamaica Labour Party administration said extraordinary leadership and followership are required to address Jamaica’s economic and social problems. 
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JAMAICA ANTI-HOMOPHOBIA STAND TO PROTEST JAMAICA ’S ANTI-GAY FORMER PRIME MINISTER AT SCHOMBURG CENTER

October 21, 2013
New York-based LGBT activist group Jamaica Anti-Homophobia Stand, in collaboration with New York Chapter of the Tivoli Committee will protest Jamaica’s anti-gay, human rights violator former Prime Minister Orette Bruce Golding, on October 22nd in New York as he makes appearances at the Schomburg Center for Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture series.



Bruce Golding has violated international human rights laws in May 2010. 73-200 Jamaicans were massacre in Tivoli Gardens by the government security forces under his order, pending a USA extradition request for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke (Jamaica’s Crime Lord), as well as for his virulent homophobic policies as prime minister, which has led to a spike in physical attacks, mob beatings, murders and other forms abuse of Jamaica's LGBT community.

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‘GOD’S WAY’ TO AIR ON CIN IN NEW YORK

October 10, 2013
God's Way

How do you keep your faith when your blessings are suddenly taken away? Jamaica can't stop talking about the exciting gospel drama 'God's Way' and now it’s airing in the biggest media market in the world, New York on CIN Ch. 73 & Fios Ch. 26.  Winner of three Actor Boy Awards: New Jamaican Play, Drama, Actor in a Supporting Role… be inspired, be uplifted, be blessed.  Quality entertainment for the entire family.  This Sunday October 13th on CIN....at 7:30pm. See Jamaica’s renowned actress Dahlia Harris in ‘God’s Way’…Don’t miss it!

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FINANCIALLY FOCUSED SPONSORED BY FIRST GLOBAL TO AIR IN NEW YORK ON CIN TV
Friday, April 15, 2014    

The Caribbean International Network CIN is proud to announce that Financially Focused a 30min. business and investment programme will air in New York on CIN TV Ch. 73 every Sunday at 12midday in New York.
 
Financially Focused is sponsored in New York by First Global, a member of the Grace Kennedy Group of Companies. The programme will provide up to date information on business and investing trends in Jamaica and the wider Caribbean that viewers can use to improve their financial lives.  

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CIN TOPS FOX, CBS, ABC AND DISCOVERY FOR CARIBBEAN VIEWERSHIP IN NEW YORK
Jamaica Observer
Friday December 13, 2014

TELEVISION cable company, Caribbean International Network (CIN) headed by Jamaican Stephen Hill has, according to a survey conducted by Hope Research Group, scored a higher viewership among people of English-speaking Caribbean heritage residing in the New York area than established television cable networks, Fox, CBS, ABC and the Discovery Channel.


CIN came out ahead with 57.2 per cent of the survey, followed by ABC with 56.0 per cent, and coming in at third place was Fox at 38.4 per cent. Then came CBS with 32.7 per cent followed by Discovery at 32.7 percent.

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GOLDING ALSO SEES THREAT OF CHINESE ENCLAVE ON GOAT ISLANDS

By Balford Henry, Observer Snr Reporter
October 27, 2013:

Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has admitted that he too has fears about Jamaica’s Goat Islands being turned into a Chinese enclave.

“The big danger is, and Mike (Henry) was right, that what we may end up with, if it proceeds, is a Chinese enclave out at Goat Islands, employing Chinese workers, handling Chinese goods and all that we are going to be able to do is to look at them from the beaches at Old Harbour,” Golding said.

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BRUCE TELLS IT AS IT IS
Published: Sunday | November 3, 2013
Ian Boyne, Contributor 
 

Bruce GoldingOne of the sharpest, most scintillating and intellectually stimulating analyses of the crisis facing Jamaica that I have seen was given by former Prime Minister Bruce Golding in his New York Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture recently.

If we ever needed any reminder that we can't afford to lose this fine intellect from the public square, that penetrating and poignant lecture provided it. Bruce Golding has a way of communicating profound truths in the clearest of ways. And he generally has a scorn for simplistic analysis, and this aversion was amply demonstrated in that lecture. Golding, for one, was very lucid about the limitation of this International Monetary Fund (IMF) path we are on, while articulating why we had to have an IMF agreement.

more>>>
 

GOLDING WILLING TO TESTIFY AT TIVOLI ENQUIRY, BUT…

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding is clear about one thing in relation to the proposed Commission of Enquiry into the May 2010 Tivoli Gardens operation — he will testify, but will not be ambushed.

Golding stated his position in answer to questions from an audience of mostly Jamaicans at the CIN Caribbean Lecture Series at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture, in New York City last week.

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GOLDING SAYS IMF DEAL A ‘FLEETING ILLUSION’

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding has said that while conditions imposed under the current Extended Fund Facility (EFF) agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are necessary, they will not promote investments and growth.

"Put another way, the conditions which the IMF imposes, left by themselves, will be impediments to investment and growth," Golding told an audience, including Jamaicans, at last Tuesday's CIN Lecture Series 2013 at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture in New York City.

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FORMER PM GOLDING URGES PNP ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE ‘TOUGH DECISIONS’
Published: Thursday October 24, 2013
Jovan Johnson, Gleaner Writer 
Bruce GoldingFormer Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, says the People's National Party-led Government must be bold enough to make the necessary tough decisions despite criticisms from powerful civil lobby groups. 

Golding made the comment as he delivered a lecture in the United States on Tuesday. 

The former Prime Minister under the Jamaica Labour Party administration said extraordinary leadership and followership are required to address Jamaica’s economic and social problems. 
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JAMAICA ANTI-HOMOPHOBIA STAND TO PROTEST JAMAICA ’S ANTI-GAY FORMER PRIME MINISTER AT SCHOMBURG CENTER

October 21, 2013
New York-based LGBT activist group Jamaica Anti-Homophobia Stand, in collaboration with New York Chapter of the Tivoli Committee will protest Jamaica’s anti-gay, human rights violator former Prime Minister Orette Bruce Golding, on October 22nd in New York as he makes appearances at the Schomburg Center for Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture series.



Bruce Golding has violated international human rights laws in May 2010. 73-200 Jamaicans were massacre in Tivoli Gardens by the government security forces under his order, pending a USA extradition request for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke (Jamaica’s Crime Lord), as well as for his virulent homophobic policies as prime minister, which has led to a spike in physical attacks, mob beatings, murders and other forms abuse of Jamaica's LGBT community.

more>>>
 

‘GOD’S WAY’ TO AIR ON CIN IN NEW YORK

October 10, 2013
God's Way

How do you keep your faith when your blessings are suddenly taken away? Jamaica can't stop talking about the exciting gospel drama 'God's Way' and now it’s airing in the biggest media market in the world, New York on CIN Ch. 73 & Fios Ch. 26.  Winner of three Actor Boy Awards: New Jamaican Play, Drama, Actor in a Supporting Role… be inspired, be uplifted, be blessed.  Quality entertainment for the entire family.  This Sunday October 13th on CIN....at 7:30pm. See Jamaica’s renowned actress Dahlia Harris in ‘God’s Way’…Don’t miss it!

For more information on CIN contact us at 876-906-0432/754-8449 347-448-4345 or email: mail@cintvjamaica.com Website: www.cintvjamaica.com Like us on: www.facebook.com/cintvjamaica Follow us on: www.twitter.com/cintvjamaica and subscribe to our Youtube page: www.youtube.com/cintvjamaica

 
FINANCIALLY FOCUSED — A NEW BUSINESS SHOW AIRS ON BOTH JAMAICAN AND NEW YORK TV

Jamaica Observer

Friday, April 04, 2014    

Financially Focused, a 30-minute business and investing programme, will showcase Jamaican and Caribbean thought leaders on New York and Jamaican television each week. Caribbean International Network (CIN TV) welcomed the show with Stephen Hill, CIN TV's CEO, saying, "We need to develop the financial sector's outreach to the Diaspora and create a weekly platform for members of the financial and business community to take their message to Jamaicans and Caribbean nationals living overseas." The programme is executive produced and hosted by Dennise Williams with Al Edwards and Erica Crawford Bryan as co-hosts.

Locally, Financially Focused will be aired on CVM Television on Sundays at 6pm as well as PBC Jamaica.

In New York, the programme will be aired on Sundays on CIN at 12:00 noon weekly.

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CIN TOPS FOX, CBS, ABC AND DISCOVERY FOR CARIBBEAN VIEWERSHIP IN NEW YORK
Jamaica Observer
Friday December 13, 2013

TELEVISION cable company, Caribbean International Network (CIN) headed by Jamaican Stephen Hill has, according to a survey conducted by Hope Research Group, scored a higher viewership among people of English-speaking Caribbean heritage residing in the New York area than established television cable networks, Fox, CBS, ABC and the Discovery Channel.


CIN came out ahead with 57.2 per cent of the survey, followed by ABC with 56.0 per cent, and coming in at third place was Fox at 38.4 per cent. Then came CBS with 32.7 per cent followed by Discovery at 32.7 percent.

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GOLDING ALSO SEES THREAT OF CHINESE ENCLAVE ON GOAT ISLANDS

By Balford Henry, Observer Snr Reporter
October 27, 2013:

Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has admitted that he too has fears about Jamaica’s Goat Islands being turned into a Chinese enclave.

“The big danger is, and Mike (Henry) was right, that what we may end up with, if it proceeds, is a Chinese enclave out at Goat Islands, employing Chinese workers, handling Chinese goods and all that we are going to be able to do is to look at them from the beaches at Old Harbour,” Golding said.

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BRUCE TELLS IT AS IT IS
Published: Sunday | November 3, 2013
Ian Boyne, Contributor 
 

Bruce GoldingOne of the sharpest, most scintillating and intellectually stimulating analyses of the crisis facing Jamaica that I have seen was given by former Prime Minister Bruce Golding in his New York Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture recently.

If we ever needed any reminder that we can't afford to lose this fine intellect from the public square, that penetrating and poignant lecture provided it. Bruce Golding has a way of communicating profound truths in the clearest of ways. And he generally has a scorn for simplistic analysis, and this aversion was amply demonstrated in that lecture. Golding, for one, was very lucid about the limitation of this International Monetary Fund (IMF) path we are on, while articulating why we had to have an IMF agreement.

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GOLDING WILLING TO TESTIFY AT TIVOLI ENQUIRY, BUT…

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding is clear about one thing in relation to the proposed Commission of Enquiry into the May 2010 Tivoli Gardens operation — he will testify, but will not be ambushed.

Golding stated his position in answer to questions from an audience of mostly Jamaicans at the CIN Caribbean Lecture Series at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture, in New York City last week.

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GOLDING SAYS IMF DEAL A ‘FLEETING ILLUSION’

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding has said that while conditions imposed under the current Extended Fund Facility (EFF) agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are necessary, they will not promote investments and growth.

"Put another way, the conditions which the IMF imposes, left by themselves, will be impediments to investment and growth," Golding told an audience, including Jamaicans, at last Tuesday's CIN Lecture Series 2013 at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture in New York City.

more>>>
 
 
FORMER PM GOLDING URGES PNP ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE ‘TOUGH DECISIONS’
Published: Thursday October 24, 2013
Jovan Johnson, Gleaner Writer 
Bruce GoldingFormer Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, says the People's National Party-led Government must be bold enough to make the necessary tough decisions despite criticisms from powerful civil lobby groups. 

Golding made the comment as he delivered a lecture in the United States on Tuesday. 

The former Prime Minister under the Jamaica Labour Party administration said extraordinary leadership and followership are required to address Jamaica’s economic and social problems. 
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JAMAICA ANTI-HOMOPHOBIA STAND TO PROTEST JAMAICA ’S ANTI-GAY FORMER PRIME MINISTER AT SCHOMBURG CENTER

October 21, 2013
New York-based LGBT activist group Jamaica Anti-Homophobia Stand, in collaboration with New York Chapter of the Tivoli Committee will protest Jamaica’s anti-gay, human rights violator former Prime Minister Orette Bruce Golding, on October 22nd in New York as he makes appearances at the Schomburg Center for Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture series.



Bruce Golding has violated international human rights laws in May 2010. 73-200 Jamaicans were massacre in Tivoli Gardens by the government security forces under his order, pending a USA extradition request for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke (Jamaica’s Crime Lord), as well as for his virulent homophobic policies as prime minister, which has led to a spike in physical attacks, mob beatings, murders and other forms abuse of Jamaica's LGBT community.

more>>>
 

‘GOD’S WAY’ TO AIR ON CIN IN NEW YORK

October 10, 2013
God's Way

How do you keep your faith when your blessings are suddenly taken away? Jamaica can't stop talking about the exciting gospel drama 'God's Way' and now it’s airing in the biggest media market in the world, New York on CIN Ch. 73 & Fios Ch. 26.  Winner of three Actor Boy Awards: New Jamaican Play, Drama, Actor in a Supporting Role… be inspired, be uplifted, be blessed.  Quality entertainment for the entire family.  This Sunday October 13th on CIN....at 7:30pm. See Jamaica’s renowned actress Dahlia Harris in ‘God’s Way’…Don’t miss it!

For more information on CIN contact us at 876-906-0432/754-8449 347-448-4345 or email: mail@cintvjamaica.com Website: www.cintvjamaica.com Like us on: www.facebook.com/cintvjamaica Follow us on: www.twitter.com/cintvjamaica and subscribe to our Youtube page: www.youtube.com/cintvjamaica

 
EXPORTERS IGNORING TV ROUTE INTO US MARKET, SAYS CIN

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer Senior staff reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com

Sunday, January 26, 2014    

NEW York-based Caribbean media network boss, Stephen Hill, believes that Jamaican exporters are ignoring the most critical route into the huge North American diaspora market, that of television.

And Hill is in a position to know, because he owns the Caribbean International Network (CIN-TV), an internationally-broadcast English language television channel in the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut) which focuses on Caribbean culture, news, sports, lifestyle, opinions, and entertainment, watched by over half-a-million Caribbean nationals daily on channels 73 and 25.

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CIN TOPS FOX, CBS, ABC AND DISCOVERY FOR CARIBBEAN VIEWERSHIP IN NEW YORK
Jamaica Observer
Friday December 13, 2013

TELEVISION cable company, Caribbean International Network (CIN) headed by Jamaican Stephen Hill has, according to a survey conducted by Hope Research Group, scored a higher viewership among people of English-speaking Caribbean heritage residing in the New York area than established television cable networks, Fox, CBS, ABC and the Discovery Channel.


CIN came out ahead with 57.2 per cent of the survey, followed by ABC with 56.0 per cent, and coming in at third place was Fox at 38.4 per cent. Then came CBS with 32.7 per cent followed by Discovery at 32.7 percent.

more>>>
 
GOLDING ALSO SEES THREAT OF CHINESE ENCLAVE ON GOAT ISLANDS

By Balford Henry, Observer Snr Reporter
October 27, 2013:

Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has admitted that he too has fears about Jamaica’s Goat Islands being turned into a Chinese enclave.

“The big danger is, and Mike (Henry) was right, that what we may end up with, if it proceeds, is a Chinese enclave out at Goat Islands, employing Chinese workers, handling Chinese goods and all that we are going to be able to do is to look at them from the beaches at Old Harbour,” Golding said.

more>>>
 
BRUCE TELLS IT AS IT IS
Published: Sunday | November 3, 2013
Ian Boyne, Contributor 
 

Bruce GoldingOne of the sharpest, most scintillating and intellectually stimulating analyses of the crisis facing Jamaica that I have seen was given by former Prime Minister Bruce Golding in his New York Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture recently.

If we ever needed any reminder that we can't afford to lose this fine intellect from the public square, that penetrating and poignant lecture provided it. Bruce Golding has a way of communicating profound truths in the clearest of ways. And he generally has a scorn for simplistic analysis, and this aversion was amply demonstrated in that lecture. Golding, for one, was very lucid about the limitation of this International Monetary Fund (IMF) path we are on, while articulating why we had to have an IMF agreement.

more>>>
 

GOLDING WILLING TO TESTIFY AT TIVOLI ENQUIRY, BUT…

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding is clear about one thing in relation to the proposed Commission of Enquiry into the May 2010 Tivoli Gardens operation — he will testify, but will not be ambushed.

Golding stated his position in answer to questions from an audience of mostly Jamaicans at the CIN Caribbean Lecture Series at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture, in New York City last week.

more>>>
 
GOLDING SAYS IMF DEAL A ‘FLEETING ILLUSION’

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com 
Sunday, October 27, 2013 

Bruce GoldingFORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding has said that while conditions imposed under the current Extended Fund Facility (EFF) agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are necessary, they will not promote investments and growth.

"Put another way, the conditions which the IMF imposes, left by themselves, will be impediments to investment and growth," Golding told an audience, including Jamaicans, at last Tuesday's CIN Lecture Series 2013 at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture in New York City.

more>>>
 
 
FORMER PM GOLDING URGES PNP ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE ‘TOUGH DECISIONS’
Published: Thursday October 24, 2013
Jovan Johnson, Gleaner Writer 
Bruce GoldingFormer Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, says the People's National Party-led Government must be bold enough to make the necessary tough decisions despite criticisms from powerful civil lobby groups. 

Golding made the comment as he delivered a lecture in the United States on Tuesday. 

The former Prime Minister under the Jamaica Labour Party administration said extraordinary leadership and followership are required to address Jamaica’s economic and social problems. 
more>>>

JAMAICA ANTI-HOMOPHOBIA STAND TO PROTEST JAMAICA ’S ANTI-GAY FORMER PRIME MINISTER AT SCHOMBURG CENTER

October 21, 2013
New York-based LGBT activist group Jamaica Anti-Homophobia Stand, in collaboration with New York Chapter of the Tivoli Committee will protest Jamaica’s anti-gay, human rights violator former Prime Minister Orette Bruce Golding, on October 22nd in New York as he makes appearances at the Schomburg Center for Caribbean International Network (CIN) lecture series.



Bruce Golding has violated international human rights laws in May 2010. 73-200 Jamaicans were massacre in Tivoli Gardens by the government security forces under his order, pending a USA extradition request for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke (Jamaica’s Crime Lord), as well as for his virulent homophobic policies as prime minister, which has led to a spike in physical attacks, mob beatings, murders and other forms abuse of Jamaica's LGBT community.

more>>>
 

‘GOD’S WAY’ TO AIR ON CIN IN NEW YORK

October 10, 2013
God's Way

How do you keep your faith when your blessings are suddenly taken away? Jamaica can't stop talking about the exciting gospel drama 'God's Way' and now it’s airing in the biggest media market in the world, New York on CIN Ch. 73 & Fios Ch. 26.  Winner of three Actor Boy Awards: New Jamaican Play, Drama, Actor in a Supporting Role… be inspired, be uplifted, be blessed.  Quality entertainment for the entire family.  This Sunday October 13th on CIN....at 7:30pm. See Jamaica’s renowned actress Dahlia Harris in ‘God’s Way’…Don’t miss it!

For more information on CIN contact us at 876-906-0432/754-8449 347-448-4345 or email: mail@cintvjamaica.com Website: www.cintvjamaica.com Like us on: www.facebook.com/cintvjamaica Follow us on: www.twitter.com/cintvjamaica and subscribe to our Youtube page: www.youtube.com/cintvjamaica

 

BRUCE GOLDING FOR CIN LECTURE SERIES IN NEW YORK

September 18, 2013
Bruce Golding

The Honourable Orette Bruce Golding, former Prime Minister of Jamaica, will be the presenter at The CIN Lecture Series in New York at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture on Tuesday October 22nd, 2013 at 7pm.

Bruce Golding gave 35 years of service in the Parliament of Jamaica from the early age of 24. Founder and first President of the National Democratic Movement, Bruce Golding was elected Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party in 2005 and in 2007 he was elected as Jamaica's eighth Prime Minister. He served for 4 years before his resignation and retirement in 2011. He led the Jamaica Labour Party to victory in 2007 after they were in Opposition to the Peoples National Party for 19 years.

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SCHOOLS’ CHALLENGE QUIZ & MISSION CATWALK
TO AIR IN NEW YORK ON CIN!

September 10, 2013
School's Challenge Quiz

The Caribbean International Network (CIN) continues to bring exciting new shows to their metro New York viewers on channels 73 and 25. "Schools’ Challenge Quiz" and "Mission Catwalk" starting Sunday September 22nd.



"Schools' Challenge Quiz" is the longest running show in the Caribbean - 44 years - and will be aired in New York starting at 12:30pm (Sept. 22nd). This show features the top 40 Jamaican Secondary Schools (2 at a time) vying for the main prize in "nail-biting" finishes.

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CIN NAMED OFFICIAL TV CHANNEL FOR

WEST INDIAN LABOUR DAY PARADE
August 19, 2013
Oliver Samuels

The Caribbean International Network (CIN) has been chosen as the official television channel for the West Indian Labour Day Parade. Thomas Bailey, the President of the West Indian American Day Carnival Association said, “CIN has long been a close friend of the parade and we welcome this year’s important contribution. Their channel provides valuable promotion for the parade and all the week’s events.”

The parade draws over 2 million revelers each year and is considered one of the largest parades in the entire USA. The day-long event celebrating West Indian history and culture unfolds on Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway in an unmatched array of colorful costumes, enchanting dancers powerful bands, magnificent floats and food, food and more food. Under the theme “Celebrate Our Caribbean Pride and Culture,” the biggest expression of Caribbean-ness in North America will mark the event’s 46th anniversary.

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  • 1:30 p.m. - Nyammings
  • 5:30 p.m. - Hill and Gully Ride
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  • 7:00 p.m. - Entertainment Report
  • 7:30 p.m. - Domino Effect
  • 11:00 p.m. - Domino Effect (repeat)
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