Nov. 20, 2012
-- Linking the Caribbean to the world the Global Caribbean Media Initiative
(GCMI) was formed with the intent of closing the digital divide. With the Caribbean being one of the most progression regions in the western hemisphere the Global Caribbean Media Initiative fosters unity through the Caribbean and the globe through partnering with organizations, patrons and ministries to unify the Caribbean though technology. This innovative technological initiative is focused on providing 24/7 interactive media technology throughout the Caribbean allowing residents and stakeholders the opportunity to seamlessly receive and send information using various media formats throughout the Caribbean and other regions around the world.
Through progressive partnership, the Global Caribbean Media Initiating will allow the 41+ million residents, 40 million nationals and global stakeholders the unique opportunity to engage in interactive media allowing for interactive news, education and entertainment information to be seamlessly distributed globally.
Formed by at team of innovative media technology specialist the Global Caribbean Media Initiative is seeking partners to establish this unique media venture.
“The Caribbean is one of the most culturally unique geographic regions in the world and it’s only fair to give the public the opportunity to become a part of this innovative media venture,” stated Paul van Putten, of the Global Caribbean Media Initiative. “This will be the first media venture of its kind allowing patrons to seamless engage and become involved in the decision making process regarding programming and media content. We live in a world that is becoming more technologically advanced every day, and technology users should be able to engage with their media content with ease. That is the goal of the Caribbean Media Initiative.”
For additional information about the Global Caribbean Media Initiative contact 954.205.5201 or email@example.com