Nov. 28, 2012
-- Headquartered in South Florida, the gateway to the Caribbean and positioned to launch in the Fall of 2013, the Caribbean Media Network will serve as the premier media network of the Caribbean, the Americas and Europe, as well serve as digital information platform presenting multilingual, multicultural, multimedia interactive news, sports and entertainment programming. With electronic media currently serving as the primary source of media content distribution the Caribbean Media Network will embrace existing technologies to distribute innovative programming allowing patrons to interact with program content in real time. For a limited time you can become a partner in this innovative media entity.
“The Caribbean is one of the most unique and underexposed geographic regions in the world and it’s only fair to give others the opportunity to become a part of this innovative media venture,” states Paul van Putten, of the Caribbean Media Network. “This will be the first media venture of its kind allowing patrons to seamless engage and become involved in decisions 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.”
Though the crowfunding site, Go Fund Me http://www.gofundme.com/1eezio
the Caribbean Media Network, Inc., the Caribbean Media Network is getting partners to provide 24/7 multilingual, multicultural, interactive, multi-media programming and allowing patrons to own a piece of the Caribbean. Innovative incentives including Caribbean Media Products, VIP Passes to Caribbean Media Events and Your Own Television Program are being offered to those who partner with the network. Join us through becoming a partner. Visit http://www.ownapieceofthecaribbean.com
to gain more information on how you can play an active role in this innovative media project. Join us as we bring the Caribbean to the world. Partner with the Caribbean Media Network.