Vision Caribbean TV is taking their popular Top Ten Reggae Countdown along with the rest of their original programming online. Currently their programs air on basic cable in Toronto Canada and is available in over 3 million households via all cable providers in Ontario including Rogers, Bell, Cogeco and others, but the 3 million households is not enough for the double award winning media company, CEO Alwin Squire said.
“The internet has expanded our borders and is allowing us to reach the whole world. Why limit our selves to millions locally when we can reach billions globally.” “Its actually a lot cheaper to publish content online through OTT platforms than it is to broadcast content locally through cable network providers.” the Vision Caribbean TV CEO went on to say.
Vision Caribbean TV is a 24 hour TV network that specializes in content from the Caribbean and for the Caribbean Diaspora around the globe. They play movies, documentaries, music videos, and dramas. Vision Caribbean TV is the sister company of Vision Newspaper Canada which is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. Although Vision Caribbean TV’s headquarters are in Toronto Canada, the company was actually founded in the United Kingdom by Junior Whyte aka Catman, a popular radio presenter in London England.
Catman hosts the networks most popular program the “Top Ten Reggae Countdown” show, plays on the radio once per week in London England on a program called the “God Alone Radio Show” which airs every Monday at 9pm on CityLockRadio, and host his own Facebook Live radio show every Friday called “Cat Corner”.
Vision Caribbean TV’s new TV app will be available soon on iOS and Android operating platforms. The new TV app will allow viewers to watch Vision Caribbean TV’s live content anywhere, anytime on mobile phones and tablets. As well as it will feature popular on demand movies, documentaries, TV shows, and more, all Caribbean content.