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Caribbean Sky TV – A new Caribbean Concept In American TV
By Gerry Hopkins, J.D. Hopkinscg@gmail.com

Brooklyn, NYC – New Yorkers can now view the hot new programming of Caribbean Sky TV (CSTV) on four different channels in the city.  The initiative, which was launched in May of 2009 by its creator, Henderson “Spice Rock” Elcock at one of his signature projects, “The 5th Annual Mother’s Day Show 2009″ in Brooklyn, is an inclusive source of Caribbean American information and entertainment.

The Mission

CSTV’s mission is to capture the very best of the expressive culture of the Caribbean through quality live taping ans still photography that cover major Caribbean events, and to present it all in a professionally produced TV show that can be viewed in the living rooms of viewers.

What, Who & Where

On CSTV, viewers can expect everything from live music concerts, music videos, social events and much more of the Caribbean in and around world.  As Spice Rock puts it, “The sky is the limit.”

Our viewers run the gamut from the West Indian who may simply want to savor and follow the packaged celebrations of Caribbean culture in North America, to the non-caribbean viewer who is curious about Caribbean culture.

The show produced by Caribbean Sky TV may be viewed on the following channels
68 (cablevision), 35 (Time Warner), 43 (Verizon), 88 (RCN), and on www.caribbeanSky.tv at 7:30 p.m. each Saturday.

The Creator

Known for his many entrepreneurial ventures, Spice Rock has certainly done it again with this new initiative.  The native of Grenada who came to the Unitied states 22 years ago bent on fulfilling the American dream, has already accomplished a moderately impressive music career, launched a widely listened to radio station (96.7 FM/spicemusic.net), opened a restaurant and beauty salons, and is now venturing into TV and photography with Caribbean Sky, which he says “Is here to stay.”

So turn on, tune in and log on, and stay put.

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