Saturday, April 20, 2024

Super station launched in Oistins


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IT’S?new, it’s different, it’s exciting and for five million people across the region, the Caribbean Super Station (CSS) will be the go-to station.
Last night in Oistins before dozens of locals and tourists, the Caribbean Super Station, the latest entity in the One Caribbean Media (OCM) Network, was officially launched.
Chief executive officer of the OCM radio network, Vic Fernandes, said the new station on 97.5 FM, which went on air from Monday, was transmitting to eight countries “with more to come”.
“If something is happening in our region, this is the station that you will go to. If it is about the weather, if there is an earthquake, tsunami, some civil disturbance, we hope not, but if it is, we are going to be there” he said.


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