||Last Updated: Apr 8, 2019 - 12:17:22 PM
Nassau, Bahamas - Bahamians across The Bahamas will be able to follow Bahamian CARIFTA athletes on local Cable 12 television each evening over the Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday as they give their all to win gold for kin and country. Sports Media Marketing in association with Riveting Media will provide nightly coverage of the games on Cable 12 TV during the Easter Holiday weekend. Producers are accommodating real fans in the broadcast by using Outback Steak House grounds in Nassau as their TV production facilities and hosting a viewing party each evening from the popular steak house. Fans will be able to see the raw feeds from the game site all afternoon at Outback even before the show goes live on Cable TV at 8 p.m.
The broadcast is a collaboration of independent sports journalist and technical media personnel, making broadcast history by bringing coverage from the Swimming Competitions staged in Barbados and Track & Field from The Cayman Islands.
The almost 50 year history of the CARIFTA Games carries an Olympic like fervor, a reputation of launching many big notable sports careers and elite athletes such as Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace, Jamaica’s golden girls, The Bahamas Golden Girls, the Golden Knights Shaunae Miller-Uibo, and Jamaica’s Usain Bolt. Bahamian companies wanting to reach local and regional audiences during the games with their TV commercials should contact Ad Agent Azaleta on (242) 557 0981 in Nassau.
The Bahamas TV cable 12 is among 10 television stations in the region presently contracted to air the prestigious regional games in Jamaica, Barbados, St Lucia, Cayman and Trinidad. With 24 countries participating in the games and over 800 student athletes in competition, more stations are signing up daily.
The games air at 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday on Cable TV beginning each broadcast with the highlights of the day’s events then coverage from the Cayman Islands and Barbados including the Finals.
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