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Program Archives
 
Muzikmedia Panel Discussion
Muzikmedia Panel Discussion on President elect Obama Pt2

 
 
MZM Special Panel Discussion
Muzikmedia Panel Discussion on President elect Obama

 
 
Caribbean News
Victory welcome for Jamaican Olympic champions,

Spain funds $43M Guyana hinterland rice project.

'EPA nightmare may cripple Caribbean,'

Migrant labor from El Salvador questioned,

Antigua-Barbuda is not entirely opposed to Trinidad initiative.

and more........


 
 
First Born Live
Guyana's #1 reggae group performing live at S.O.B'S in New York city

 
 
Africa United pt2
Africa United part two, feat. Spragga, Sizzla, Capleton & more.....

 
 
Africa United Highlights Pt 1
Performances by Rihanna, John Legend, 2 Face Idiba, The Marleys, Timeka Marshall & many more

 
 
Muzikmedia panel discussion on crime in the Caribbean Part Two
PART 2 OF Mzm panel discussion

 
 
Violence against women act
The Violence against women's act provides a remedy for persons who.........

 
 
Muzikmedia panel discussion on crime in the Caribbean
Mr. Enrico Woolford A Journalist from Guyana, Stan Matthews CABA vice Pres. & Clairmont Chung discusses the cause of crime in the Caribbean especially Guyana.

 
 
Mzm special on Dr. Walter Rodney
Muzikmedia celebrates Black History Month with a special on Dr. Walter Rodney

 
 
Bob Marley Special
Muzikmedia celebrates Black History Month honoring Bro Bob Marley

 
 
I-Wayne Behine the sceene
The Making of "Book of life "Video

 
 
Tarrus Riley @ NJ Reggae Fest
Tarrus Riley Live at New Jersey Reggae fest 2007

 
 
Irie Jamboree Highlights 07' Pt. 2
Performances By Morgon Heritage, Tony Matterhorn, Lady Saw, Beenie Man, Luciano & Stephen Marley & Surprise.....

 
 
Irie Jamboree Highlights 07' Pt. 1
Performance of Etana, Da' ville, Mr. Easy, Munga, Anthony B,Mr. Vegas and more at Irie Jamboree '07

 
 
Caribbean News
Guyana to benefit from US 355 million in debt relief
Portia Simpson Miller calls election date in Jamaica
Chavez buys submarine and arms for Global revolution
Inter Island Ferries for OECS,
and more..........


 
 
Making of Wayne wonder Video
Wayne wonder Behind the sceen for "Again" music video which was Directed by Dir. Jay Will

 
 
Law & you
Muzikmedia introduces to you Ms Joan O. Pinnock, Ms. Pinnock, Esq. an Immigration attorney for the past ten years tells us of the increase in prices for the US citizenship.

 
 
Lady Saw chat with Muzikmedia
Lady Saw talks about her new album Walk out, her as a person and much more. Part one of two parts

 
 
Law & You
A viewer wanted to extend her stay in the US without violating the time INS gave for her to remain. Attorney Chung advised the viewer to file an application to extend her stay and to do so in a timely manner.

 
 
Caribbean News
Grenada Thirteen to be given a second chance at Justice,
Terror Suspects Daughter arrested for guns in Guyana,
Surinamese Dictator ordered to face trial
And St Lucian UWP brings in UK Cops, sends locals on leave and more..


 
 
Georgia Music Fest
Faye Ann & KMC Live on stage

 
 
Caribbean News
Guyanese and Trinidadian, nabbed in terror plot to bomb JFK,
NO devaluation for the Bajan Dollar,
Castro is preparing to get back on the job,
Trinidads government stands ready to assist the US against Terror Plots.
and much more....


 
 
Marcia Griffiths Interview
Marcia Griffiths chats with Muzikmedia

 
 
Making of Lady Saw Video
Less than a woman

 
 
Caribbean News
Trade Unions threaten to lockdown hotel construction site in Jamaica
Police remain silent over CCTV images in Woolmer probe
New road from Suriname to Guyana
and much more......

 
 
Caribbean News


 
 
Caribbean News
Jamaica opens World cup opens with much success,
Possible delay in Trinidads local elections,
Jamaica gets failing grade on Human Rights,
Increased flight available to accommodate world cup patrons,
Guyana president and media at verbal war,
Antigua struggles to recruit magistrates and many more......


 
 
Facts N' Roses creates a storm
Facts N' Roses Fashion Show feat. Voicemail in Georgetown, Guyana

 
 
Caribbean News
T&T Opposition and Amnesty International Clash over Death Penalty

Roger Khan Refuse Bail. (Live footage)

Turks & Caicos unveils plans for Elections

BVI hits hard with Jamaican Visa requirements

Guyana rolls the dice on Casino gambling

Protestors Say Guantanamo Prison

Problems for US takeover of Cuba: Raul Castro is in charge!


 
 
Destra Live
Destra Live in Guyana

 
 
Interview with Hon. Edward Seaga
Former Prime Minister of Jamaica, The Honorable Edward Seaga and his wife Carla recently visited Harlem, NYC: the Mecca of African culture in the Diaspora

 
 
Caribbean News
Confusion reigns in St Lucia

Inflation rates skyrocketing in Trinidad and Tobago

No Bail for Berbick Killers

Contracting controversial Ex- US Police commissioner Kerik to reform Guyanas police force is cast in stone

& more......


 
 
Caribbean News
Sad news for the Caribbeans banana exporting islands, as they say Goodbye, to preferential treatment.

Son of Prominent physician, turns suspect, in vagrant slayings, in Suriname.

Nephew charged, with death of boxing star, Trevor Berbick.

& much more ......

 
 
Entertainment Minute
Entertainment Minute Oct. 13th.

 
 
NY CARNIVAL 2K6 Part 2 of 2
New York Labour Day Carnival 2K6 on Eastern Parkway






 
 
Making of Seperate music video
Behind the scene of Timeka Marshall Video "seperate" shot in Jamaica

 
 
Caribbean News
Guyana and Barbados to cooperate on Immigration issues

Patrick Manning throws Casino Gambling out the door!

Prison a safe haven for Jamaican Gays?
& more......

 
 
Entertainment Minute
Bad news and sad news, this week, as we roll with the blows

Its Soca at the Apollo..no more

NACC has announced its Top 40 Calypsoes & much more.....

 
 
NY CARNIVAL 2K6 Part 1 of 2
New York Labour Day Carnival 2K6 on Eastern Parkway

 
 
DC Carnival 2K6
Muzikmedia highlights of Washington DC carnival '06

 
 
Entertainment Minute
Annual International Soca Music Awards takes place at the Apollo Theater in Harlem New York , Tanya Stephens "Rebelution" album to be released on VP Records, Wyclef added to World Creole Music Fest line up plus more

 
 
T.O.K. LIVE
T.O.K Performing live @ Club Tobago in Queens, NY Part 2

 
 
Entertainment Minute
As dancehall mingles with hip hop, Brick and Lace records with Obie Trice and Sean Paul to tour with Mariah Carey plus more

 
 
Entertainment Minute
Jay Z surprises Rihanna on the today show, St Lucia's Food And Rum Festival in October and Johnny Depp to live in the Bahamas plus more

 
 
Entertainment Minute
In this week; World Creole music festival, Gays Protest against Jamaican Artistes and more...

 
 
Entertainment minute july 12
Big names from the big screen visit the Caribbean...Robin Williams, Alicia Keys and more PLUS Jamie Foxx responds to controversial views bout the Marley film project

 
 
Caribbean News
HIV/ Aids report sparks controversy in Barbados over legalization of prostititution

Violence erupts in Haitian Capital Port au Prince

Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott severs relationship with Trinidad Theatre Workshop

Cricket fans travel hassle free for ICC Cricket World Cup
And more........

 
 
A Day with Natural Blacks
Hype TV tours with Natural Blacks in his homeland Guyana

 
 
Paradise Islands Carnival Band Launch
St. Lucias carnival band launches their Costume for Labor Day Parade 2K6

 
 
A Day with Mr. Lexx
Mr. Lexx spends a day with Hype Usa. From the hotel to studio to restaurant

 
 
Entertainment Minute
A 60 second round up of entertainment news from around the caribbean

 
 
Entertainment Minute
A 60 second round up of entertainment news from around the caribbean

 
 
Gyptian Live in Washinton DC
Gyptian on the Waterfront

 
 
T.O.K. LIVE
T.O.K Performing live @ Club Tobago in Queens, NY

 
 
Trinidad's Carnival '06
Carnival Tuesday Highlights Part 1.

 
 
Caribbean News
Barbados police ban passa passa parties.

Opposition commissioners threaten to resign from the Guyana elections commission.

Outgoing Haitian President calls for corruption probe into his administration.

Its a wage war in the Jamaican Public sector.


Wall street firm says the Caribbean may be overinvesting in Cricket world cup 2007.
and many more.....


 
 
Trinidad's Carnival '06
Panorama Finals

 
 
Trinidad Insomnia 2006
Alison Hinds, Machel Montano, Mr. Vegas & Red Rat

 
 
Linden Town week (Guyana)
Highlights of Linden town week one-hour special

 
 
Caribbean News
Two Trinidadian teenagers are charged with the brutal buggery and murder of a U.S citizen.

Brokeback controversy in the Bahamas.

UN concerned about overcrowding in Haitis prisons.

Caribbean grapples with cement crisis.

Barbados promises gas for every household

and Guyana could be the weakest link for the Single market and Economy


 
 
Guyana President press confernce
Guyana President press confernce in Queens, NY

 
 
Interview with Baby Cham
Baby Cham @ Club A, New York

 
 
Caribbean News
New Haitian president to visit his US counterpart this month.

Murder rate drops in Jamaica

The UN launches a new emergency fund for Caribbean nations

the Trinidad Government to challenge U.S. Steel pan patent.

Passa Passa hits Grenada like a storm
these stories & more....


 
 
Caribbean News
Barbados named as a channel for terrorist funding.

Bird flu dismissed as cause for massive bird deaths in bahamas.

Guyana seeking US help in arms probe and

Haiti's new President to be sworn in, in April.

Dominica Carnival marred by murder and lawlessness and

St Vincents tourism development threatens farmers.
these stories and many more.......


 
 
I-Wayne EPK
Courtesy of VP. Records

 
 
Caribbean News
St Vincent said it's ready to recognize a new Government in Haiti.

Illegal arms shipment intercepted in Guyana.

Political tensions escalate in Suriname.

and Tobago police step up patrols for Carnival season in the wake of increased tourist attacks.
These stories and more on Muzikmedia Caribbean news.


 
 
Caribbean News
Manning cagey over Chavez deal.

UN says Haiti ready for elections

Soldiers guarding fragile dam in Guyana

ST. VINCENT: Opposition not budget optimistic'

Jailed Roman Catholic priest flown to the US for medical treatment

Dominicas Carnival gets largest single sponsor

Shortage of Jamaican workers in the

Cayman Islands blamed on strict balancing policy

 
 
Caribbeans News
In Haiti there's severe power rationing in the metro area.

A controversial "no gays hotel" is within the law, a government source says.

Flooding in Trinidad and more in Guyana wreaks havoc.

There's been a split in the ruling Dominica Labour Party

Antigua's increased crime rate is linked to the jump in deportees.

Piracy killing record store sales in Jamaica.

& Quality accommodation for World Cup cricket covered


 
 
Caribbeans News
In Haiti kidnappings and killings continue and it seems elections will again be postponed for a fourth time.

Jamaica awaits Government's new anti-crime plans

Antigua rolls out its Caricom passports this month
and more......

 
 
Caribbeans News
Grenadas Trade Union Congress has threatened a month long strike against 5 percent tax.

Haiti elections may have to be postponed again for a fourth time.

Barbados sends home British kidnapping suspects for the holidays.

Five murdered in Trinidad over Christmas weekend
and many more...........

 
 
Caribbeans News
Prisoners in Bermuda will soon half to pay rent for half-way house stays.

Consultations on the appointment of the Chancellor and Chief justice in Guyana are stalled.

Trinidads opposition leader to go on trial in two weeks.

Air Jamaica looking to expand its routes again.

Haiti apologizes to the Dominican republic for violence.
These stories & many more......

 
 
Dobby Dobson chats with MZM
Dobby Dobson played no small part in the early development of the music we now call reggae with his enduring classic "Loving Pauper". He spoke about this and many more.

 
 
Kiprich EPK
Courtesy of VP Records

 
 
Caribbeans News
Four Guyanese men were arrested smuggling cocaine into neighboring Suriname.

Theres a suspected plot of by South Africans to sabotage Haitis upcoming elections.


Trinidad to boost its security with the intriduction of the Single Market and Economy.

Dengue fever confirmed in the Cayman Islands.

Jobs boom in Barbados.
and manymore.....

 
 
Caribbeans News
Trinidads Attorney general talks tough against corrupt public officials.

A woman is the clear favourite to succeed Jamaicas Prime Minister, P.J. Patterson.

Six Guyanese arrested in cocaine in timber bust

Surinames Government is heavily criticized for increasing its own transportation allowances.

& many more

 
 
Sizzla chats with muzik media
Sizzla live @ NJ Reggae Fest 2K5

 
 
Lee Scratch Perry chats with MZM
Lee 'Scratch' Perry is one of a kind- we're talking about a (literally) insanely inspried producer/musician/singer/shaman who goes back to early sessions with Bob Marley to producing the Clash and putting out dozens of albums in as many guises

 
 
Caribbeans News
Haiti's presidential elections postponed yet a fourth time.

Jamaica's murder rate hits an all time high.

corpses on Guyana's city streets pose a serious health hazard, police say.

New witness in Trinidad bribe for contracts scandal could lead to more high-ranking arrests.
and many more.........


 
 
Caribbeans News
Trinidad's A.G among names on a hit list found in the home of a relative of a jailed Jamaat executive member.

The multi-millions of a dead suspected gangster untouchable to Jamaican police.

Haiti has set a date for its elections

Suriname for now is clear off the bird flu list
& many more......

 
 
Coco Tea & Richie Stephens chatz with MZM
Coco Tea & Richie Stephens Live @ Dancehall Rock 2k5

 
 
Bounty Killer Chats with MZM Tv.
Bounty interview follow by his performance @ NJ Reggae fest 2K5

 
 
Caribbeans News
Haitian Elections supervisors have quit saying they did not get support

St Vincentians are readying for the polls on Dec 7th

Collusion and a lack of resources may have led to a jailbreak in Guyana.

In Jamaica, A case of GUNS for Ganja blamed for three killings

Guns and ammunition found at a Muslimeem premises in Trinidad and Tobago
& many more...


 
 
Caribbeans News
HIV still rampant in Jamaican prisons despite efforts to keep inmates celibate.

Haitian Government sues Aristide for embezzlement and drug trafficking

A cocaine bust on the Caribbeans high seas by the British Royal Navy

St Lucia going digital in its crime fight.

West Indies cricket fans see one of the worst defeats in more thanm seven decades
& many more...

 
 
Beenieman Live
G City Back to Basic tour 2K4

 
 
Caribbean News
An earthquake and more bomb woes hit Trinidad and Tobago.

Gay Jamaican fails his deportation appeal bid

Barbados scientist to help with Antigua Senate Presidents rape and robbery investigation.

New CXC programme for 2007
& many more....


 
 
Caribbean News
FBI boss flies to Trinidad as part of crime fighting plan

Operation stiletto hits Buxton in Guyana. 112 people arrested.

Air Jamaica Board, a mix of old and new.

European aid for Haiti elections.

and Caribbean nations failing corruption test.


 
 
Buyu Ambroise chats with MZM
Buyu interview follow by a live performance at NJPAC

 
 
Law & You
The removal of conditional status.

 
 
Sugar Minott chats with MZM
Sugar Minott Live @ Reggae fesr 2K5

 
 
Interview with the Mayor of Irvington
Part Two:- Township of Irvington Mayor Hon. Wayne Smith, speaks with MZM

 
 
Caribbean News
Trinidads Abu Bakr released without charges in bomb explosion.

800 University of the West Indies students face deregistration

Jamaican hoteliers reject tax hike.

Former Antigua Prime Minister named in land sale law suit.

Dominica signs economic cooperation agreement with the U.S


 
 
Interview with the Mayor of Irvington
Township of Irvington Mayor Hon. Wayne Smith, speaks with MZM. (Part 1 of a two parts Intervie)

 
 
Caribbean News
Jungle Justice on the rise in the Jamaica Prison system.

Guyanese police on the hunt for who's behind the disappearance of thousands of gallons of smuggled fuel that was seized.

Trinidad asks for crime-fighting help from the FBI and Scotland Yard. It had 40 murders for September alone.

Bwia and Liat merger on hold.

and Barbados says, stop illegal schools.


 
 
T.O.K epk
T.O.K epk Courtesy of VP Records

 
 
Caribbean News
In what seems to be a questionable move, Jamaica police charge three dead mean with a series of crimes.

Expert predicts the hurricane season may be at an end.

The IMF forecasts the Caribbeans growth will be stronger within the next year.

A Trinidad Government Ministers nephew is beheaded.

and for St Lucia, a banana a day helps the farmers to stay in business.


 
 
Interview with Macka Diamond
Macka Diamond chats with MZM about her name change and much more.

 
 
Caribbean News
Rising oil prices increase the cost of food in Barbados.

Prime Minister P.J. Patterson anounces Jamaica will have a new Prime Minister by next April.

Monsteraat Gvoernment Minister resigns, opening the door for political instability and possibly early eelctions.

Guyana's President says 2006 elections will not be postponed.

and Trinidad gives 2 million U.S dollars to Hurricane victims.


 
 
Sparlha Swa speaks with Muzikmedia
Sparla Swa, Equipped with a guitar, a gift for poetic lyricism, and a voice of undeniable impact, singer-songwriter Sparlha Swa sings from the place where sound meets spirit

 
 
Caribbean News
Six pharmacies under watch in Jamaica for conducting back door deals.

One suspect has been released as investigations continue in the second bombing in Trinidad's capital.

Bajan Leader tells nationals be more open to Guyanese.

35 shot dead in Haiti in four days.

Cuba's Fidel Castro turns 79 still driving his country's revolution

Granny frany 100yrs old and still goin strong
& many more........


 
 
East Orange carnival 05'
Highlights of East Orange, NJ carnival 2K5

 
 
Law & You
Extradition

 
 
Caribbean News
Canada names a Caribbean woman as its first black Governer general.

Seven to nine more hurricanes predicted from now until November.

The opposition calls for the Jamaican Prime Minister to take the blame for a 2 billion dollar waste management scandal.

After months of deadlocks following elections, Suriname finally chooses its Head of State.

and Guyana's defence Force says its Coast Guard cannot effectively handle narco-trafficking by sea.


 
 
Caribbean News
Jamaica prepares for arguments to legalize homosexuality and prostitution.

Plans to resume hanging in St Lucia receive heavy criticism.

Barbados will take the first death penalty case to the Carribbean Court of Justice.

and Bajans are ready for this year's cropover.

 
 
Jamaica Flag raising
Jamaica flag raising in East Orange, NJ

 
 
Capleton News
Guyana wants an explanation but Barbados defends its deportation of several Guyanese from the island.

International Aid for Haiti could be affected by its political turmoil and violence.

Jamaica makes a major illegal fuel trade bust.

Antiguan authorities plead for a violence free carnival


 
 
Dahvid Levy interview
Dahvid Levy chats with muzikmedia TV

 
 
Bounty Killa Live
Bounty Live @ NJ Reggae fest 2K4

 
 
Caribbean News
Hurricane Emily wreaks havoc in Grenada and brings floods and death to Jamaica.

40 million dollar crime blimp to help fight crime in Trinidad and Tobago.

One London bomber may be Jamaican and the islands residents are shocked.

and a Haitian journalist is totured to death.


 
 
Interview with Antigua's Director General of Tourism
Director General of Tourism Shirlene Nibbs speaks with muzik media

 
 
Caribbean News
Bomb blast injures fifteen on one of the busiest streets in Trinidads capital.

Hurricane Dennis leaves death and floods in its Caribbean trail.

Major Aristide supporter among the dead after UN peacekeepers storm a slum in Haitis capital.

Bahamas Foreign Minister tells residents dont visit London unless its necessary.

and London had the Caribbean backing in its 2012 Olympics bid

& many more.


 
 
Ky-enie chat with MZM
Ky-enie, a Reggae artist who has been blazin' a trail on New Yorks local music scene for years, is now prepared to make international moves

 
 
Caribbean News
Jamaican Government to bring legislation that accepts phone taps on criminals.

Trinidadian Killer granted last minute stay of execution.

Guyana debt to IMF and World Bank written off

Grenada health ministry forges important links with New York Hospital.
many more


 
 
Caribbean News
Jamaican police chief tells his force, there are criminals among us.

The daughter of Trinidads jailed opposition leader, Basdeo Panday, joins the political fray.

US Virgin Islands drug bust nabs 16.

Haitis elections commission doubts it can pull off the October polls. & many more....

 
 
Interview with Sir. Vivian Richards
Sir Vivian Richards chats with Muzikmedia

 
 
Caribbean News
The Jamaican private sector is in a murder protest.

Disturbing voter registrationn trends in Haiti cast doubts on October elections.

A private Canadian firm drills for oil in Guyana.

Fraud squad moves in on Trinidad Ministers bribery allegations.

Netherlands Antilles expels its Deputy Prime Minister & many more....


 
 
Death before dishonor Highlights
Highlights of Death before dishonor world clash- A HYPETV production

 
 
Caribbean News
Jamaican bigwigs fingered in foreign exchange scam.

CARICOM pressures Haiti to free the detained former Prime Minister.

Guyana moves to remodel its gun licensing laws

Cayman elections come off without a hitch. & many more......


 
 
Interview with Ity and Fancy Cat
Ity and Fancy cat @ Kings and Queens of Caribbean Comdy

 
 
Caribbean News
Guyanas embattled Minister of Home Affairs, Ronald Gajraj resigns amid reports of international aid withdrawal threats.

Two Trinidadian Ministers deny being bribed.

Police kill five in Haiti.

New U.S. passport law may be a danger to Caribbean tourism.

Air Jamaica is accused of union busting.
& Many more


 
 
Interview with Vivian Harris
Vicious Vivian Harris - WBA super lightweight world champion

 
 
Penny pon de Corner
Event corner

 
 
Carl Henry at reggae fest 04
Interview with Carl Henry

 
 
Caribbean News
The Caribbean Region hails the new Pope Benedict the 16th.

A St Lucian Minister is under the microscope amid calls for her to resign.

The head of a St Kitts resort is charged with securities fraud by the S.E.C.

Its a waiting list for building blocks in Barbados.

and believe it or not, instead of Jamaica, the next Dance-hall legend could come from Bermuda.


 
 
Caribbean News
1. Police kill Haitian rebel leader
2. Cops hunt for clues in major Trinidad fire.
3. 5,000 GSAT students may be barred from high school in Jamaica
and
4. FBI help with Guyana murder


 
 
Interview with Rikki Jai
Rikki Jai

 
 
Caribbean News
US DEA targets Guyana drug rings

Official American ban comes for nationals doing business with a Jamaican drug king pin.

Grenadian lawyers score a bog victory. Their protest of the new Attorney Generals appointment has paid off.

Cayman tourism is back on track


 
 
Carnival 2K5
Carnival 2K5 Highlights Pt2

 
 
Law & You
Legal Advice

 
 
Caribbean News
Newspaper journalist among 20 dead in Guyana from post flood disease.

Gay Rights activists and Reggae record labels strike a truce on homophobic lyrics.

Jamaican school denies entry to two HIV infected children.

It may be no more Queens Park Savannah for Trinidad Carnival.


 
 
carnival 2K5
Carnival 2005 Highlights

 
 
Caribbean News
President Bharrat Jagdeo descuss flood in Guyanas coast. Villages went knee-deep in water.

The dutch island of Aruba is in a gay marriage row with the Netherlands.

In Trinidad, 15 murders in the first twelve days of 2005
100 lose their jobs with Air Jamaica. 300 more to go.

and believe it or not, Barbados insurance companies tell fat people theyre too big of a risk to be insured.


 
 
John Holt chats with MZM Pt 2
John Holt performing live at club Eclipse NJ

 
 
John Holt chats with MZM Pt1
John Holt performing live at club Eclipse NJ

 
 
Caribbean News
Caribbean nations pool their resources to join Tsunami aid push.

Trinidadian weather experts predict upcoming floods and landslides.

Bogus Barbados ID cards being used in U.s fraud scam.

Thirteen arrested for drugs on a charter flight from Jamaica

& many more


 
 
Caribbean News
CXC scandal in Trinidad and Tobago. Exam papers go missing and workers get fired.

Caribbean giant, Shirley Chisolm, dead at 80

Guyanas President Bharrat Jagdeo plans to set up a new unit to tackle local drug houses.

The Caribbean plans to use sports as its new tourism tool.

and many more......


 
 
Capleton chat with MZM
Capleton live performance @ NJ Reggae fest 2k4

 
 
Caribbean News
Stranded passengers and delayed luggage for BWIAs holiday travelers

Prime Minister Manning warns the cash-strapped BWIA fix it or the Government will find someone who can.

Major shake-up in Air Jamaica and

Trinidad and Barbados in dispute over massive natural gas find.

& many more

 
 
Byron Lee
Byron Lee chatz with MZM

 
 
Interview with Henry Rodney
Guyanese comedian performing at the NJ Kings & Queens of Caribbean comedy

 
 
Caribbean News
UN peacekeepers evict rebels from the home of the exiled President.

Cuba and the US in a Christmas decorations battle.

Notorious Jamaican businessman Zeeks, gets back his passport and nine million dollars.

Television stations in Trinidad set to close.

A soca star says farewell.

and many more


 
 
Machel Montano
Machel Montana chats with Mzm. follew by a live performance at Club Eclipse

 
 
Caribbean News
Six arrested after UK police seize cocaine in coconuts from Guyana.

Cuban dissidents plant a time capsule
Three prominent Jamaican sportsmen are under scrutiny for drug and arms trafficking

Grenadas Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell springs a diplomatic surprise.
& many more

 
 
Caribbean News
Political parties battle in Guyana to raise the legal sex age from 13 to 16 years.

Aftershocks follow earthquakes in Trinidad and Dominica

Jamaican trade unions take to the streets protesting European Union cuts in the price of sugar and

The Bahamas and Barbados top the list of Caribbean countries successful at reducing the spread of HIV/Aids and

Big names missing from this years Sting dancehall stage show

 
 
Caribbean News
West Indies players gain support in contract controversy for one-day match in Australia

Two thousand more UN troops will be in Haiti shortly

Trinidad landslides cut off villages from the rest of the country

Increased port charges for visiting ships to Antigua and Barbuda

 
 
Caribbean News
ST Vincent and sees the death penalty as a must.

Guyanas Health Minister says legalize prostitution and gay.

Grenadas opposition wants the resignation of the islands PM

A UN report predicts hope amid the horror for Haiti

International Human rights accused the Jamaican Govt of ignoring the abuse of gay males and persons with HIV/Aids


 
 
Breeze Interview
Highlights of Kings & Queens of caribbean comedy

 
 
Caribbean News
Caribbean news Nov. 20th. 2004

 
 
Caribbean News
Is an official meeting with the exiled Jean Betrand Aristide the answer to Haitis problems?

An injunction has stopped leadership elections for the Jamaica Labour Party..
(3) Four men from West Africa are seeking political asylum in Guyana and

Barbadian auto magnate buys out Shell Antilles in one of the Caribbeans

& many more....

 
 
Caribbean News
Castro bans $US,
Haita still a problem for Caricom,
Caribbean rastafarians are to lobby CARICOM to make using ganja legal
Trinidad and Tobago police deny theres a death squad in the force.
& many more

 
 
Caribbean News
Guyana Police call for more fire power

Fidel under the knife

Zeek bail set at $1.5 million
& many more

 
 
Law & you
2005 Visa lottery

 
 
Caribbean News Oct 22nd 04
Caricom heads will go ahead with the CSME

Haiti now the Iraq of the Caribbean

670 to lose jobs in JA
& many more



 
 
Caribbean News Oct.15th. 2004
Caribbean News

 
 
Caribbeans news
Caribbean News Oct.8th. 2004

 
 
Caribbean News Oct. 1st 2004
Royal Caribbean Cruises Donates Over US$1.5M

Caricom remains split over Haiti

Bandooloo Ackee-Piracy strikes the ackee Market

Caribbean Prime Ministers speak at the UN & Many more

 
 
Reggae fest 2K4
NJ reggae fest Highlights

 
 
Law & You
Law & You

 
 
Inside Belize
Documentry on Belize
Produced by CARICOM

 
 
Law & You
Auto Accident

 
 
Caribbean News
Cubans still reeling from Charley.

Barbados ready to go it alone over Haiti.

St. Lucia at odds over fee to tie the knot.

No place for almost 3,000 students.

Jamaica-Teen Abducted and held for ransom.

Beenie Man's contract targeted.
& Many More

 
 
NJ-CAF Interview
Discussion about NJ Carnival 2004

 
 
Caribbean News
Caribbean News

 
 
Inside grenada
Documentry on the spice island
Produced by CARICOM

 
 
Guiana 1838
Director, Rohit Jagessar, chats with Muzikmedia about the making of his film.

 
 
Caribbean News
Caribbean News

 
 
Law & You
Labor Laws

 
 
Divorce
Law & You- Divorce

 
 
Ken Booth interview Part one
Ken Booth Interview

 
 
Caribbean News
Barbados Prime Minister asked Immigration officials to stop treating other nationals badly

 
 
Ken Booth part 2
Ken Booth part 2

 
 
Ken Booth part 3
Ken Booth interview part 3 of 3

 
 
Divorce Pt. 2
Law & You-This episode features divorce, part two of three parts

 
 
Law & you
Counterfeit Auto Insurance

 
 
Law & you
As a result of a new directive from the Attorney General Anne Miligram, New Jersey law enforcement officials must now notify Immigration Custom Enforcement Officials whenever an Illegal Immigrant is arrested for an indictable offence.

 
 
 
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