Photo Credit: William Richards I was invited to be a panelist at the 7th Annual Jamaica Music Conference to discuss the social and Emerging Media for the future of reggae and dancehall music. I was invited because we are currently running an influencer campaign for the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport's Reggae Month's … Continue reading 7th Annual Jamaica Music Conference: Traditional vs. New Media
Love Not Likes blogging network I founded recently signed on to help The Ministry of Culture, Entertainment, Gender and Sport to spread the word about Reggae Month in the online space including social media and blogs. The goal of Reggae Month is to attract international acclaim for Jamaica as the reggae mecca of the world, … Continue reading Down in Jamaica Where I Born and Grow: Ode to Reggae Month
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Traditional media is still relevant and necessary, particularly in a market where the internet usage is still dodgy. According to The World Bank, only 37.8% of the Jamaican population have access to the internet which in comparison to the U.S. (84% of the population have access to the internet) shows that we are still pretty far behind. … Continue reading Why Traditional Media Still Matters
https://www.instagram.com/p/BJTBoL8gwr4/?taken-by=thebestess @Tessanne has captured Jamaican's hearts over the past few weeks with her musical renditions on The Voice. Many Jamaicans at home and abroad have rallied together to support her through social media. Several companies have also jumped on the Tessanne train, sharing Jamaica's sentiments of love and support. However, when a brand or company's … Continue reading How you tweet @Tessanne tells so much about you