Britteny Campbell, a second-year student in the Department of Communication Studies (DCS) applies make-up to Final-year student, Jhanielle Powell as she prepares to host the DCS Virtual Affirmation Ceremony on September 13, 2020, at the Northern Caribbean University’s main campus in Mandeville.
Photo Credit: Department of Communication Studies
By: Kedice Reid|Communications Major
Mandeville, Jamaica– The Northern Caribbean University (NCU) in association with the Department of Communication Studies (DCS) is set to launch a New International TV Show this Fall which seeks to take Jamaica and NCU to new heights of digital success.
In a recent interview with the Hilltop Trumpet, producer of the show; Mrs Sandra Rose-Gussine stated that the show will be a Midday Magazine multi-platform TV show that highlights News and Information in Jamaica, the Caribbean and the world which include topics such as News, Sports, Relevant and Current Information, Religious Features and doses of Lifestyle Trends.
According to Mrs Gussine, the show will be aired both locally and internationally on NCU TV, NCU’s website and include short edited segments for Podcast and on all social media platforms with the demography being family-oriented, from infants to senior citizens.
“Some of the features include Big 7 this is where we talk to Jamaicans all over the world and to send phone clips of anything happening in their side of the world, that we should know about or of something fun; Tropic Topics which includes hot topic type info or the Latest news bits in the Caribbean; Time-Clock which are lively informative features of the main time differences around the world and Daily Money features on rates and money worldwide.”
She noted that the objective of the show is to keep the world informed about what’s happening in Jamaica and the region.
“The idea is to keep the world abreast with what’s happening in Jamaica, the Caribbean, with a fun tropical spin…while at the same time highlighting the talent that is being spawned from Northern Caribbean University. NCU will become producers of quality content for online, television, podcast and radio,” said Gussine.
Being a new show she states they are seeking interested students of NCU to be a part of the production team; more notably for hosting, preferably male and female.