Andre Huie will be hosting a new morning radio show, Caribbean Morning, which will air live on weekday mornings from 7am to 9am on online radio station Voice of the Caribbean (VOC) Radio (www.voiceofthecaribbean.net) from February 5.
The St. Kitts-based broadcast journalist and media personality said he's looking forward to the new venture.
“I am really excited about this new venture. Voice of the Caribbean Radio has been broadcasting for just over two years and this is the first time we are hosting a live daily radio show.
“This will be a very dynamic morning show with various segments each day that is guaranteed to provide quality morning entertainment for a Caribbean audience," said Huie via a press release.
The show will feature Caribbean music, interviews and various feature segments each day and will air live from the station’s office on Market Street in Basseterre.
Each day, a different feature segment at 8:15 a.m. will be aired on the show. Every morning, the Caribbean Morning news and sports will air at 7:30. Caribbean Attractions, a feature on one of the tourist attractions of the Caribbean, will feature on Mondays at 8:15, while on Tuesdays at the same time is The Breakfast Table segment, a special feature or interview with a newsmaker on a topical subject affecting the Caribbean.
On Wednesdays it’s Rearview Mirror, a look back at a poignant moment in Caribbean History; Thursday is Trash Talk, a segment by the St. Kitts Solid Waste Management Corporation; and on Fridays is Around the Caribbean, an interview with a journalist from a Caribbean media house to discuss top news issues of the respective countries.
“With all these segments each day, there is something for everyone to listen to, making Caribbean Morning Live a really interesting and entertaining show,” Huie said, before adding, “I am really looking forward to this show and encourage everyone to tune in.”
Voice of the Caribbean radio can be found at www.voiceofthecaribbean.net . Listeners can also tune in on the station’s Android mobile app, which can be found in the Google Play Store by searching Voice of the Caribbean Radio.
Mobile users can also listen to the station on the Tune In Radio App by searching for Voice of the Caribbean Radio and make the station their favorite. Huie promised that this is the first of a few live radio shows to come on VOC Radio in 2018.
“We have some more live shows in the works that will be announced soon so we encourage our fans to stay tuned for more information as to when these shows will air,” Huie said.
Voice of the Caribbean (VOC Radio) is a Caribbean radio station designed for Caribbean listeners in the Diaspora and around the region who desire to stay in tuned to all things Caribbean. The station offers news and current affairs, sports and entertainment with original programs and programs produced by its media partners around the region.
Huie, VOC's managing director, can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 668-5652.