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Caribbean News Now brings readers live video streaming of regional events
Published on December 30, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version


By Caribbean News Now contributor

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- Caribbean News Now (CNN) has teamed up with ComeSeeTv International to bring readers live streaming of various carnivals, regional events, and even international events.

ComeSeeTv International is the premier international company providing live streaming of Caribbean-related content. The mission of ComeSeeTv is to foster socio-cultural and economic community development, create viable avenues for the youth, and to empower women.

ComeseeTv features both free streams and pay-per-view streams. Unlike other systems, pay-per-view streams on ComeSeeTv are always geared toward the direct benefit of the event organizer, as ComeSeeTv itself is a social outreach program of parent company Krystallion Incorporated.

ComeSeeTv's slogan is "ComeSeeTv - Can you See me Now!" due to a focus on giving the communities of the Caribbean a robust platform where they can have their voices heard and their faces seen, all to international standards.

Potential broadcasters and event organizers can even have their channels created on the ComeSeeTv platform, and offer their programming 24/7 to a global audience. ComeSeeTv serves radio stations and television stations through representative agent offices in the USA, throughout the Caribbean, as well as Africa and Holland.

CNN is the leading online regional news source. And these two information and entertainment titans have come together to boost the promotion of Caribbean culture. It all begins with the live streaming of the US$14.99 pay-per-view (PPV) event, the Montserrat Queen Pageant from 7pm on December 29, 2013, and also on December 30, the US$14.99 PPV event, the Montserrat Calypso Finals 2013!

But it gets better because all CNN readers can access these events for a special CNN discount by using the PROMO CODE: CNNCNN when signing up to watch these shows and every show promoted jointly by CNN and ComeSeeTv International.

The collaboration continues as Dominica's Calypso and Carnival season begins from January 4 with the Dominica Calypso eliminations. You can see information on these and all upcoming events that will be covered by ComeSeeTv here:

And where the event organizer allows, the live stream will be directly accessible directly on

The streaming of Caribbean culture is in better hands through this and ongoing synergy with CNN and ComeSeeTv

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