Caribcast Re-Launches Subscription-Based, Multi-Channel Caribbean TV Service

Caribcast, a leading aggregator of Caribbean television and video content, today announced the re-launch of its subscription-based multi-channel Caribbean television service, after a brief hiatus.  After months of testing, this service is now available to general market consumers and can be accessed via the internet on multiple platforms to include : WebTV for PC or Laptop devices from, apps for iPad & Android tablets and Set Top Boxes for television access from Roku and AndroidTV. Caribcast in partnership with top multi-media company Caribbean Network Program Television (CNPTV) and digital transmission services company DC Digital have developed a strong technical platform, attractive channel packages and robust marketing and promotional activities to be rolled out in the coming months.

“The collaboration with CNPTV and DC Digital, coupled with the latest IPTV and streaming  technologies have paved the way for us to reach new consumers globally who desire greater choices and options for Caribbean content,” said Tyrone Robertson, Caribcast CEO.  “This association will allow us to capitalize on our expertise and investment in content and emerging technology.” Both CNPTV and DC Digital see this alliance as a natural extension of their longstanding relationship with Caribcast and are confident that as a result of this partnership, customers worldwide will benefit from the increased level of integration among the companies.

The multi-channel Caribbean television service consist of top packages that include regional stations CaribVision from Barbados; TV Guyana & Caribbean Faith Network from Guyana; CNS, Hype TV and BOJ TV from Jamaica and Gayelle TV from Trinidad as well as U.S. based Caribbean stations CNPTV and Tempo all now available on Caribcast. For additional information on Caribcast, please visit