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Global Selctor Knock-Out – April 25, 2011, At The Montpelier Show Ground, Montego Bay, Jamaica

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GSKO-2011 is to be held on Easter Monday, April 25, 2011, at the Montpelier Show Ground, Montego Bay, JAMAICA (situated 17 Kilometers south of Montego Bay).

GSKO 2011 is a friendly competition among local and international selectors from reggae sound systems, radio and internet broadcasting stations. Incentives for the contending selectors include trophies and prizes. Musical lyrics and utterances will be restricted to a tolerable level. Microphone is allowed. No profanity. No indecent language. No remarks or comments about any competing selectors. No negative remarks about any persons. Established rules are not subjected to any appeal.

The selectors, according to their respective categories, will be award by ‘points’ base on their ability to excite and entertain the patrons. The points will be scored panel of judge and an optional telephone text may be used to allow voting by the audience. Specific time will be allotted to each contender for performance. The decision of the panel of judge is final.

Global SKO-2011 is the entertainment segment of the more than forty (40) year old annual Montpelier Agricultural Show (MAS). More than fifteen (15,000) thousand persons attend the show each year.

a) Radio and Internet Broadcasting Station selectors will have the privilege to rebroadcast the show to their station for rebroadcasting as part of their regular and or special program. Internet facilities will be available for rebroadcasting link.
b) Local (in country, Jamaica) travelling expenses are available for all participating selectors.
c) Hotel accommodations are available for international selectors.

All application to participate should be registered before March 15, 2011 to:

Antonio ‘Bravo’ Peterkin
Cambridge Entertainment Company Ltd
63 Barnett Street
Montego Bay, JAMAICA
Email: [email protected]

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