Thursday, September 17, 2015

Bahamas To Host U.S. Talk Radio Show


BAHAMAS TOURISM COMMUNICATIONS TEAM TAPING TALK RADIO SHOW – The Islands Of The Bahamas Communications team recently announced a new and innovative way for the Islands to share information on its diverse product.  The Bahamas will be airing its first U.S. based, half hour, weekly Talk Radio Show, “The SCOOP on The BAHAMAS,” each Thursday, 4:30 p.m to 5:00 p.m. starting September 24th.  Above at the taping L-R front row Earnestine Moxyz and Jeannie Gibson, Managers in the Bahamas Tourist Office Communications department and Ashley Saunders, the show’s engineer.  Pictured L to right back row, Mike Balsamo and Matt Goldapper of JVC Broadcasting and Anita Johnson-Patty, General Manager of Tourism’s Communications department and Director of the show.


“The SCOOP on The BAHAMAS” weekly Radio Talk Show to hit U.S. airwaves

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL  - September 16, 2015 – The Islands Of The Bahamas have unveiled plans to host its very own Talk Radio Show, “The SCOOP on The BAHAMAS” on the JVC Broadcasting 900 AM The Talk Palm Beaches radio station out of West Palm Beach, Florida.  The weekly broadcasts starts September 24th with airings on Thursday's between 4:30 p.m and 5:00 p.m. The show will also be rebroadcast on 103.9 News Radio New York.
The half hour weekly talk show which will be hosted by Jeannie Gibson and Earnestine Moxyz, Managers in The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism’s Communications Department, will provide the opportunity to share updates in The Islands Of The Bahamas including new hotels, new activities, new airlift, Heritage Festivals and other signature events on the Islands.
Sporting events featured will include, the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF); the upcoming Tiger Wood’s PGA Hero World Challenge in December, the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, also in Nassau, Bahamas and the annual Bahamas Marathon that takes place annually in January. The Ministry of Tourism’s vertical market events such as the Boating and Fishing Tournaments; important frontier formalities as they relate to boaters and private planes; Bahamian personalities and much more will also be discussed.
“The show will provide us with a unique opportunity to showcase the multiplicity of the Islands Of The Bahamas. It will also serve as a publicity and marketing vehicle to further highlight the current and future marketing initiatives of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and its industry partners to consumers in our key markets,” said Mia Weech- Lange, Sr. Director of Global Communications, BMOT.

The weekly show will be podcast and available for free in the Apple ITunes store.  The show will also be available on www.Bahamas.com, www.tourismtoday.com,  and on The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism’s social media sites www.Facebook.com/TravelBahamas, www.twitter.com/VisitTheBahamas, www.pinterest.com/TheBahamas, www.youtube.com/VisitTheBahamas

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