How do Jamaicans compare to Trinidadians when it comes to how they spend their time online and what does it say about the emerging Digital Culture of both Caribbean nations? Soca season ended in Trinidad in February, but in Jamaica, we’re smack in the middle of the Carnival season now. Across
I write this totally from the perspective of an internet marketing strategist, as someone who spends 80 percent of her waking hours online reading,tracking trends and who is very biased towards conscious reggae and dancehall artists like Shabba, Lady Saw, Gregory Isaacs,Peter Tosh and yes Bob Marley of course. This
Connect or Die: How to survive in a Music 2.0 worldView more presentations from Marta Kagan. Ironically it's what the dude, Alex Morrissey who just launched Songwrita the social game based on reggae/dancehall music and who has amassed a community of over 200,000 fans for his Jamaicansmusic.com website understands very well.
We first gave you a headsup of the coming of PUKSHOP.com from last August. It's delay took a little longer than expected but on August 27th they will officially go live. PUKSHOP.com is "the newest software based online digital media store. PUKSHOP lets music fans search for and legally download
Music 2.0 has resulted in a burgeoning class of musicians around the world who are now being referred to as the ‘Musical Middle class’ – artists who now have the power to create and distribute their product across various niche markets that were previously largely controlled by media corporations and
I said it on Facebook and I have to say it again here. *Jah, take the wheel*. Reggae.com the domain name was wisely registered for ten years back in 1995. The thing is, that since I've been surfing on over there, maybe once or twice a year for the
Dancehall.Mobi the site that serves up Dancehall bytes from Jamaica and across the Globe … directly to your cellphone or other Internet-enabled mobile device has launch its Dancehall / Reggae News Facebook application today. If you’re one of the many millions of persons who visit the social networking website www.facebook.com