May 12, 2021

How electric sound is Born

The CUPRA Tribe’s new podcast The elements of nature that characterize the brand inspire the AVAS sound of the first 100% electric CUPRA model The sound is exclusively revealed on the world premiere of The Impulse, the CUPRA Tribe’s new podcast, where Antonino Labate and Francesca Sangalli explain its creation process The episode is now available […]

Scottish election 2021: Nicola Sturgeon celebrates ‘historic’ SNP election win

From BBC Nicola Sturgeon has hailed the SNP’s “historic and extraordinary” fourth consecutive victory in the Scottish Parliament election. With all the results in, the SNP has finished on 64 seats – one short of a majority but one more than it won in 2016. Ms Sturgeon said her priority was to steer the country […]

Dr. Emily Volk talks pathology and pathologists on iHeart Radio−WHAS

WHAS Radio Centered on Health — April 29, 2021, Dr. Emily Volk discusses the specialty of pathology, the important role of pathologists on the health care team and the CAP, as a guest on Centered on Health with Baptist Health To download video click HERE

ECTEL Amps up public engagement while observing its 21st Anniversary amidst challenging times

ECTEL Media Release Castries – Saint Lucia – 4th May 2021 –The importance of electronic communications has become more apparent since the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic. Service providers and regulators around the globe are expected to ensure customers are connected virtually considering the heightened restrictions to keep the disease at bay through social distancing. The Eastern Caribbean […]

CANARI endorses locally led adaptation principles as key in tackling the climate crisis in Caribbean SIDS

Port of Spain, April 29, 2021 – The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) has endorsed the use of locally led adaption principles in supporting the most vulnerable communities to address climate change impacts, including in Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS), along with 50 other organisations globally. As global leaders committed to ambitious targets to tackle the […]

How to navigate too much music

By Todd Stach, Beyond The 615, From All Access The amount of new music being released is no joke. You really do have too much music to listen to for potential song adds. Consider it a blessing. Too much music isn’t a problem; it’s an opportunity. There are so many songs that can fit nicely into […]

Keeping score

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Most businesses are profit-centric. Their decision-making process is based on how to best maximize profits. That does not describe PS Audio. PS Audio has always been more about affording all the engineering and production resources necessary to build state-of-the-art products that have enough profit in them to sustain and […]

Cayman: Logic launches Wireless Broadband internet in the Eastern Districts

April 21st, 2021 – Logic announced today that it has launched a new fixed wireless home internet service in the Eastern Districts of Grand Cayman bringing broadband internet speeds to this underserved area.‘We are excited to finally be able to offer residents and businesses in the Eastern Districts of the island a great internet experience.’ […]

Stay in the Loop – 15 April 2021 edition

From CARICOM In this episode, Communications Officer at the CARICOM Secretariat, Mrs Tusankine English-Francis, presents a weekly news roundup of the latest from the Caribbean Community.   Highlights: 00:00:45 LA SOUFRIERE CONTINUES TO ERUPT:St Vincent and the Grenadines La Soufriere Volcano erupts, residents from surrounding and adjacent areas evacuated 00:02:24 MOVED TO TEARS:Outpouring of support moves St Vincent […]

MPE CARIBBEAN REPORT – APRIL 16, 2021

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