WestStar makes room for new TV bulletin board

| 01/07/2011

(CNS): Cayman’s cable television provider WestStar says it is introducing a new local channel which starts today. My Cayman Life will move to channel 10 pushing network channel Spike, to number 49. The TV company said that the new channel is set to “to become the hub of community announcements and happenings” as it described it as a locally-owned community bulletin board highlighting non-profit events, special occasions, and personal achievements. The channel will be included in all the WestStar cable packages but is not available on the broadcast system.

“For a small fee anyone can post a message, whether it is wishing someone a Happy Birthday, or congratulating someone on a major milestone. The only requirement is that the message either be for a non-profit organization, or personal,” the station said in a release this week.

Eric Frick of My Cayman Life said it would be a fun, interactive and affordable way for regular people to get their message on television.

“My Cayman Life provides a place to share, learn and celebrate life in Cayman and we want to thank WestStar for the opportunity,” he added.

WestStar Director of Operations, Traci Bradley said the firm was “excited” to provide the platform. “WestStar welcomes and congratulates My Cayman Life on being the first to bring a product of local value such as this to our viewers,” she said.

To find out more about how to get your message on My Cayman Life, visit www.mycaymanlife.com.  For more on WestStar TV products and the channel line-ups log onto www.weststartv.com

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