Television Jamaica

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Television Jamaica Limited (TVJ)
Jamaica
City of license Jamaica
Slogan Just Look At Us Now!
Owner RJR Communications Group
Website http://www.televisionjamaica.com/

Television Jamaica (TVJ) is one of Jamaica's two major television stations, its competitor being CVM TV. It is a subsidiary of the RJR Communications Group.[1][2] Television Jamaica has a number of managers,[3] the general manager being Claire Grant who was appointed the position in September, 2012.

Programming[edit]

TVJ hosts a wide range of local programmes, a few of which are Smile Jamaica, Impact, All Together Sing, Rising Stars, Magnum Kings And Queens Of Dancehall and Prime Time News. Television Jamaica also airs syndicated programs, such as The Jamie Foxx Show, Everybody Hates Chris, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Are We There Yet?, Girlfriends, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, The Batman, The Proud Family, A Different World, Charmed, The Closer, Any Day Now and Monk.

In 2013, the channel gained the rights to broadcast The Voice, in collaboration with Digicel. This was done in order for viewers to follow Tessanne Chin on her journey in the competition.

See also[edit]

  • news anchors;
  • Archibald Gordon; (main) prime time news anchor.
  • Dorraine Samuels;(main)prime time news anchor.
  • racquel jones; weekday morning anchor/ weekend anchor. (news in 5)
  • Janella Precius; midday/nightly news anchor. (fill in anchor for prime time news)
  • Nadine McLeod; midday/nightly news anchor. (fill in anchor for prime time news)
  • Milton walker; head of news and sports. (also seen as a fill in anchor for major news casts and the business day.)
  • Kerrian Lee; business day presenter.

Michael Sharpe; news presenter

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". Television Jamaica. Retrieved 17 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Television Jamaica (TVJ)". Mondo Times. Retrieved 17 December 2011. 
  3. ^ "TVJ Managers". Television Jamaica. Retrieved 17 December 2011. 

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