Jamaicans Dot Com and Yaadinfo team up to present podcasts for their 100K+ fans
Jamaicans.com and Yaadinfo Jamaica have announced a new partnership that will place weekly Yaadinfo Jamaica podcasts in a blog at Jamaicans.com. The podcasts can be seen at: http://blogs.jamaicans.com/yaadinfo.
“We look forward with enthusiasm to our partnership with Jamaicans.com and providing our podcast to their audience” said Andrew Hewitt co-founder of Yaadinfo, “Our podcast offers commentary and comedy on news to Jamaicans at home & overseas in an enlightening format”
The production is Jamaica’s first news and entertainment broadcast, hosted by comedian Christopher “Johnny” Daley, and technology consultant and freelance writer, Andrew Hewitt. Prior to hosting the podcast, Daley was an actor of note who won considerable acclaim in the UK, Canada and the U.S. In addition to presenting commentary of top news and entertainment stories, the program also hosts topical personalities from business, politics, entertainment and sports.
“We are very impressed with the Yaadinfo podcasting service and we believe it will quickly become one of the top Jamaican podcasts,” said X. Murphy, CEO of Jamaicans.com. “We look forward to bringing the Yaadinfo podcasts to the Jamaicans.com audience.”
Yaadinfo is well known for presenting the lighter side of Jamaican news. Utilizing their unique sense of humor, Hewitt and Daley prove that nothing is off limits for the program. Interspersed with satirical wit and observation, the duo often brings forth topics of serious import. Their mission of presenting both the serious and entertaining side of Jamaican life is a perfect fit with Jamaicans.com and its dedication to providing information, news and topics specific to Jamaica.
The podcast is hosted on Podomatic.com and is aimed primarily toward Jamaicans living away from their native home, but the broadcast has received immense global support, with downloads from New Zealand, the Philippines, Sweden, Switzerland, China, Japan, the UK, the U.S., Brazil and South Africa. The podcast is available over the Internet via mobile devices, portable media players and personal computers.
For more information, visit the site at http://www.jamaicans.com. You can follow them on Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. To receive updates and stay informed as the site is updated, you can sign up for the site’s RSS feeds. You can also follow Yaadinfo Jamaica on Facebook and Twitter.