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Nassau, The Bahamas -
Mission Catwalk, a Caribbean based fashion reality television series is
in search of burgeoning fashion talents in the region; and the hit
series which recently ranked as the number one television show in
Jamaica, is about to get a Bahamian invasion.
Mission Catwalk Season 3 premieres on April 13th, The Bahamas will be
represented in the blossoming show as witty a...
Nassau, The Bahamas - Mission Catwalk, a Caribbean based fashion reality television series is in search of burgeoning fashion talents in the region; and the hit series which recently ranked as the number one television show in Jamaica, is about to get a Bahamian invasion.
Three years ago when Canadian author and communications specialist Jeff Todd and Bahamian filmmaker Charlie Smith, now based in the U.S., talked about getting together to make a film about the amazing swimming pigs of Exuma, the two friends figured it would be fun to film and might draw a little more attention to Exuma where they both had connections.
"We never dreamed one little video would do wh...
Today show, The Bachelor, Pop Sugar Feature Exuma Phenomenon Swimming Pigs Video Tops 1.4 million Views
Break time -- NBC’s Kerry Sanders takes a closer look at the amazing swimming pigs of Exuma. His report on the Today show included snippets from When Pigs Swim. This exposure, along with footage used by The Bachelor, Pop Sugar and many others, has put the number of viewers of the 15-minute film...
The great United States of America continues to have an immense influence on Bahamians. This has been the case since the turn of the 20th century, and even more so since World Wars I and II.
Most of what we consume is imported from America. We have even imported America's pop culture. For instance, America's obsession with reality TV shows such as "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" ha...
Across The Bahamas, thousands of students are setting aside time for daily doses of TV, tuning into a series of lively, original Bahamian shows allowing them to interact with humorous characters, prepare for standardized exams, learn a language, create a science project or improve subject knowledge through educational music videos.
The music video shows, headed by a three-man Ministry of Education...