Tempo TV - Promoting Dancehall and Reggae music
"Promoting Dancehall and Reggae music"
Tempo TV - Promoting Dancehall, Reggae and Caribbean music across the Caribbean and USA.
It was launched on November 30, 2005, by MTV Networks. Tempo networks was first under the ownership of MTV Networks and Viacom.
2007 Mr Frederic Morton bought out the channel and moved its
headquarters to Newark, New Jersey. It also got a name change to "Tempo
Viewers in New York, Atlanta, Boston, Washington DC,
Baltimore, Miami and Los Angeles along with over 3 Million viewers
across the Caribbean can enjoy the latest dancehall and reggae here.
Tempo also features Caribbean travel, cuisine, Sports, music charts, videos and Culture.
Visit them at www.gottempo.com to listen dancehall and reggae music also to learn more about the Caribbean's music.
TEMPO Networks, LLC, is the first and only
pan-Caribbean media and entertainment company producing and offering
culturally relevant content on all media platforms (on-air, online,
on-mobile and on the ground).
With its flagship cable television network, TEMPO captures and
delivers the extraordinary Caribbean vibe by successfully producing and
delivering Caribbean content dedicated to music, culture, cuisine, and
social awareness initiatives. Our programming includes dramas, tourism,
movies, news, concerts, documentaries, music videos, and addresses all
aspects of Caribbean life.
Envisioned by native son Frederick A. Morton Jr.
(“Mr. TEMPO”), TEMPO is a true celebration of Caribbean life, and seeks
to elevate the region. Its content, therefore, is developed to rise
beyond entertainment to be inspirational, progressive and educational.
TEMPO currently broadcasts in 24 Caribbean islands, with
approximately 3M viewers, and in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut
on Cablevision Channel 1105.
TEMPO is expanding
rapidly, both in the United States and internationally, and serves both
the large Caribbean populations of Atlanta, Boston, Washington D.C.,
Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, and
Houston as well as "Lover of All Things Caribbean": the over 20 million
visitors to the Caribbean from the United States.
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