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Realvibez signs partnership agreement with Reggae Entertainment Television (RE TV)

PEMBROKE PINES – Realvibez Media, an integrated media and entertainment company and operators of Realvibez.tv, a leading online provider of media for consumers of Caribbean music culture, has signed a content distribution deal with Reggae Entertainment Television (RE TV).

Realvibez.tv will launch an RE TV channel on the website and make RE TV content available to visitors from around the World. The content will be available free of charge to anyone visiting WWW.REALVIBEZ.TV once the channel launches in August.

David Mullings, Chief Executive Officer of Realvibez Media stated “Realvibez has been able to create a Jamaican-owned destination website for Caribbean music-related videos and a strategic partnership with a major content producer like RE TV is a natural fit with our goals and long-term vision for the company and Caribbean music as a whole.”

Egbert v. Frankenberg, International Business Development Manager of RE TV, said, “We are aggressively focusing on major expansion plans for our distribution network.

The latest additions to our live satellite feed include Guyana and the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. But a satellite is not everything in a global marketplace so we are happy to join forces with Realvibez.tv because we cannot do everything by ourselves and Realvibez’s approach to the online video market has significant potential, which fits right into our expansion strategy.”

Realvibez was the official web partner of Reggae Sumfest 2008 and RE TV was a media sponsor. This content distribution partnership will extend the reach of Caribbean produced and owned content while bringing more revenues back to the Caribbean.

Robert Mullings, Chief Operating Officer of Realvibez Media added “We are always looking for opportunities to work with content producers who want to leverage the core competencies of our brands and properties. We look forward to working closely with RE TV to execute a great channel and play our part in supporting the growth of Caribbean music.”

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