What we do

UWITV’s main products and services include TV programming, web and social media interactive content and an electronic newsletter all seamlessly integrated to provide a unique experience for viewers.

Through popular social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, the service facilitates ongoing dialogue with UWI students, alumni and youth across the Caribbean and around the world.  One feature of its services includes a “One UWI News” rolling ticker on the UWITV’s website, located under the main video player on the home page that aggregates and integrates all of the daily announcements of events and activities on all four campuses. A complementary component to the website and social channels is a weekly electronic newsletter containing the TV broadcast schedule, information on the programmes, behind-the-scenes interviews with producers and hosts, a variety of UWITV factoids and vignettes.  UWITV website visitors are able to subscribe to the newsletter from the home page of the site.

Region Talk

An interview/discussion programme featuring prominent Caribbean political, academic, cultural, diplomatic, scientific, artistic and sporting figures discussing issues, trends and developments that are regional in nature and significant.

Generation Nexx

A programme focused on male and female student activities and students voicing their opinions on a range of issues that impact their lives as UWI students, their career plans and their future as Caribbean citizens.

Pelican Pride

A magazine programme with reports on a variety of activities that occur on all four UWI campuses, from public lectures, conferences and symposia to cultural and sporting events.

Research Room

A programme highlighting research being conducted on all four UWI campuses in the natural and social sciences, medicine and the humanities.

We invite you to experience our programming segments, which capture “Caribbean matters” through the diverse voices of The UWI and the wider Caribbean region and diaspora.

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