America’s Boating Channel Videos Come to the Caribbean

America\'s Boating Channel & CBN-TV

06.08.2019 20:06:48 - Caribbean Broadcast Network Enters Safe-Boating Videos Carriage Agreement with America’s Boating Channel™

(live-PR.com) - America’s Boating Channel™, a service of the United States Power Squadrons® (USPS), and Caribbean Broadcast Network (CBN-TV) have entered into an agreement covering distribution of safe-boating and boater education videos throughout the Caribbean islands.

Under the agreement, more than fifty boating safety videos produced by America’s Boating Channel will be distributed by CBN-TV to over 170,000 television households in Anguilla, British


Virgin Islands, Nevis, and St. Maarten.

America’s Boating Channel also will be promoted to over 410,000 radio households on CBN-Radio’s broadcast stations covering Anguilla, Antigua, Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Eastern Puerto Rico, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Barth’s, St. Kitts, St. Maarten, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

America’s Boating Channel is now releasing a new safe-boating video every Friday at americasboatingchannel.com covering problems to avoid and how to perform basic recreational boating maneuvers properly.

Topics presented in its most recent series included life jacket wear, human-propelled sports, electronic navigation, situational awareness, and boating under the influence (BUI).

Now in development is a new video series addressing the importance of boater education, engine shut-off devices, life jacket care, consequences of irresponsible behavior, introducing aids to navigation (ATONS), dispelling boating under the influence (BUI) myths, and new life jacket labels.

CBN-TV operates KCNTV Channel 4 in Anguilla, CBN-TV Channel 101 in the British Virgin Islands, Channel 8 in Nevis, and TV Carib Informer in St. Maarten. Its Caribbean radio stations include 90.9 FM and 92.3 FM.


America’s Boating Channel is produced by United States Power Squadrons® (USPS) under a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund administered by the U.S. Coast Guard.

As the premier boating organization dedicated to “Safe Boating through Education” since 1914, USPS is America’s Boating Club® -- For Boaters, By Boaters™.

Being a member of United States Power Squadrons — America’s Boating Club — is bigger than boating.

It’s about friendship, memories that last a lifetime, bettering the community and being the most confident boater possible.

Be a part of the local boating community and enjoy time together on and off the water, even after the weekend ends and even when the temperature drops below zero.

For more than 100 years, United States Power Squadrons — America’s Boating Club — has been leading the way on the importance of boater safety education.

And as any member will explain, an educated boater is a better, safer boater.

Every day, people are discovering that even a bad day on the water is way better than a good day anywhere else.

So it’s important to work together to keep each other safe while having a fabulous time on the water.

USPS vows to always keep learning, teaching, laughing and helping fellow members get the most out of boating.

America’s Boating Channel partners with BoatUS and is cosponsored by Discover Boating with a contribution from Weems & Plath.

Caribbean Broadcast Network (BVI) Limited is headquartered on the Island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, and remains one of the few media houses in the Caribbean to offer radio and television services under one-umbrella.

Collectively, its radio and television broadcasting networks provide a blend of local, regional, and international programming.

America’s Boating Channel: AmericasBoatingChannel.com
United States Power Squadrons: AmericasBoatingClub.org
U.S. Coast Guard: USCGBoating.org
Caribbean Broadcast Network: CBNVirginIslands.com

Caribbean Broadcast Network Contact Info
Andrew A.B.B Cox Sr. (Owner)

Press Information:
America's Boating Channel

1504 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27607

Contact Person:
Peter TenBrink
Public Relations Officer
Phone: 919-225-0144
eMail: eMail

Web: http://americasboatingchannel.com


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