Located in the archives, The Freeport News article covering former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham's announcement granting Grand Bahama's first independent radio license to Cay Gottlieb & Dave Mackey. This license was for the radio station now known as COOL96. In the end the license was issued to Cay Gottlieb's company Dovoro Ltd. Web master Dave Mackey ended up outside of this arrangement and moved on, taking up the position of manager of Bahamas national radio station 100JAMZ Grand Bahama operations. Click here or on the image to view and read this historical article covering the forth independent radio license granted by former Prime Minister The Hon. Hubert Ingraham, the leader that ushered in to being private broadcasting to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
|Tony Seymour Jr. and Silbert Cooper - The "dynamic duo" have finally decided to respond to their audience's requests for CDs of their rendition of old time classics. Mackeymedia is working diligently to expedite the completion of this two album collection of cover tunes. The duo perform weekends in Nassau. Tony Seymour Jr. is the son of famous slain Bahamian entertainer Tony Seymour Sr.|
|Swain and The Citations re-make history by re-releasing two compilation albums of their popular hits. These albums were digitally re-mastered from vinyl at Mackeymedia.|
|Lorne Smith & The Jet Streamers- "Regatta Time in Exuma" Another Mackeymedia audio restoration project, digitally re-mastered under the executive direction of Lorne Smith jr.. This album was originally recorded over 30years ago.|
Destination Grand Bahama update - Three weeks following the visit of hurricane ‘Wilma' on October 23rd, the Grand Bahama community's restoration efforts are well underway and the return to normalcy is evident. The tourism infrastructure continues to meet the needs of the market and resorts continuing to offer quality vacation experiences. All but few of the more than sixty visitor attractions, activities and tours are available daily. Due to the effects of the recent storm a small number of rooms are temporarily unavailable at some properties including some located along the southwestern coast of the island. .Four days following ‘Wilma's' brief visit, Grand Bahama hosted thirty-five meeting planners, as well as hundreds of jazz festival enthusiasts. To read Terrance Roberts entire comprehensive update click here or on his picture.