Cayman 27 has announced it is completing repairs to its tower this week and will be back to broadcasting with full power starting the week of 7 March.
A special surprise is in store for viewers, as new sets for both Daybreak and News 27 will be revealed on Monday, March 7.
‘We’d like to thank all our viewers for their patience while we awaited the arrival of new equipment and completed the necessary repairs and remodelling work on our studios,’ said Rick Alpert, station manager, CITN/Cayman27.
‘We hope viewers will appreciate the fresh new look we’ve given to the sets and graphics for News 27 and Daybreak, which we will leave as a surprise for viewers to discover on Monday.’
Cayman 27 also announced a number of other changes designed to enhance viewers’ enjoyment of local TV. News 27 will be adding a third daily news show, which will take place every weekday at 12:00 noon, in addition the 6pm editions.
A new Cayman LIVE van is en route to Grand Cayman, so viewers can expect to see lots of live coverage in News and Daybreak starting later this month.
‘We’re back, better than ever,’ said news director Donna Bush. ‘There is so much going on in Cayman right now, and it’s our pleasure to bring it all to our viewers. As always, we’re working to make that experience better all the time. With elections coming up, we will be bringing viewers full coverage of the campaigns, and the new LIVE van will add lots of live excitement to everything we do.’
Cayman 27 can be viewed on channel 27 or cable channel 12.