dms reaches out to Sisters

STAKE BAY, Cayman Brac – dms Broadcasting Ltd. has launched a new broadcasting station on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, the New 96.5 FM.


Radio veteran Chuck Taylor, left, will host the New 96.5 FM morning show, while Julia Jules Coe with host the weekday afternoon slot. Photo: Submitted

‘We’re excited to finally deliver a great radio product dedicated to the residents of the Sister Islands,’ said dms Market Manager Bryan Hollenbaugh.

The station features a distinct Caribbean feel with a selection of new and old Calypso, Soca and Reggae favourites, in addition to a mix of international contemporary standards.

‘Our focus is on content relevant to the people of the Sister Islands,’ said Hollenbaugh.

Public service announcements, news updates and other information can be sent to [email protected].

‘We are thrilled to have introduced the new station, extending our broadcasting services across the country. The New 96.5 FM station is the latest edition to the dms Broadcasting family – a family that never stops growing,’ said Phil Vinciullo, dms Broadcasting’s network promotions and marketing manager. ‘Ultimately, this will give a unique and independent voice to the people of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.’

Beginning Monday the station debuted its new Caymanian air staff, which includes morning show host and radio veteran Chuck Taylor. Julia ‘Jules’ Coe is also hosting weekday afternoons on the station. Taylor will also serve as the station’s program director.

The station’s New 96.5 moniker will be short-lived, as dms Broadcasting will soon encourage Sister Island residents to suggest a permanent name for the station. That contest will begin in the coming weeks.

dms Broadcasting is a subsidiary of dms Organization, a business conglomerate engaged in the financial services, real estate and media industries For more information on dms Broadcasting, visit

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