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Compass Media on Tuesday, 5 Jan. officially announced a merger with Hurley's Media after OfReg approved the sale of the radio broadcasting company at the end of December, according to a press release from Compass Media.
The Cayman Compass’s parent company is in talks to acquire parts of Hurley’s Media Ltd.
Jason Howard, long recognised as a familiar voice on radio station Z99, is adding weather presenter to his long list of roles at Hurley’s Media Grand Cayman.
Journalist Tammi Sulliman is returning to Cayman 27 to manage the station and host a weekly political show.
The inaugural Cayman Billfish Rundown, a multi-day fishing tournament, has been announced for May 14-17, 2019.
The three-week-long “Stuff the Bus” drive collected 12,384 items of school supplies for students returning to classrooms after the summer break, according to organizers.
Hurley’s Media and Z99 donated $17,536 to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society, money raised at last month’s Ice on Ice casino and cocktail event at the Grand Cayman Marriott.
Fifty-two pints of blood – the most ever collected on island in a single day – has been recorded in Cayman’s first mobile blood drive.
Car City is holding a blood drive at its service center location on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cable provider Logic is being forced to black out U.S. and Canadian channels providing coverage of the Winter Olympics after being served with a “cease and desist order” by Cayman Islands rights holder Hurley’s Media.
Local organizations continue to contribute to the relief efforts of the jurisdictions affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Hurley’s Media hosted a charity happy hour on Sept. 15 at Camana Bay and raised $5,500 in donations for the Red Cross Hurricane Irma Relief Fund.
Cayman’s ultimate casino and cocktail party, Ice on Ice, returns this year with another glittering affair.
More than 25 businesses offered insight into the ins and outs of home construction or renovation at the Cayman Islands’ Builders Expo at Camana Bay’s Arts & Recreation Center this weekend.
Organizers of a “Stuff The Bus” initiative to donate school supplies to hundreds of children are inviting local companies to take part.
Forbes Hare expands Cayman litigation practice; Appleby counsel speaks at key insurance events; Hurley’s Media raises nearly $20,000 for Cancer Society.