CaribPR Wire Unveils Brand New Website


Carib PR Newswire, NEW YORK, NY, Dec. 22, 2009: CaribPR Wire, the official PR wire of the Caribbean and partner of the PR New Wire, yesterday unveiled a brand new website with new features and technology that matches the company`s growth.

The new site at, marks a significant upgrade from the previous site, said CaribPR Wire founder, Felicia Persaud, and allows for multi-media features previously unavailable to clients.

These include audio and video and a member registration center consistent with technology used by the all major newswires.

The site was designed by Connectimass,a Jamaican company headed by Ingrid Riley.

CaribPR Wire sealed a deal with the world`s biggest PR wire distributor in August as the official distribution arm for PR Wire`s clients seeking to reach the Caribbean region and the Caribbean Diaspora with their press announcements. The partnership also allows CaribPR Wire to offer its clients a global reach through the multiple PR Newswire industry-leading distribution lines to the Hispanic, Native American, Asian American and African American audiences, and access to the monitoring facility offered by the 54-year-old company.

The deal with CaribPR Wire allows the PR Newswire the widest distribution by any wire service in the market today.

About CaribPR Wire

CaribPR Wire is the first and only press release newswire of the Caribbean, established in 2005 by journalist Felicia Persaud to serve the Caribbean niche market in the U.S./ UK, Canada and the Caribbean region. CaribPR Wire offers over three dozen guaranteed placements for clients seeking to reach the media in this niche and also a full service comprehensive PR campaign arm in the Caribbean American marketplace. CaribPR wire is owned by Hard Beat Communications, the minority-certified news, PR and Advertising agency serving the Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora markets.


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