DNO to provide live streaming of major carnival activities

Dominica News Online/Duravision Inc has teamed up with ComeSee TV to provide live streaming of a number of activities for the carnival season.

The collaboration begins tonight (Wednesday, January 18) with coverage of Stardom Tent  beginning at 8:00 pm.

For US$9.99, readers of DNO will be able to watch the Stardom Tent performances.

DNO will also be collaborating  with ComeSee TV to provide live coverage of other major upcoming carnival activities.

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  1. January 19, 2012

    i have watched some activities of carnival in Antigua and St.Lucia all the way in the Virgin Island for free

  2. Cheri
    January 19, 2012

    Hi DNO,

    ComeSee TV through Numusiczone asked us to pay US$5.99 to see the eliminations of calypso 2012 and the streaming was so bad…it froze every second and the sound echoed. I e-mailed ComeSee TV three times and no one responded to even at least apologise. To add insult to injury my account was charged the $5.99. I have absolutely no problems paying to watch. It is only fair since people at home are paying. I do have a problem when I do not get what I paid for. So I am skeptical about paying to watch anything from ComeSee TV…and for the information of everyone on here..Numusiczone had the streaming free last night. I caught it late but the quality was good..not great..but you could see the Calypsonians and actually hear what they were singing.

    Thanks for the space DNO.

  3. Anonymous
    January 18, 2012

    I don’t have a problem for paying for Quality streaming, but what I saw doing there for the Q95 talent search with his one position home user camera is not worth my US9.99. If you want to do stuff let’s do it properly spend your money and get good equipment and for it charge, whatever his name is there to like to make money on people. He want to stream the world on a $20 camera.

  4. dominica
    January 18, 2012


  5. the notifier
    January 18, 2012

    As if it free on another site…

    • Anonymous
      January 18, 2012

      what site

  6. betty
    January 18, 2012

    DNO does that mean if I live in another part of the Caribbean I would not be able to sign up to watch the carnival activities since you specified US readers?

    ADMIN: the price quotation is in US dollars but you can sign up and watch from anywhere in the world.

  7. rus
    January 18, 2012

    i for one will be tuning in tonight. cuz i love my calypso and stardom tent and i cant attend in person this year. thanks DNO for the opportunity.
    depending on the quality of the streaming i will b tuning in regularly to the activities.

  8. DA2BK
    January 18, 2012

    I have no problem with paying for online media content. I understand there are costs involved.

    However knowing how low and limited the bandwidth is in Dominica, I am not sure that the streams can be guaranteed. I would hate to pay and be left with low quality, intermittent or no streaming whatsoever.

  9. not impressed
    January 18, 2012

    Not one to compare but during the summer you can watch every activity during Antigua’s carnival for free via ABS. I think they do it using internet and tv…even the cricket I watch on there when there’s cricket…all that money my people givivin to marpin on a monthly basis they should be able to help out in that area. $9.99 is a bit pricey and I’m assuming its $9.99 for every show that you want to watch.

  10. Gr8
    January 18, 2012

    $20.00 at the door $24.03 on the computer.. That’s not bad.

    • rus
      January 18, 2012

      where did you get that conversion rate? thought usd buying and selling rate was 2.67 and 2.7169
      just asking.

  11. 1979 Laughs out loud
    January 18, 2012

    I’ll try my best to turn it down a notch or two…. or three…. I know I can be an eyesore at times…..

    • 1979's HOPE renewed
      January 18, 2012


  12. say sa meme
    January 18, 2012

    You all don’t read carefully? It says “for US $9.99”, so that’s the price, the small fee, whatever you want to call it. Thank you DNO, spread your wings, we will fly with you.

  13. Doc. Love
    January 18, 2012


    ADMIN: Actually, DNO has no control over the price. We are simply trying to facilitate streaming of the event for those of you who are unable to attend and would like to see the show.

    • Reader
      January 18, 2012

      Then you should go in person.

      Thanks DNO!! I’m looking forward to seeing the performance. Are you carring Mr. Dominica as well. :lol:

  14. Rabbit Foot
    January 18, 2012

    DNO is that $9.99 for the season? Or is that per event?

    ADMIN: It’s per event.

  15. ma skerro
    January 18, 2012

    stupess…. i thought that was free wii…

  16. Sar Casm
    January 18, 2012

    Thanks DNO.

    Due to the state of the economy, and as I have already given up an arm and a leg, can I use my first born for the “small fee”?

  17. Rabbit Foot
    January 18, 2012

    So what is the “small fee”?

  18. pusina
    January 18, 2012

    DNO u trying to get your share too papa

    • pusina
      January 18, 2012

      DNO and i hope there is no hang up with your service like the other carriers.. Mine me

  19. DA/NY
    January 18, 2012


  20. Anonymous
    January 18, 2012

    Thanks DNO, sounds interesting but could you kindly tell us the fee please

    • NY
      January 18, 2012

      The article said “For US$9.99 readers of DNO will be able to watch the Stardom Tent performances and other major upcoming carnival activities.”…jeezz!!! Reading makes you smart…And the article isn’t even long!!

      • Anonymous
        January 18, 2012

        when late readers like u start reading you normally benefit from what we d earlier ones normally read and even get edited by dno before u start reading. wake up!! Stop playing smart. jeezz!!!!

      • hmm
        January 18, 2012

        stupid…assume that you were NOT the first one to read the article.

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