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Comment by Guy E Morinville on November 13, 2016 at 3:39am

Good Evening my friends at 107.5 Caribbean Fever;

             My name is Guy E Morinville. I am a recent graduate of SAE Institute for Audio Technology, in Manhattan. Let me start by saying I listen to 107.5 Steve Harvey morning show and Caribbean fever religiously. I am an aspiring Recording Engineer and Producer. I am deeply rooted in my West Indian culture. My father is from Haiti and my Mom is from St. Vincent and The Grenadines. One fun fact about me is the fact that one of my Mom's closest cousins is the Legend, Becket "Alston" Cyrus. He is known all over the Caribbean for hits such as "Teasa", and "Gyal Ah Rush Meh". I met him for the first time in St. Vincent when I was a child and there after at family get togethers, and on Eastern Parkway on Labor Day. I own and have experience working with editing and
production software. I also have experience working with mixing boards and control surfaces. In my spare time I like to work on Calypso, Reggae, Hip Hop, and other genres of music with my mixer, computer software, and Midi Keyboard. I attached a link to my website which I recently built to showcase my work;

I will be building my "Vimeo" site to showcase the creative process behind what I do. My dream is to work on a radio station, particularly 107.5. It would mean the world to me and even more so to my Mom who is a cancer patient, who has beaten all odds..... This would be a remarkable experience for me to be chosen as an intern for my favorite radio station, and to prove to have beaten all odds myself; "Peppa, Peppa, Peppa". I thank you in advance Mr. Dahved Levy. I can be reached via email:; and/or directly @: (518)- 414- 8703. have a Blessed weekend; "From head-top, to kneecap, to shoes, down to ground"...

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Comment by NyAisha Imani Rhea-White on February 2, 2016 at 12:12pm

Hi, my name is NyAisha Rhea-White and I'm a social media, fashion and entertainment Journalist/Publicist. I am a junior at Hunter College and I would like to intern for Caribbean Fever. I am dedicated, self-motivated, creative and a leader. I enjoy taking the initiative in projects and assigning roles to my teammates. I am a team player always and enjoy working together as well as by myself. I would love to be considered for a position as an intern with Caribbean Fever because I love music and I'm really excited about learning new things in radio. I enjoy the conversations that happen on this radio station and I am an advent listener. I strongly support this station and would love to be apart of this team. I can be reached at Thank you for your time.

Comment by Holly Ashley on September 13, 2015 at 11:28am

Good Morning,

My name is Holly and I am very interested with an internship with Caribbean Fever.  I am a recent graduate from the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at Hampton University.  For the past two years, I have worked at 88.1 WHOV as a board operator and technical producer getting some experience in the radio field.  I am familiar with board operating, editing, recording, and live talk shows.

I am a fast learner, hard worker, extremely outgoing, and will be able to adapt to any situation.  Both of my parents are from Jamaica so I've been listening to Mr. Levy for as long as I can remember.  If we leave the car, you will be turned on in the house.  I can't stress how many times I have heard my mom say "Music Holly Music him ah play".  So with that being said, I would be more than grateful if I could intern with this program.  I am inspired to be involved in the radio industry and continue my love for music journalism.  I will link my online porfolio so you can see what I am capable of.  Thank you for your time and consideration.

Holly Lewis

Comment by Alexandrea Hawkins on September 1, 2015 at 12:49am


I would love to become an intern with Caribbean Fever. I am a recent graduate of SUNY College at Old Westbury. I have received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Media and Communication and am very eager to get my career started.

I have experience working in my college radio station volunteering my time to participate in radio segments. I am a hard worker and quick learner. I can adapt and am easy to train. I would love be involved and learn and gain all the experience I can from those in different circles other than my own.  

Please contact me with any remaining questions and criteria. Hope to hear form you soon.

Alexandrea Hawkins

Comment by Meledi Jada on August 26, 2015 at 10:00pm
Hi my name is Meledi Jada, and I'm interested in working alongside you regarding this internship. I am currently a senior in high school, and will be attending college in the fall of 2016. I am mainly interested in this internship as a mean to gain experience helping me to pursue a career in journalism. After looking at the WBLS website I believe I have a lot to offer the radio station to not only improve it but also expand the station's demographic. Personally I'm very interested in social justice issues, specifically in the oppression of both African American men and women, and societal inequities. This is why I'm very interested in what is a predominantly black radio station, and its initiatives such as the Circle of Sisters. I hope to use my age as an advantage, by incorporating my youthful experience. As a teen living in New York, I'm incredibly resourceful and a people person. I'm knowledgeable about old reggae and the current artists who are using it for inspiration. My age can provide not only a youthful point of view, but better your young audience. I can also aid with the visual aspect of the website as I have my own blog for my personal poetry and photography: I would love to work alongside you and hopefully gain some experience through this internship. Please feel to contact me at

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