Pepita moves to 'NITE LYFE'

Published: Saturday | December 14, 2013 Comments 0
Rosanne 'Pepita' Little-Contributed
Rosanne 'Pepita' Little-Contributed

Pepita Little is making moves again, this time she has turned up as the host of CVM TV's 'NITE LYFE'.

The producers of the programme, Orville Matherson and Elvis Griffiths of Yaad Boiiz Film Productions, made the announcement recently. The two are also producers of the soon-to-be-released feature film, Jamaican Mafia, starring Paul Campbell and Mykal Fax.

'NITE LYFE' is currently on a season break and will return with an exciting new vibe, including its new host.

According to a release from the production house, Pepita is "honoured to be asked to host".

The release goes on to say she is "looking forward to contributing my own personal touch to the team" and that she loves the concept of the show.

Pepita will join returning hosts, Ro Regal and Michaela Leeanna.

"This is a game-changer. By adding Pepita to our already dynamic host team of Ro and Michalea, we will dramatically boost viewership, both locally and internationally, and create many added opportunities for our advertisers," said Griffiths.

social scene

Season Three of 'NITE LYFE' is expected to continue providing viewers with access to the hottest aspects of Jamaica's social scene.

"We'll also travel the globe to bring you the latest celebrity news and social events relating to Jamaica and the Caribbean," said Griffiths.

'NITE LYFE' is now broadcast in 22 Caribbean countries, as well as North America, on CaribVision TV. "We want to be where the action is and bring it home to our viewers who can't be there in person. Whether it's Kingston, Bridgetown or New York, even Amsterdam, Zurich or London, we will continue to capture the spirit of Jamaicans and the Caribbean night life on 'NITE LYFE'," said Matherson.

'NITE LYFE' will be back on the air in January 2014 and is asking advertisers for their support.

Interested persons may contact send emails to yaadboiizfilmproductions@gmail.com.





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