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Tami Live goes regional

Tami is a British and Kittitian citizen who has lived in the Virgin Islands for the past 15 years.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – On December 2, television viewers in Turks and Caicos will be able to tune in to their local channel to see the Virgin Islands (VI) new hit television show, Tami Live, a press release stated.

Created and produced by Tamara Archibald Gill (Tami), Tami Live is a 30 minute television talk show designed to inspire, motivate, and uplift its audience with positive, motivational themes, and topics.

Premiering on Jahphix Television (JTV) in June 2011, this vibrant show discusses issues as varied as ‘Living Single’ to ‘Embracing Diabetes’.

Hosted by Tami, her discussions ensue with key guests, followed by segments such as, ‘Things that make you go…hmmm’; ‘Tami’s Highlights, which features and endorses products, places, and items; and Tami’s Bucket of Happiness, where Tami shares her happy experiences and encourages people to…”Just Be Happy”.

Tami Live always ends with Tami's Final Thoughts, which encourages and inspires, promoting positive thought and action.

After the announcement, Tami said, “I am beaming with excitement! Tami Live was seen on my facebook page, and a request was sent to air the show in Turks and Caicos. Season 1 was complete and it just seemed like an opportune time to introduce the show to another market. Simultaneously, the opportunity to air the show in St. Kitts and Nevis presented itself, so we will launch Tami Live there in January 2012. I am humbled, honoured, and thrilled about these new opportunities, and I look forward to spreading positive energy everywhere.”

Tami hinted that she is exploring other markets to air Tami Live, and will announce them once they are confirmed. Tami Live will air on WIV, Channel 4 in Turks and Caicos and on ZIZ television in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Tami through tears also expressed gratitude to all of her guests, for participating in Season 1 of Tami Live, her facebook page friends for their support and feedback, and to the VI Community for embracing the show, which highlights many positive features of the Virgin Islands.

Season 1 of Tami Live, which will soon be available on DVD, features twelve inspiring episodes. Persons interested in contacting Tami Live are encouraged to join Tami on or to log onto Tami Live is filmed at Jahphix Television Studio. It airs every Sunday night at 8:30 p.m. on Channel 55. Season 2 begins in the Virgin Islands on Sunday, November 27th at 8:30 p.m.

Tami is a British and Kittitian citizen who has lived in the Virgin Islands for the past 15 years. She is the third child of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Archibald of St. Kitts; has three brothers, one sister; and is the wife of Mr. David A. Gill. Tami is also the mother of two children, 8-year-old Danielle Aaliyah Gill, and 6-year-old Dylan Archibald Gill.

2 Responses to “Tami Live goes regional ”

  • You know who (16/11/2011, 11:50) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    You have the zest and vision our young people are looking for. You possess qualities that parallels my interest....entertainment in the BVI is in full bloom...I wish you all teh best in your endeavors
  • under the bus (16/11/2011, 15:25) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
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