Wrong Belle Holder?

Last Updated 8/31/2006

General Information

Employment History

Host  - Digi

Host  - Digicel Rising Stars

Radio Announcer  - Co-op Radio

Style and Entertainment Columnist  - 

Education

Journalism Associate Degree  - Langara College Vancouver

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Belle is new host of Digicel rising stars
Home News Latest News August 31st 2006 - Belle is new host of Digicel rising stars HER charismatic personality and signature voice thrill viewers of the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) daily wake up show, Mornin' Barbados. Now she wears a new cap as the host of the Digicel Rising Stars 2006 series. She is Belle Holder, whose refreshing smile and impressive credentials made her the number one choice for the popular Digicel talent series which is telecast every Sunday night on CBC Channel 8. Expressing her feelings on her new role, Holder said: I felt very excited and honoured to be associated with the Digicel brand, especially on a project like this where I get to travel across the region and meet interesting people. Holder, a Barbadian-born health enthusiast and former African dance performer, previously resided in Canada where she enjoyed a diverse media career including a stint as a radio announcer at Co-op Radio 102.7 FM CFRO Vancouver. She co-hosted Caribbean Sounds' and The Morning Drive-by' radio shows, did voice-overs, conducted on-air interviews and wrote, edited and proof read public service announcements. She was also a Style & Entertainment Columnist for a newspaper called The Afro News', for which she wrote and edited a bi-monthly column, The Style In You', generated story ideas, conducted research and interviews and tracked cultural influences and developments, among other activities. Before returning to Barbados in 2005, she was the television host of a one-hour weekly entertainment program, World Beats' on Channel M: Multivision Television (Cable 8). Her love for culture, community and history also saw her as emcee for Black History Month events in Vancouver in February 2004 & 2005. Holder holds a Journalism Associate Degree from Langara College Vancouver, BC. She also studied Broadcast Journalism at BCIT (British Columbia Institute of Technology).

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Belle is New Host of Digicel Rising Stars HER charismatic personality and signature voice thrill viewers of the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) daily wake up show, Mornin' Barbados.Now she wears a new cap as the host of the Digicel Rising Stars 2006 series.She is Belle Holder, whose refreshing smile and impressive credentials made her the number one choice for the popular Digicel talent series which is telecast every Sunday night on CBC Channel 8. Expressing her feelings on her new role, Holder said: "I felt very excited and honoured to be associated with the Digicel brand, especially on a project like this where I get to travel across the region and meet interesting people. Holder, a Barbadian-born health enthusiast and former African dance performer, previously resided in Canada where she enjoyed a diverse media career including a stint as a radio announcer at Co-op Radio 102.7 FM CFRO Vancouver.She co-hosted ‘Caribbean Sounds' and ‘The Morning Drive-by' radio shows, did voice-overs, conducted on-air interviews and wrote, edited and proof read public service announcements.She was also a Style & Entertainment Columnist for a newspaper called ‘The Afro News', for which she wrote and edited a bi-monthly column, ‘The Style In You', generated story ideas, conducted research and interviews and tracked cultural influences and developments, among other activities.Before returning to Barbados in 2005, she was the television host of a one-hour weekly entertainment program, ‘World Beats' on Channel M: Multivision Television (Cable 8).Her love for culture, community and history also saw her as emcee for Black History Month events in Vancouver in February 2004 & 2005.Holder holds a Journalism Associate Degree from Langara College Vancouver, BC.She also studied Broadcast Journalism at BCIT (British Columbia Institute of Technology).

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Belle is new host of Digicel Rising Stars Web Posted - Tue Sep 05 2006HER charismatic personality and signature voice thrill viewers of the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporations (CBC) daily wake up show, Mornin Barbados.Now she wears a new cap as the host of the Digicel Rising Stars 2006 series.She is Belle Holder, whose refreshing smile and impressive credentials made her the number one choice for the popular Digicel talent series, which is being telecast every Sunday night on CBC Channel 8.Expressing her feelings on her new role, Holder said: I feel very excited and honoured to be associated with the Digicel brand, especially on a project like this, which allows me to travel throughout the region and of course meet great people.Holder, a Barbadian-born health enthusiast and former African dance performer, previously resided in Canada where she enjoyed a diverse media career, including a stint as a radio announcer at Co-op Radio 102.7 FM CFRO Vancouver.She co-hosted the radio shows Caribbean Sounds and The Morning Drive-by.She was also a Style & Entertainment Columnist for a newspaper called The Afro News. Her bi-monthly column The Style In You, tracked musical, cultural and social influences and developments, on fashion and entertainment.Before returning to Barbados in October 2005, she was the television host of a one-hour weekly entertainment programme, World Beats on Channel M: Multivision Television (Cable 8).Her love for culture, community and history also saw her as emcee for Black History Month events in Vancouver in February 2004 & 2005.Holder holds a Journalism Associate Degree from Langara College Vancouver, BC.She also studied Broadcast Journalism at BCIT (British Columbia Institute of Technology).

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