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Carnival & Soca
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Moonfruit has updated the web engines to HTML5, which we applaud and support. The upgrade has, however caused some issues with the running of our site and the only way we can deal with this is to self host our content.
As with all developments it will take some time and we as an organisation will be taking this oppertunity to evolve. Part of the evolution includes a restructure of how Soca and Caribbean style carnivals is promoted. M.o.S will now focus on a strategic level, developing a range of programmes to promote Soca artist, music and Caribbean style carnivals. The delivery of the entertaiment side has been passed to Ramajay Radio, formally called MoSo Radio.
Ramajay Radio's website www.ramajay-iradio.com, is now up and running with a fresh responsive design. It will work on computers, tablets and smart phones, using iOS or Andriod. The live feed from Ramajay Radio is available on the website.
The Ministry of Soca's website will be moving in a few weeks time. The information on this website is now frozen, i.e. no more updates will be posted here (the Twitter feed being the only execption). You can contact Team M.o.S from the Ramajay iRadio website. You can also find Ramajay iRadio on Facebook.
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Peace & unity,