Radio Host Carel Pedre’s 5 Greatest Moments

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The year 2016 just flew by, didn’t it. Haiti-based radio host Carel Pedre’s year was very eventful. Let’s see how it went for the multimedia personality.
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Here is the host posing with a fellow media personality at the Montreal Black Film Festival. He was a jury member for this year’s edition of the film fest.
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A fan presents the host with a framed illustration in his likeness.
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With Nedgyne Louis, the founder of Anseye Pou Ayiti, a non-profit based in the United States and Haiti that’s focused on Haitian education reforms.

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In May, Pedre left Haiti for the United States to join several other journalism professionals from other countries for the IVLP program, conducted by the Department of State.

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The multimedia host poses at the ABC offices.

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The host covering the West Indian Labor Day Festival in New York.

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The multimedia host, who’s also an avid techie, held a Haitian Creole workshop to teach others how to make the best of livestreaming.

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Taking on co-hosting duties for his podcast show De Tout et de Rien (Everything and Nothing) with co-host DJ K9.

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With a host of guests for an edition of his morning show “Chokarella”.

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The Olympics was one of the most-discussed topics by #TeamHaiti. Here, Pedre poses for photos with one of the Team Haiti Olympics participants.

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Hanging out with some fans!

Pedre closed off the year with more than 149,000 followers on Instagram, and with nearly 100,000 followers on Twitter, not to mention the 200,000+ who follow his personal page and his radio show’s Facebook page. When all his social platforms are tallied up, he has a reach of more than a quarter of a million.

What will the year 2017 bring for the multimedia personality? Be sure to check out radio host Carel Pedre’swebsite| and be sure to keep up with him on Twitter and on Instagram!




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