Loop is the number one source for Caribbean-wide local, regional and global content providing the best coverage of news, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, business, community and events. With our trusted team of journalists working locally in each market, we strive to bring you all the breaking and most up-to-date coverage of events, from a team you can trust.
With over 970,000 downloads to date, Loop currently provides content for 16 markets in the Caribbean, Central America and South Pacific.
Caribbean news has never been so social with Loop’s social and article commenting features meaning users can read, share and shape the stories as they happen. Available on the web and with apps for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone, users can access Loop anytime, anywhere and can get involved by posting stories, videos and photos.
Loop launched in April 2014 in its first three markets (Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Curacao) on operating systems for BB, Android and iOS devices as well as on the web. It became the Caribbean’s number one news app in the Google Play store and Apple App store within two months of launch. Loop now provides local news in Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, Cayman, Curacao, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Nauru and Vanuatu.
Meet Our News Team
Daphne Ewing-Chow is a well-known writer and thought leader with a passion for sustainable agriculture and food systems. She is widely published in the area of agriculture, fisheries and marine conservation, is an environmental and agriculture contributor with Forbes, served as the head of communications for CC4FISH, Caribbean climate change in fisheries project at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and currently serves as the Head of Content at Loop News in the Cayman Islands. Daphne is the previous Editor-in-Chief of Living Barbados, a luxury lifestyle brand with offices in Barbados and Canada, and is widely published across an extensive variety of platforms including Forbes, The Sunday Times (London), Elephant Journal, Elite Daily, Just Luxe and a variety of Caribbean publications. Daphne also served as President of Thomvest Ventures (Barbados) Ltd., a $500mm cross-stage venture capital fund based in Silicon Valley and Toronto. Daphne has been highly involved in philanthropic initiatives with dance4life, the Zero Waste Trust and sits on the Board of Advisors for the American Caribbean Maritime Foundation. She is a member of the United Nations Island Voices Journalism Campaign and is a food sustainability panellist for the $3 million Zayed Sustainability Award, in the United Arab Emirates. Daphne holds a Master’s Degree in International Affairs with a speciality in International Economic Policy from Columbia University in New York.