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Annual charity day boosts fundraising

At the halfway point of its annual staff charity day, JT has already raised over £10,000 towards their goal of £20,000.  This will then be shared among its chosen charities for 2016.

JT’s annual charity day took place on Friday 17 June with Channel Island staff taking part in a raft of fundraising activities. This included cake sales, quizzes, raffles, a staff BBQ and retail store collections. To date, £5,000 has been raised across the Channel Island offices which has then been matched by JT to boost the annual fundraising target at the mid-point to £10,000.

JT’s Head of Marketing, Tamara O’Brien said: “Our staff always get behind our annual charity day. This year was no exception, it was a fun-filled day reinforcing our charity commitments with some fantastic team-focussed activities across all our offices. It was great to see our staff wholeheartedly get behind this with all sorts of fun and different events. They pitted their wits against each other in a staff quiz and danced in Salsa sessions. The result of their combined efforts is really encouraging and means we are already halfway towards our fundraising target. Even more events and fundraising opportunities are planned between now and the end of the year.”

JT’s chosen charities for 2016 are Friends of SCBU (Special Care Baby Unit) in Jersey . And in Guernsey, The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation.


For further information, please contact Pauline Ramskill at Direct Input. Telephone 01534 735253 or email pauline@directinput.je


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JT’s industry leading connectivity brings the Bloch Dance World Cup to a global audience

The 2016 Bloch Dance World Cup was broadcasted to a global audience.  Thanks to a partnership between Jersey based digital media company Senergy Digital and JT.

JT provided the infrastructure to support global seamless streaming facilities for the organisers which saw over 3.43 million streaming minutes watched in 107 countries through the course of the 8-day event. Over 347,000 unique views of the live stream were recorded.  51% of viewers watched via a smartphone, with 26% on desktops and 23% on tablet devices.

Over 3,000 competitors from 41 countries performed in Jersey during the eight-day contest that took place at Fort Regent. JT’s superfast fibre-broadband and 4G networks enabled Senergy Digital to provide dance lovers and event supporters from around the world with a free-to-view, first class live online broadcast via Club Wow media services.

Superb Media Services

Dan Williams, Digital Director at Senergy Digital commented: “We are grateful for the support of JT and for access to JT’s fibre and 4G networks. These have allowed us to deliver superb media services from Jersey at speeds we haven’t been able to achieve in any previous host country.”

He added: “To bring every second of the competition to a global audience for free was not just great for the viewer, but a fantastic opportunity for every dancer performing at the competition. It gave them a chance to showcase their ability, dedication and determination to the world. We were privileged to give each dancer the exposure they rightly deserve.”

Digitally-Enabled Event

Tamara O’Brien, Head of Marketing for JT said: “It was a pleasure to support Senergy Digital by providing superfast connectivity. This has also helped to make this the most digitally-enabled event in the Bloch Dance World Cup history. Connectivity is really important when events with a worldwide audience happen in the Channel Islands. So, the organisers can now rely upon our enviable infrastructure to broadcast live coverage. Above all else, it’s events like this which are important in showcasing what Jersey has to offer . As well as the capability we have in terms of technology.”

Highlights of the 2016 Bloch Dance World Cup can be viewed on the following links:




Issued by Leonie Hervé, Direct Input, telephone 01534 735253 or email leonie@directinput.je