New Local Haitian TV Station Debuts in Central Florida .. #AyitiTV #OrlandoTV

Ayiti TV Orlando

French-Creole Ayiti TV Orlando, a new local Haitian TV station, has debuted in Central Florida. Its 24-hour programming will include news, sports, music, movies, comedy shows, concerts, religious programming, and children’s shows.

The station was founded by Orlando resident Sendra Dorcé, who was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, but relocated to the US with her diplomat parents.

Dorcé said her vision for Ayiti TV is to educate viewers and bridge the divide between Haitians and Dominicans. Ayiti TV also has subtitles for those who don’t speak the language.

Ayiti TV is part of her Send’Or brand, which also includes financial firm Send’Or Capital, and real estate company Send’Or International Properties.

The station is available on Roku digital channel 38.2 in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties, and viewers can also access local content on Ayiti TV Orlando’s YouTube channel.

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[Image Courtesy Sendra Dorcé]

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