Organisers ban the posting of Soca Monarch clips on social media until Sunday

Friday, February 5, 2016 - 00:00

The management of the International Soca Monarch competition is prohibiting the re-broadcast of any aspect of tonight's show, on social media or otherwise until Sunday.

A statement by the management says that anyone found in breach of this policy will be prosecuted.

A statement from the ISM Management says:

"Caribbean Prestige Foundation for the Performing Arts (CPF), expressly prohibits all persons in and around the vicinity of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, from recording, uploading, streaming, posting or causing to be uploaded or posted, any recording of any aspect of the Final Competition onto the Internet, whether via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube or other portals before Sunday 7th February, 2016.

"Professionally recorded material will only be allowed by accredited photographers and videographers.

"Anyone in violation of any of the aforementioned statements shall be prosecuted."

The International Soca Monarch competition is not being broadcast live on any channel or internet stream tonight.

The full show will be aired on CNC3 from 5pm on Saturday following which the winner will be announced.