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About Us

The IrieTimesTV Crew

What happens when the leading Caribbean Internet Radio station, IRIETIMES.COM and award-winning filmmakers, BarriVision Films team up? You get FREE Caribbean Internet TV. Welcome to

Leroy "Dreamy" Riley

IT & Technical Director


Dreamy as he is known by everyone, started Photography 51 years ago specializing in weddings, fashion events and concerts while living in New York. He was the official photographer for Reggae Sunsplash, Miss Jamaica Miami, Miss Jamaica Florida and Caribbean Lifestyle Magazine for many years. As a photographer he won many top awards in the Jamaica Gleaner photography competition until he was banned from entering.


In 1986 he moved to Florida and in 1998 started irietimes as a magazine until he transitioned it to a web based publication. He boldly ignored the naysayers and transformed it into an all media portal and in 2009, began live streaming with local DJs just for fun. The rest is history. Today boasts selectors from several countries and worldwide viewership that averages more than 20,000 listeners monthly from more than 50 countries.

He continues to grow the brand with the opening of

Michael "Barri" Brown

Station & Programs Director,


CEO, BarriVision Films

Michael, affectionately known in the industry as “Barri” founded BarriVision Films in 1998 as a result of the overwhelming response he received from videotaping and editing weddings and other functions at his home church.  A natural talent, Barri went on develop and hone his skills and by 2004, he had developed an enviable reputation as the leading producer of English-speaking Caribbean television programs in South Florida.


His prior experience as an audio engineer and producer of a popular radio soap opera, Neighbors, combined with his video production skills made him a sought after producer in the South Florida Caribbean community.


Having directed, filmed, edited and produced more than 12 television programs that have aired in the United States and the Caribbean, numerous commercials, infomercials and events, he turned his sights on producing Jamaica’s first Gospel Movie, Just Another Friday . Since then he has  produced three additional award-winning films, The Gift Everlasting, 70 x Seven and Just Another Friday 2,  all written and directed by his wife, Judith Falloon-Reid.

Judith Falloon-Reid

Marketing Coordinator, IrieTimesTV 

VP, BarriVision Films

Judith is an author, poet, filmmaker, actress and inspirational speaker. Born and raised in Jamaica, she has authored several novels, children’s books and inspirational self-help books.

She is the writer and director of four award-winning Faith-based movies, 70 x Seventy, Just Another Friday, The Gift Everlasting and Just Another Friday 2. She also wrote, directed and
starred in the short film, iWitness, and is the narrator of the documentary, Aaah-Inspiring Antarctica – a Jamaican on Ice, that chronicles her trip to Antarctica as the first Jamaican
woman on record to visit the continent.
The creator of several Caribbean television shows and former host of television programs, she has over 35 years’ experience as a writer, covering
everything from news to travel, Christian self-help and fiction novels. Judith lives with her husband and business partner, filmmaker Michael Brown of BarriVision Films, in South Florida and they travel frequently to Jamaica, the setting for most of their films.  As committed volunteers of Jamaica Youth for Christ, they facilitate the Ministry’s Film and
Training Units.

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