XTreme Video are the publishers of www.surfersvillage.com and owners of all intellectual and trade mark rights to the respective trading name Surfersvillage. This Website is a leader in its field with respect to the information supplied, design and interaction with the surf and marine weather industry and public.
Editor-In-Chief is Bryan Dickerson who runs news 24/7 from various global locations can be reached at editor@surfersvillage.
Marketing and business development is Anne Louvet. She monitors development from parent company XTreme Video in Media City, Dubai. Anne is available at firstname.lastname@example.org
Surfersvillage thrives because of the constant sourcing of stories from contributors all over the globe. In Hawaii Jodi Wilmott keeps us updated while throughout Europe we have Stephanie Protet in France, To Mane in Portugal and Rob Tibbles in the UK sending content. In Australia Brad Farmer and Steve Robertson contribute heavily, while Ben Kennings of New Zealand and Paul Botha of South Africa round out the list of southern hemisphere contributors.
The Surfersvillage Story:
The support by Surfersvillage for Junior Surfing bore fruit, as evidenced by seven young European surfers qualifying for the 2009 ASP World Championship Tour. Surfersvillage supported all of them editorially.
Surfersvillage developed, and published The Surfing Yearbook. Continued publication of the widely admired annual edition was suspended due to the economic climate following the 2008 financial crisis.
Surfersvillage created the unique Digital Edition publication in Surfing, ‘It’ Thirty Days in Surfing in 2011. Publication of the widely admired edition is positioned to commence production as soon as the market and financial climate permits.
Surfersvillage produces the ‘Surfersvillage Awards’ an awards program recognizing creative and technical talent, amateur and professional, in traditional and new media in the models of print photo and video. ‘The Awards’ are supported by European Surf Industry Manufacturers Association (EuroSIMA), whose members in part make up the judging panels deciding the eventual Surfersvillage Awards winners
The Surfersvillage creed, and guiding business principal, is to be of service, to the surfers, the industry and surf culture. Surfersvillage operates as a news service agency specializing in Surfing, publishing surfing news globally.