CNC3 was initially launched as a cable-only news service in September 2005, as Cable News Channel 3, with its output consisting mainly of News and Current Affairs. In 2008, CNC3 obtained a free to air license, becoming one of the mainstream national broadcasters, operating on channels 12, 14 and 22.
Potentially, it can reach all 400,000+ households in Trinidad and Tobago, with its signal extending into Grenada. Beyond its free to air presence, CNC3 is available on all T&T’s leading cable and satellite services and it is also streamed online.
CNC3 is a broadcast television station in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, providing Entertainment and local News shows. CNC3 produces and airs local news and current affairs programs as well as broadcasting Entertainment shows from the United States.22-24 St.
The Caribbean Communications Network Television 6 (CCN TV6) is a Trinidadian free-to-air television network. It operates an analog NTSC television system, broadcasting on channels 6 and 18 in the island of Trinidad and channel 19 in Tobago. Its studios are located at 35-37 Independence Square, Port of Spain.
Trinidad and Tobago Television TTT Limited was launched on August 30th 2018 by the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. the Honourable Keith Rowley.
TTT Limited owns and operates a broadcast media facility comprising TTT, its flagship free to air television station broadcasting on channels 9, 13 and 20, and three radio stations on the FM frequency – Talk City 91.1, Next 99.1, and Sweet 100.1.
Tobago Channel 5 is a broadcast television station from Signal Hill, Trinidad and Tobago, providing Community News, Information and Entertainment. Tobago Channel 5 produces and airs news, commentary and current affairs shows of interest to the viewers of the Caribbean.
Tobago Channel 5 is a community television station originating from the island of Tobago in Trinidad and Tobago. The station primarily broadcasts programming on Tobago, Tobago's news, Tobago's people, Tobago's culture and Tobago's perspective on national issues.
Tobago Channel 5 is one of two local television station in Tobago the other being the Tobago Inspirational Network (TIN). Its studios are located at 65-67 Lambeau, Signal Hill Road, Signal Hill, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago. The station is carried on channel 5 on Trico Industries Limited and a live stream of their programmes is available on their website.
Tobago Channel 5's original programming include programs such as Campout, Channel 5 News, Rise & Shine, Total Lockdown, Sports Talk, Half Time Show, Your Point Of View, High 5 and Jamboree.
Gayelle The Caribbean "At Last We Own Television!" is a community based television station which is dedicated to bringing out the beauty and talent of the twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean by highlighting and celebrating the positive aspects through 100% local programming.
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Sankhya Television is Trinidad and Tobago’s first dedicated Hindu television station, we are an organisation centred around bringing 100% Cultural, Inspirational and Spiritual content to our viewers.
Sankhya Television is a cable television station from Princes Town, Trinidad and Tobago, providing Hindu Religious programming. Sankhya Television produces and airs shows about Hindu scripture, history and lifestyle choices.
WIN TV is a broadcast television station from Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago, providing News and Entertainment to the East Indian audience in Trinidad and Tobago. Also known as World Indian Network Television, WIN TV produces and airs local news, health information and celebrity news as well as Bollywood television and movies.
World Indian Network Television (commonly known as WIN TV) was a television station in Trinidad and Tobago. Launched in 2007, it was one of two local television stations (the other being IETV) dedicated to the East Indian market. Its headquarters were located at the Corner of Henry and Bonito Street, Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago.