List of the Best Trinidad and Tobago Newspapers and Online News Sites

By Alex Jackson | Updated on

Trinidad and Tobago is a republican country next to the South Caribbean Sea. Port of Spain is its capital. The area of this country is 5128 square kilometers. Here the official language is English though most of the people speak in Trinidad Creoles.

In this article, we will discuss some of the best Trinidad and Tobago News sources. I hope you will enjoy reading it.

01.The Trinidad and Tobago Express

The Trinidad and Tobago Express (Daily Express) comes first while talking about the best news sources in this country. It is a popular and well-known newspaper in this area. The Caribbean Communications Network (CCN) publishes this newspaper. This national daily newspaper started its journey in 1967. Considering the age of this newspaper, it is the second oldest newspaper in this country.

Along with the physical paper, it has an online edition too. The news website that covers the news of the Trinidad and Tobago express was launched in 1997. People know it as the Internet Express. Surprisingly, this is one of the most visited websites in this country. This is surprising that the website has more than 10K daily visitors, on average. The headquarters of this newspaper is located in Port of Spain.

02.The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian

The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is a daily newspaper published in Trinidad and Tobago. It has a Sunday edition that is known as the Sunday Guardian. Considering the age of this newspaper, it is the oldest newspaper in this country. The newspaper started its journey in 1917.

In the past, this newspaper was published in broadsheet format. But the format has been changed to tabloid format. Due to the format, it is called G-sized Guardian. Guardian Media Limited owns and publishes this newspaper. The head office of this newspaper is also located in Port of Spain, the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago. Besides, it has a branch office in San Fernando.

Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is a very old Trinidadian newspaper you know. It celebrated its centenary in 2017. The Guardian of Democracy is the slogan of this national daily. The Evening News, the Sunday Guardian are its sister news sources.

03.Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

The Trinidad and Tobago Newsday is basically known as the Newsday. It is one of the three national dailies in Trinidad and Tobago. It is worth saying that this newspaper is the newest one among these three. This newspaper started its journey in 1993. The founder is Daniel Chookolingo. The first editor-in-chief was Therese Mills. Like other prominent newspapers, it has a weekend edition, namely the Saturday Newsday.

The headquarters of this newspaper is located in Port of Spain. Besides, the Newsday has a branch office in Fernando. In addition to this, it publishes a local one for Tobago only. The Newsday Tobago is its local sister newspaper that was founded in 2015. This paper is published 5 times per week. Besides, it publishes a weekend edition on Friday.

04.Wired 868

Wired 868 is an online sports newspaper. The website for this newspaper covers the soccer news only. Lasana D. I. Liburd is the sole founder of this publication. This soccer news portal started its journey in 2012. Interestingly, this is the first online sports news portal in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Lasana D. I. Liburd worked as a journalist for many years before founding his own news portal. He started working as a journalist in 1995. He worked for some of the major news sources including World Soccer, ESPN, Trinidad Express, and BBC World Service. Then he founded Wired 868 in 2012. As of 2019, the website saw more than 45,000 monthly visitors.

05.Loop News

The Loop News is another well-known online news portal. The website is a popular news source for the Caribbean. It covers a wide range of news categories including local and global news. The Loop News generally has coverage of local and international events, sports, business, lifestyle, entertainment, and many more.

They have a number of dedicated journalists. That is why this news site brings up-to-date coverage and breaking news. This news portal was founded in 2014 and quickly got popularity in six Caribbean markets: Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Haiti, Barbados, St Lucia, and Cayman. This news site has an app of its own. You will find the app both in the Google Play Store and iOS App Store.

06.CCN TV 6

CCN TV 6 is a free TV network that is a great source of daily news in Trinidad and Tobago. It runs Channel 6 and Channel 18 in Trinidad and Channel 19 in the island of Tobago. The Studios of these TV channels are in Port of Spain. Caribbean Communications Network (CCN) founded this TV channel in 1991.

The TV station telecasts full hour news from 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm. The news is also telecasted on 88.7 FM. The TV 6 news is presented by Yogita Ramroop, Joel Villafana, Philip Lopez, Faine Richards, and Desha Rambhajan. Besides, this station telecasts hourly briefs at 5 pm, 6 pm, 6:30 pm, and 9 pm.

07.Sweet TnT Magazine

Sweet TnT magazine is one of the greatest news sources in Trinidad and Tobago. Culturama Publishing Company owns this magazine. The company is situated in San Juan. This magazine is published both physically and online. In consideration of the publishing frequency, it is a bimonthly magazine, which means this one is published twice a month.

This English-language magazine features news of both citizens and visitors. It covers several topics including entertainment, Creole language, lifestyle, food, and places in Trinidad and Tobago. The current revenue of this magazine is $5 million. This publication has 29 employees.

Final Words

Like other Caribbean countries, Trinidad and Tobago is an island country. Here 95% of people live in Trinidad and 5% of people live in Tobago. To know about a nation, there is no alternative to know about their own news sources.

So, in this article, we have discussed the best news sources in Trinidad and Tobago. Hope you have enjoyed reading this.

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