Caribbean Communications Network Television 6 (CCN TV6) is a free-to-air television network in Trinidad. It operates an analog NTSC television system, broadcasting on channels 6 and 18 on the island of Trinidad and channel 19 on Tobago. Her studios are located at 35-37 Independence Square, Port of Spain.
CCN TV6 began broadcasting on August 31, 1991, with a viewing time of 6:00 a.m. at 10:00 p.m. diary. Before that date, audience options were limited as the government-owned Trinidad and Tobago Television (ttt) was the only option.
TV6 became the first independently operated television station in the English-speaking Caribbean, broadcasting to more than 80% of the population of Trinidad and Tobago. Once TV6 was launched, the monopoly of television was broken with the opening of the market.
TV6 has been the home of several veteran broadcasters in Trinidad and Tobago over the years, including Francesca Hawkins and Dominic Kalipersad.
The station was launched by Caribbean Communications Network, owners of Trinidad Express, in 1991. By the first half of 2002, TV6 began to solidify its online integration with the flagship Trinidad Express website.
CCN TV6 began to include much of its nightly newscast online, for customers to access as news on demand on the Trinidad Express website. In 2005, CCN merged with the Barbados Nation to form a new company, One Caribbean Media Ltd. The CEO of CCN TV6 is Shida Bolai.
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