Caribbean New Media Group

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Caribbean New Media Group
Type Public- owned by Government of Trinidad and Tobago
Founded 2005
Headquarters Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

The Caribbean New Media Group is a state-run media company in Trinidad and Tobago. It is the successor company to its predecessor, the now defunct Trinidad and Tobago Television (ttt). The company operates three radio stations: Sweet 100.1, Next 99.1 and "Talk City 91.1", as well as a television station CNMG-TV. It also operates television services on channels 9, 13, and 6. Some of the station's news and event coverage is streamed online at Most of its programming consists of programmes from the United States, though the company is reportedly looking to air more original programming. The company experimented with pay-per-view streaming of Carnival in 2010. The company has replaced the former government channel, channel 4. The Caribbean New Media Group is quickly becoming one of Trinidad and Tobago's major news channels.[1]


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