|ieTelevision Cable Channel 1 (ieTV Channel 1)|
Current ieTV Logo
|Owned by||The Caribbean Lifestyle Communications Group (The CL Communications group)|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Slogan||Celebrating our Heritage|
|Country||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Broadcast area||Flow Trinidad subscribers in Trinidad|
|Affiliates||VA Films, heartbeat 103.5fm, EBONY 104.1FM, Radio 90.5FM, Music Radio 97.1FM|
|Headquarters||76 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago|
ie Television Cable Channel 1 (ieTV Channel 1) is a local cable television station in Trinidad and Tobago and was the first local cable station in the country.
The station's programming consists of a mix of local and East Indian programming. Local programming includes a twice weekly original theatrical production from the Freddy Kissoon Players, cooking shows, local documentaries, movies, business programmes and a daily 1/2 hour current affairs programme called One on One . During periods when original programming is not being carried, programming is provided by a feed from Voice Of America television. Live local newscasts are broadcast at 5pm , 6.30pm,7.30pm and 9pm on weekdays and 6:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays.The ie in the station name represents id est or that is.
The main news anchors are Maxine Maharaj, Sham G Ali, Giselle McIntyre and Vernon Ramesar. The Head of News is Vashtee Achaibar and the Head of Current Affairs is Vernon Ramesar.
- That is TV
- Celebrating our Heritage (-present)