ieTV

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"IETV" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Israeli Educational Television.
ieTelevision Cable Channel 1 (ieTV Channel 1)
Ietv.jpg
Current ieTV Logo
Launched 2005?
Owned by The Caribbean Lifestyle Communications Group (The CL Communications group)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Celebrating our Heritage
Country Trinidad and Tobago
Language English
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
Website http://www.ietv1.com/home.html
Availability
Terrestrial
Satellite
Cable
Flow Trinidad 1
Satellite radio
Radio 90.5FM
IPTV
Blink 116
Streaming media
Ustream http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ietvchannel1

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.

Availability[edit]

It is carried on channel 1 on the Flow cable system in Trinidad. Channel 116 on Blink, TSTT's IPTV service and online using Ustream.

Programming[edit]

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.

Network Slogans[edit]

  • That is TV
  • Celebrating our Heritage (-present)

External links[edit]