Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island country of West Indies in the Caribbean. Its land area is 5,131 km², and the population is 1.369 million (2017). The capital city of Trinidad and Tobago is Port of Spain.
The oldest newspaper of this twin-island is The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian. It was a daily newspaper. It was first published on September 2, 1917. There are various kinds of newspapers, and they release almost all types of news of their daily activities, events or important announcements, and much other important news. The updated list of the newspapers of Trinidad and Tobago includes- The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian, Trinidad Express Newspapers, Trinidad and Tobago News, Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, Catholic News. Besides, there are some internet-based news media outlets are working as well. They provide with the latest news and information to the visitors. Some of the best known internet-based media outlets are Loop TT, The Express, Trinidad Times, Catholic News, Trinidad Express, Tobago News. Trinidad and Tobago offer magazines too, top magazines of Trinidad and Tobago include- Sweet TnT Magazine, Executive Time, Just Comics and More, The Draft, Abstract Magazine, Business Trinidad and Tobago, Comic Publisher, Contact Magazine.
First television station of Trinidad and Tobago is The National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago. It was founded in 1991. Many other television stations are there, and it includes- C TV, Tobago Channel 5, The Parliament Channel, Gayelle, Islamic Broadcast Network, TV 4, WIN TV, Synergy TV.
Streaming radio stations are the easiest way to listen to your favorite music. Almost every country in the world has many radio stations so as well as Trinidad and Tobago. The oldest radio station is Radio Trinidad. Its first airdate is 1947. The other radio stations are- Radio Trinidad, ISAAC 98.1 FM, Wack Radio, Red FM, Music Radio 97, 96WEFM, Sweet FM, Vibe CT 105, 951 Remix.
Trinidad and Tobago is a developed country, so it is quite internet accessed. It is well wired, and it is one of the most wired countries in the world, 137th in the world; 69.2% of the population. The internet is widely used in this country. The internet users of Trinidad and Tobago is around 846,000. They can access the internet at home or anywhere via any device. The internet speed of Trinidad and Tobago takes 2.79 Mbps to downloads and 1.47 Mbps to upload, and the internet is widely available at a very affordable price. If you want to surf the web, check your email, want to know any information or communicate, there are plenty of options in Trinidad and Tobago. There are many paid WIFI connections and many internet cafes. There are many internet service providers in Trinidad and Tobago, and those are- Columbus Communications Trinidad Ltd., Novo Communications Limited, Flow, Amplia.
Trinidad and Tobago are one of the advanced countries in the world. In Trinidad and Tobago, telecommunications includes- Newspaper, news websites, television, radio, and internet. In the future, we can hope that this country will be more advanced and developed and people will have more opportunities for the telecommunication.