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List of newspapers in Trinidad and Tobago

 

List of newspapers in Trinidad and Tobago

This list of newspapers in Trinidad and Tobago is a list of newspapers printed and distributed in the Trinidad and Tobago. It includes a list of daily newspapers, weekly and specialty newspapers, community newspapers and magazines published in Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad and Tobago has three (3) national newspapers.

Contents

  • Trinidad and Tobago newspapers 1
    • National daily newspapers 1.1
    • Weekly and specialty newspapers 1.2
    • Tobago newspapers 1.3
    • Monthly journals 1.4
    • Magazines 1.5
    • News websites 1.6
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Trinidad and Tobago newspapers

National daily newspapers

35-37 Independence Square, Port of Spain (North Office, Production House)[1]

22-24 St. Vincent Street, Port of Spain (North Office)[1]

19-21 Chacon Street, Port of Spain (North Office) [1]

Weekly and specialty newspapers

  • the Trinidad and Tobago Sunshine Newspaper, Kantac Plaza, Arouca [2][3][3]
  • TnT Mirror, Ninth Street & Ninth Avenue, Barataria,[1][4]
  • Showtime Newspaper, Ninth Street & Ninth Avenue, Barataria (North Office)[1]
  • Sunday Punch Newspaper, Ninth Street & Ninth Avenue, Barataria (North Office)[1]
  • The Moruga Chronicle, Moruga Rd. Basse Terre, Moruga[1]
  • Blast Newspaper, 5-6 Hingoo Lands, San Juan [1]
  • Bomb Newspaper, Southern Main Rd & Clifford St. Curepe [1]
  • Hello Small Business & Tradesman News,[1]
  • The Probe [5]
  • The Independent, 20 Abercromby Street, Port of Spain [5]
  • The Weekend Heat, Southern Main Road, Curepe [6]
  • The Catholic News [7]
  • The Anglican Outlook, 2 Hayes Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain
  • The Eastern Times, Sunset Drive, Arouca
  • SANTOSH - Community Newspaper. Hosein Drive, Tacarigua

Tobago newspapers

  • Tobago News, TIDCO Mall, Scarborough [1][4]
  • Tobago Pillar, U Turn Mall, Wilson Road, Scarborough, Tobago[1]

Monthly journals

  • Trinidad and Tobago Review, Trinidad & Tobago Institute of the West Indies at Tapia House

82-84 St. Vincent Street, Tunapuna [1]

Magazines[8]

  • Sweet TnT Magazine - Trinidad and Tobago culture - printed and posted on http://www.sweettntmagazine.com/
  • MACO Magazines - MACO Caribbean Living, MACO People Trinidad, MACO People Barbados
  • the Westerly
  • Living World Journal
  • TT NRG - Local Publication on Oil & Gas
  • UWI Today
  • Island Sports and Fitness
  • Tobago Today
  • Trinidad-Tobago Net
  • St Augustine News - UWI
  • Abstract Magazine
  • Zorce Racing Magazine
  • SixthSpeed Tuner Magazine
  • Ranting trini
  • Critical Analysis
  • Paradise Pulse: An online lifestyle magazine accessed at www.paradisepulse.com
  • Trin Mag
  • Just Comics and More
  • Comic Publisher
  • The Draft
  • Boca - Marine and Yachting Magazine
  • Caribbean Beat - Caribbean Airlines inflight magazine
  • Exporter
  • Caribbean E-Business Magazine
  • Vox
  • Executive Time
  • Discover Trinidad and Tobago
  • Scorch
  • Topsoil Magazine
  • Ins and Outs of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Who's Who in Trinidad and Tobago Business
  • Business Trinidad and Tobago
  • Coco Belle Magazine - Beauty and lifestyle Caribbean magazine.
  • Nākd Farmer- Wellness and Agriculture Magazine

News websites

  • Trinidad and Tobago News

Featuring links to news websites, views, history, economics, politics, philosophy, environment, foreign policy, technology, media, and more.

  • Wired868.com

Featuring local, regional and international sport news, analysis and news satire, and blogs.

  • Newstube.tv Trinbago

A platform where lay people contribute the news of Trinidad and Tobago by uploading their newsworthy or noteworthy photos and videos.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Trinidad & Tobago Media". Tntisland.com. 2011-01-25. Retrieved 2011-11-06. 
  2. ^ http://www.trinidadexpress.com/news/Jack-launches-newspaper-208025961.html
  3. ^ a b http://jyoticommunication.blogspot.com/2013/05/sunshine-newspaper-debuts-on-may-24.html
  4. ^ a b "Trinidad and Tobago Newspapers - Newspapers from Trinidad and Tobago". Newspapers24.com. Retrieved 2011-11-06. 
  5. ^ a b Nigel Mahabir. "Newpapers in Trinidad & Tobago". Search.co.tt. Retrieved 2011-11-06. 
  6. ^ "Trinidad and Tobago Media Services". trinicenter.com. Retrieved 2011-11-06. 
  7. ^ "Trinidad & Tobago Newspapers : Newspapers from Trinidad & Tobago : Trinidad & Tobago News". Onlinenewspapers.com. Retrieved 2011-11-06. 
  8. ^ Nigel Mahabir. "Magazines in Trinidad & Tobago". Search.co.tt. Retrieved 2011-11-06. 

External links

  • Trinidad Express Newspapers official site
  • Guardian official site
  • Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday official site
  • TnT Mirror official site
  • The Catholic News official site
  • Caribbean Beat official site
  • Discover Trinidad & Tobago official site
  • MACO Magazines official site
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