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Synergy TV

Synergy Television (Synergy TV)
Current Synergy TV logo
Launched March 2003
Owned by Peter C. Lewis
Country Trinidad & Tobago
Language English
Broadcast area Flow Trinidad subscribers in Trinidad
Affiliates CIN (Caribbean International Network)
Headquarters 177 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Flow Trinidad 15
Blink 108
Streaming media

Synergy Television (Synergy TV) is the first music oriented channel, serving Trinidad and Tobago. The channel was founded by Peter C. Lewis former Xtatik band member and host of the highly popular Pete's Picks which also airs on Synergy TV. The channel airs music videos of local and regional artists. It showcases many local entertainers as well as local designers and events.It is available on Channel 15 on the Flow Trinidad cable service in Trinidad. Its headquarters are located at 177 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.


  • History 1
  • Programming 2
  • Network Slogans 3
  • External links 4


The first Synergy TV logo, used until 2011

Synergy TV was launched on Cable Channel 28 in March 2003.The Purpose of the channel was to showcase locally based programming. The station's logo changed in 2011.


The station airs mostly music videos of local and Caribbean artists and locally based programmes such as De Scene, Synergy TV Soca Star, Synergy Nights LIVE, Roll Call, Dynasty Chutney, Concert Series, I Love My Ride, Pete's Picks, Friday Nights Live, Soca Acts, Synergy Sports, Synergy TV Supermodel, Entertainment News, Karry Yuh Key, Chutney Island, Wrap Up, Synergy Sundays, Synergy Chutney Star and Yuh Done Kno.

Network Slogans

  • Bringing Cultures Together (2003–2011)
  • LIFE, ENERGY, SYNERGY (2011–present)

External links

  • Official Site
  • About Synergy Television

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