Talk City is a news and current affairs talk station targeting the 35 to 55 age group and began broadcasting on November 9th 2006
Programming includes coverage of sporting events, religious, national/cultural observances and public service/educational programming. The station is committed to providing a broad range of content reflective of the national community.
Hourly newscasts from 6am to 7pm keep the national community informed.
There are discussions/interactive shows throughout the day, from news and current affairs to culture, providing an avenue for in-depth dialogue, fostering an invaluable link between the man in the street and the experts/decision makers.
All programmes are fully interactive with audience communication via social media and phone.
• We will demonstrate respect to our callers and encourage MUTUAL respect.
• We will focus on the ISSUES, and encourage rational discussions.
• We will promote and encourage inter-racial harmony and tolerance for religious, political, and other differences.
The station remains committed to offering an opportunity to national community for an intelligent/informed exchange of ideas and opinions
Experience a different approach to Talk Radio.
NEXT 99.1 FM, the next level of radio, began broadcasting on August 21st 2006 and targets the youth and young adults from 16 years to 35 years.
Since 2011, music genres has been merging and mixing, our music reflects this trend and gives listeners a bit of everything , in other words,’Chart topping and recurrent music with the best of what’s new.’
Next 99 has led the way with popular successful products such as Soca City, Pavement Lime and One Jamming Street party.
We also disseminate positive messaging and developmental encouragement for our youth/young adults with attention to national issues. ‘It’s cool to be smart.’
We make a direct linkage with the audience by highlighting the latest trends/releases, utilising the new media platforms which is the preferred mode of communication for this demographic
The station will continue to innovate its programming to reflect the ever changing dynamics of the youth market. Audiences can look forward to not only hearing but seeing the Next team in their communities.
The Next 99 team is led by Ag Senior Producer Nicholas Hoyte.
We are an adult contemporary music driven station with a sweet Caribbean flavour.
Sweet 100 was launched on January 16th 2006. The station caters to the 25-55 age group and offers a mix of music: R&B, Pop, Reggae, Calypso/Soca and is popular with the female audience.
Sweet 100 is referred to as the Christmas station all year round, this is a title worn proudly. The recent survey (MFO 2014) showed that Sweet 100 held a 5% rating in the market place - another reason to be proud.
We have also been able to touch and enrich the lives of our listeners through station promotions such as Christmas in July and our Christmas Charity Concert series (The Gathering and Sweet Carols at Sunset).
We are positioned to lead the way in our niche as the top adult contemporary music station in T&T.
Sweet 100 has introduced two weekly shows, Wednesday Love and Classic Sundays, which have resonated with the audience.
The future looks bright for Sweet 100 and our announcers continue to connect with our listening audience and remain relevant in the industry.
The Sweet 100 team is led by Senior Producer Mark Hernandez.
This is a playlist of videos from the State Funeral for former Prime Minister Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on Saturday.
A beautiful, moving send-off befitting a true Statesman. It was what was promised and what was delivered at the State Funeral for former Prime Minister Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on Saturday.
"My father lived a life of love. From my youngest days, he preached a life of love and service, a life that was not focussed on the accumulation of wealth, but one of meaning where the world was left a better place..." Those were the opening words of Brian Manning as he eulogised his father, former Prime Minister Patrick Manning, at the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity on Saturday.
Like so many who idolise their fathers, Brian said it was no different for him and as a child, his father was his hero.
A former National Security Minister has told C News that there are many lessons that can be learned from a State Funeral.
The Ministry of Education has set up a team to investigate an apparent leak of the Secondary Entrance Assessment Examinations results.
Minister of Education Anthony Garcia is concerned about the performance of students at government schools.