Dr. Terrence Farrell believes the media industry of Trinidad and Tobago is in need of a serious revamp.
Tributes continue to come in for the late head of Trinidad and Tobago's leading conglomerate, Anthony N. Sabga.
The 94 year old Mr. Sabga died on Wednesday at his home after ailing for some time.
If you are a Netflix binge watcher then you may have noticed a new series "Dear White People" trending across your home page.
Last week we found out that the local film The Cutlass will be screened in the Cannes Film Mart, which means it will be optioned for international distribution.
Soyini Grey spoke to the film makers about making movies and then getting them in cinemas here and elsewhere.
Cyber Crime Bill to be brought to Parliament tomorrow; According to The Attorney General four pieces of law are coming to deal with the compulsory registration of land; Finance Minister says no decision has been made with regard to waiver for collecting property tax for 2016, and the property tax paid by commercial property owners is tax deductible.
Over 18,000 students sat the Secondary Entrance Assessment exams today; Headless body found in South Trinidad; Chairman of the Economic Advisory Board says poor leadership is leading to under achievement in T&T among other stories.
Couva North M.P Ramona Ramdial is calling on the Tobago House Of Assembly to account for the 12 million dollars spent on the jazz festival.
The Ministry of Health has officially launched their Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) strategic plan, with a forty-eight million US dollar loan from the Inter-American Development Bank.