is the current state-run television station, serving Trinidad and Tobago
. The station broadcasts on channels 4 and 16. Its studios are located at Lady Young Road in Morvant.
In 1992, AVM Television signed-on as the second privately owned broadcast station in Trinidad and Tobago, owned by television veteran Dale Kolasingh. The station was largely unprofitable, and in the late 1990s, the station was acquired by the state and merged with the then International Communications Network which formed the National Broadcasting Network and it was re-branded "The Information Channel".
On January 15, 2005, NBN was shut-down. The facility where The Information Channel broadcast from is being leased to the National Carnival Commission and the channel was re-branded NCC-TV to broadcast the Carnival
celebrations scheduled to take place in February of that year.
NCC-TV remained on-the-air broadcasting cultural, sport and Government programming. It was the main outlet for the National Lotteries Online Draws, including Play Whe, Cash Pot, and Lottery Classic from January 15th 2005 when Trinidad and Tobago Television
till Caribbean New Media Group
acquired the draws sometime in 2009.
The station also simulcasts the Parliament Channel, when there are live debates.
News and Current Affairs
NCC-TV airs two newscasts daily except on weekends at 6am and 6:32pm, presented by former Trinidad and Tobago Television
news anchor John Victor. Kevin Garcia holds the... Read More