Sponsors for TTPBA’s Dinner & Awards for Media Excellence 2017

 

 

 

  • TTPBA

    Trinidad & Tobago Publishers & Broadcasters Association

  • TTPBA

    Trinidad & Tobago Publishers & Broadcasters Association

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    Trinidad & Tobago Publishers & Broadcasters Association

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Highlights

  • PRESS RELEASE dated 15th May 2015 by Trinidad… Read More +

  • IPI urges government to carry out… Read More +

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  • While politicians are gearing up for the country's 2015 General Election, so too are media practitioners. On Monday, media workers from across the nation gathered for a refresher course in election coverage to ensure the public gets adequate
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  • By Darcel Choy Tuesday, March 10 2015 A journalist’s job is never easy but it becomes difficult when accusations and counter accusations are made by political parties during campaigning. Patrick Butler, Vice President, Programmes at the International Centre
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  • Election workshop: Stephen Weeks, right, US Embassy public affairs officer, addresses participants in yesterday’s Journalism Workshop on Elections Coverage at the Embassy’s Public Affairs Section, Briar Place, Sweet Briar Road, Port of Spain. Seated from left are Patrick
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  • The Cybercrime Bill provides for the creation of criminal offences related to cybercrime and for other related matters. The government recognizes that the Bill would be inconsistent with the guaranteed human and fundamental rights in sections 4 and
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  • IPI urges government to carry out stakeholder consultation Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar addresses the nation in the media room of the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann's, Port-of-Spain, February 2, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva. VIENNA, May 19, 2015 – The
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  • PRESS RELEASE dated 15th May 2015 by Trinidad & Tobago Publishers & Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) on CYBERCRIME BILL The Trinidad & Tobago Publishers & Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) is surprised at the reintroduction into Parliament of the Cybercrime Bill,
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Dated: 6th July 2018

The Trinidad & Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) held their
Annual General Meeting yesterday and a new Board was elected to serve a two-year
term. Ms. Kiran Maharaj is at the helm as President alongside core executive officers
Nicholas Sabga as Vice President and Douglas Wilson as Treasurer. Other Executive
Board Members include Peter Ames, Lennox Toussaint, Christopher Peru, Andy
Sieupresad and Bernard Pantin.

Ms. Maharaj said that “succession planning is very important in the industry at this time
and urged members to encourage their middle management and other aspiring leaders
within their organizations to become more involved in the industry via the TTPBA’s subcommittees.”
Outgoing President Daren Lee Sing also echoed this sentiment saying that
“new blood is necessary for the continued growth of the industry.”
The TTPBA was formed in the early 1990’s and represents the largest cross-section of
media owners and managers and holds within its purview, several objectives.

The Trinidad & Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association
“Has a responsibility to protect and preserve the right of the people to know.
Holds within its portfolio the responsibility and undertaking to encourage
practices that will strengthen and maintain the broadcast and publishing industry
by improving industry standards through education and acknowledgement of
organizations and individuals who have contributed significantly to the industry.
Is instrumental in the creation of a legal framework and regulations by representing its members through discussion,
suggestions and objections with governmental and other agencies who impact on our media sphere
Exists to encourage an exchange of information among members that will assist the
Association in making decisions that affect the broadcast and publishing industry.”

Over the years, the Trinidad & Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association
has been successful in influencing several regulatory and legislative matters in the interest of the public