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The Trinidad and Tobago Television Limited, known as TTT, is a state owned national television broadcaster in Trinidad and Tobago with its headquarters located at 11 A Maraval Road, Port of Spain.

The company formerly operated two stations; TTT channels 2 & 13 from 1962 to 2005, and Alternative Television popularly known as TTT Channels 9 & 14 from 1983 to 1990. The station and its parent company, the National Broadcasting Network (NBN) was closed at midnight on 14 January 2005 due to bankruptcy with C TV becoming its successor in 2006. After several years of being off the air, it was found that TTT still had a strong brand identity among the population and a cult following on social media. On 30 August 2018, TTT Limited was re-launched by Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, the Honourable Dr. Keith Rowley at 3:00 PM AST

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