Tobago Channel 5

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Tobago Channel 5
Country Trinidad and Tobago
Broadcast areaCable subscribers in Tobago
AffiliatesTrico Industries Limited
Headquarters 65-67 Lambeau, Signal Hill Road, Signal Hill, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago
OwnerTrico Industries Limited
Streaming media
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Tobago Channel 5 is a community television station originating from the island of Tobago in Trinidad and Tobago. [1] The station primarily broadcasts programming on Tobago, Tobago's news, Tobago's people, Tobago's culture and Tobago's perspective on national issues.


Tobago Channel 5 is one of two local television station in Tobago the other being the Tobago Inspirational Network (TIN). Its studios are located at 65-67 Lambeau, Signal Hill Road, Signal Hill, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago. The station is carried on channel 5 on Trico Industries Limited and a live stream of their programmes is available on their website. Tobago Channel 5's original programming include programs such as Campout, Channel 5 News, Rise & Shine, Total Lockdown, Sports Talk, Half Time Show, Your Point Of View, High 5 and Jamboree.


Tobago Channel 5 officially launched its website on July 1, 2009. The website provides a live stream of the station's programming and has information on Tobago's news and current affairs.


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