Caribbean Communications Network

The Caribbean Communications Network Ltd. (CCN) also known as the "CCN Group" Ltd., is a subsidiary of ONE Caribbean Media Limited. In December, 2005 both the Trinidad and Tobago-based Caribbean Communications Network (CCN) and the Barbados-based Nation Corporation entered into a merger agreement for forming the new ONE Caribbean Media Limited company officially on January 1, 2006. Following the merger, Caribbean Communications Network Ltd. as the larger of two companies continues to hold the aegis of the new dynamic media conglomerate based in Independence Square of Port of Spain, in Trinidad and Tobago. Prior to the merger, CCN was ranked as one of the top 50 Caribbean companies.

Business segments



The company operates CCN TV6 which is the number one privately owned television station in the Trinidad and Tobago market. CCN also holds an interest in the Grenada Broadcast Network.

Print media

The Caribbean Communications Network owns one of the two leading daily newspapers of Trinidad and Tobago known as the Trinidad Express.

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