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CNC3 News is privately possessed by Guardian Media Limited. The channel headquarter is situated in Trinidad and Tobago and broadcast its programs free to air on Channel 12 & 14.
The meaning of its call letters is Cable News Channel 3 and also called it with this name previously. The channel began broadcasting on 26 September 2005. CNC 3 is a project of Guardian Media Holdings which is a member of the ANSA Mc Al Group of Companies.
Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) announced three hours before the channel debut that CNC 3 could not proceed but reversed its decision on the same day and broadcast began shortly. TATA recommended the CNC3 for national free to air broadcast license in December 2007.
On 1 November 2008 the channel on transmitted over the air. CNC3 broadcast crime watch in April 2013 which was famous tv series of the channel hosted by Ian Alleyne and previously produced by CCN TV6.
CNC3 was initially launched as a cable-only news service in September 2005, as Cable News Channel 3, with its output consisting mainly of News and Current Affairs.
In 2008, CNC3 obtained a free to air license, becoming one of the mainstream national broadcasters, operating on channels 12, 14, and 22. Potentially, it can reach all 400,000+ households in Trinidad and Tobago, with its signal extending into Grenada. Beyond its free-to-air presence, CNC3 is available on all T&T’s leading cable and satellite services and it is also streamed online.
As it broadened its appeal beyond News & Current Affairs, the station quickly became a prime time market leader, with a mix of local and foreign shows. With increased local access to foreign channels via cable or online, the station has been building its local content portfolio as key market differentiation, bringing a mix of in-house and independent productions in several genres.
Recent successful shows include satirical weekly The Rundown, the daily weekday talk show Sunny at Sundown and food strands including Cravings and Taste, and several independent productions focusing on a variety of interests such as cars, business, and religion.
CNC3 has a strong commitment to T&T’s sports as the local exclusive broadcaster for major events such as cricket’s CPL and the FIFA World Cup. It also has partnerships and rights to broadcast other major events such as the Olympic games and local competitions like the Secondary School Football League, in line with its support for local talent.
The channel is also dominant on digital platforms and social media, through its own website (cnc3.co.tt), and a soon to be released dedicated app for iOS and Android to increase its already thriving presence on all major social media services.
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