Maria Nunes on photographing Carnival

It’s very troubling that the TTCO and TTCBA think that people like myself are taking advantage of creators of “works of mas” by making off with huge profits from commercializing our photographs without any just benefits being derived by the creators.

Carnival’s copyright commess continues

“Government regulations are needed to deal with an unaccountable CMO regime. A regime keen on holding others to account, with little internal self-governance.”

TSTT talks security surveillance

Above: Raymond Villafana, Manager of Operations and Special Projects in TSTT’s Government, Security and Directory department. Photo courtesy TSTT. Closed Circuit TV systems (CCTV), body-worn cameras and […]

A Caribbean YouTube strategy

Above: The cover of Devon Ramdass’ new ebook. BitDepth#1147 for May 31, 2018 Devon Ramdass’ new ebook, Pursuing YouTube in the Caribbean, is an excellent way […]

Interview with Devon X Scott

Devon Ramdass, self-portrait. Q: You’ve written this book just as you seem to be scaling back your presence as a traditional YouTube tech presenter. Do you […]

ICTPROTT posts seminar on TT e-commerce

ICTPROTT has posted a recording of their livestreamed seminar on setting up e-commerce for websites in Trinidad and Tobago. The seminar features Ticktr’s Matthew Talma and […]

Flow introduces HD, cloud recording upgrades

Flow launched Advanced Video on February 20, an upgraded digital media platform available to all of its cable customers in Trinidad. Dubbed “TV you can control” […]