Trinidad and Tobago Guardian

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Trinidad and Tobago Guardian
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Guardian Media Limited
Managing editors Julian Rogers[1]
Founded September 2, 1917
Language English
Headquarters 22-24 St. Vincent Street, Port of Spain
Circulation 40,000 (2002)[2]

The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian (together with the Sunday Guardian) is the oldest daily newspaper in Trinidad and Tobago.[3] Its first edition was published on Sunday 2nd September, 1917. The newspaper, now owned and published by Guardian Media Limited., began as a broadsheet but in November 2002 changed to tabloid format, known as the "G-sized Guardian". In June 2008, the paper changed to a smaller-size tabloid.[4] The main office of the Guardian is on St. Vincent Street, Port of Spain, with a branch office on Chancery Lane, San Fernando, and on 4-10 Rodney Road in Chaguanas. On 2 September, 2017 the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian celebrated its 100th anniversary. Shortly after, on 11th September, 2017 the company launched a new layout.


  1. ^ "Guardian Media announces new Managing Director, Managing Editor". Trinidad Guardian. Retrieved 2017-07-21.
  2. ^ "Trinidad and Tobago". Retrieved 2017-07-21.
  3. ^ Jeter, James Phillip (1996). International Afro Mass Media: A Reference Guide, p. 180. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 0313284008
  4. ^ Trinidad and Tobago Guardian (2 September 2012). "The Guardian turns 95". Retrieved 21 July 2013.

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