Broadcast Complaint

Broadcast Complaint

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PART 1: PARTICULARS OF THE PERSON FILLING OUT THIS COMPLAINT FORM
(The provision of information for this section is optional but would be necessary if a complainant wishes to receive updates as to the status of this complaint)
       
   
   

 
       
PART 2: PROGRAMME DETAILS

 

 
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GUIDE TO SUBMITTING YOUR BROADCASTING CONTENT COMPLAINT FORM TO THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 
If you are concerned about offensive content you have heard or seen on radio or television respectively, you can complain to the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago. The Authority will investigate the matter and administer legally enforceable sanctions against the broadcaster.

Complaints may be submitted in a number of ways to the Authority-

In Writing

By submission of a Broadcasting Content Complaint Form or letter via hand or post to the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, #5 Eighth Avenue Extension, Off Twelfth Street, Barataria, Trinidad and Tobago.

Or by Fax to (868) 674-1055 or by email to info@tatt.org.tt

Residents in Tobago may submit written complaints by hand to the Service Facility of the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, Management Services Unit, Office of the Chief Secretary, Tobago House of Assembly, Quarters #34, Calder Hall Road, Tobago.

Broadcast Content Complaint Forms are available from:
The Authority’s website (www.tatt.org.tt ), the office of the Authority and the Authority’s Service Facility in Tobago.

In Person

By visiting the offices of the Authority at #5 Eighth Avenue Extension, Off Twelfth Street, Barataria between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm Mondays to Fridays (except public holidays).

By Telephone

By telephoning the Authority at (868) 675-8288 between the hours of 8am and 4pm Mondays to Fridays (except public holidays).

On line

via the website at http://www.tatt.org.tt
 
IMPORTANT - Time for Submission of a Complaint
A complaint should be made as soon as possible after the programme is broadcast. Complainants should note that a complaint made more than 28 days after the date of the broadcast in question, may result in the inability of the Authority to properly investigate and to resolve the matter as content may no longer be available, since in accordance with the terms of its concession, a broadcaster is required to keep recordings of broadcast material for a minimum period of twenty-eight (28) days after the date on which such material was broadcast.
 
 
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