ICT Open Fora

2015 ICTs 4 Skills Development and Entrepreneurship for Young People - Wednesday, September 02, 2015


The Authority in partnership with UTT hosted a workshop entitled the 2015 ICTs 4 Skills Development and Entrepreneurship for Young People


The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) in partnership with the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT)
hosted the 2015 ICTs 4 Skills Development and Entrepreneurship for Young People workshop from Wednesday 5th August to
Friday 7th August, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.


The main objective of this workshop was to help young people (aged 18 to 35 years) develop entrepreneurial capacity and to find innovative ways of doing business in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) arena.

Seventy five (75) young persons participated in the workshop which was facilitated by the UTT team headed by Professor Abhijit Bhattacharya, Professor, Business Development and Marketing and Mrs. Judith Morrain-Webb, Research Associate.

The workshop consisted of formal presentations and breakout sessions which provided the participants with hands on experience of developing innovative business ideas using the advancement in digital technologies.

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Should Over The Top Services be Regulated? - Wednesday, July 01, 2015

On Thursday 18th June, 2015 the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) hosted its 21st ICT Open Forum titled “Should Over The Top Services be Regulated?”


In attendance were approximately seventy five (75) persons  which consisted of representatives from the telecommunications and technology companies, media, academia and members of the general public.


The opening address was delivered by Mr Selby Wilson, Chairman of TATT who reminded the audience that the forum was part of TATT’s consultative process in support of a document entitled “Towards the treatment of Over The Top Services” which was issued for public comment from June 6th to 30th, 2015.


There were several featured presenters which included Ms Annie Baldeo, Executive Officer, Policy Planning and Market Economics (Ag.), Mr Kirk Sookram, Manager Spectrum Planning, Management and Monitoring of TATT, Mr David Geary, General Counsel Digicel (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited,  Ms Christa Leith, Head Regulatory and Policy Affairs (Ag.), Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago and Mr David Cox, Head of Regulatory Affairs, LIME Caribbean, who represented Columbus Communications Trinidad and Tobago Limited.


Following the presentations, there was a panel discussion and audience feedback session which was moderated by Mr Wendel l Etienne. The panel comprised of the featured presenters and Mr Kieran Meskell, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Digicel (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited. Click for full article

Chairman's Speech

Treatment of Over The Top (OTT) Services presented by Ms. Annie Baldeo and Mr. Kirk Sookram both of TATT

Should OTT be regulated? presented by Mr. David Geary of Digicel

OTT Services Should they be Regulated? presented by Ms. Christa Leith of TSTT

21st ICT Open Forum - OTT Services video presentation

 
Radio and television talk shows-maintaining moral, ethical and legal conduct - Wednesday, April 08, 2015

On Thursday 26th March 2015 the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago’s (TATT) hosted its 20th ICT Open Forum titled “Radio and television talk shows-Maintaining moral, ethical and legal conduct” which was attended by approximately sixty (60) persons inclusive of media practitioners and owners, representatives of civil society and the general public. 

The opening address was delivered by Mr. Selby Wilson, Chairman of TATT who reminded the audience of four guiding principles of ethical journalism drawn from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics: 

1. Seek Truth and Report on It
2. Minimise Harm
3. Act Independently
4. Be Accountable and Transparent

The two feature presenters were Ms. Nievia Ramsundar, Corporate Secretary, TATT and Mr. Daren Lee Sing, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association. Click for full article

Address by Selby Wilson - Chairman, TATT

Presentation by Nievia Ramsundar - Corporate Secretary, TATT

Presentation by Darren Lee Sing- President, TTPBA

Video Presentation