Newsday, published by Daily News Limited, is one of three daily newspapers serving the twin-island state of Trinidad and Tobago. Founded on September 20, 1993, Newsday, though the youngest among the other dailies and the only one without radio and television direct affiliations, has held its own with its unique style of telling it as it is, leading the way with innovative design and presentation as a newspaper, priding itself in comprehensive coverage of all facets of life in its home base, and connecting with wider Caribbean and global audiences via the Internet. Its reach to the most remote communities on both islands through an effective distribution system has earned it the title of “the people’s paper.”
In addition to the capital city of Port of Spain, Newsday operates offices in the southern city of San Fernando where it pays special attention to the on-going growth of that part of the country and its abounding energy resources, as well as on the sister island where, in attempting to provide added focus on their march for full internal self-governance, the Company has even launched a free daily publication specially for Tobagonians. Newsday’s printing and administrative operations are in the relatively new industrial area of south El Socorro, about 10 kilometres east of Port of Spain. Newsday is totally Trinidad and Tobago-owned and operated.