Caribbean Television Network

Caribbean Television Network (CTN) is an on-demand TV Network presenting you live news as it happens from Haiti, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and other Caribbean countries.

Caribbean Television Network is a professional non-partisan news company headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts (United States). It is part of the ZoomInProduction Corporation which consists of 2 Roku Channels: CTNLive and ZHNLive, two Amazon Fire TV Channels: ZoomHaitiNews, 10 Websites, five Alexa Skills in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, four android applications, and four Podcasts. Our contents are also available on our Facebook pages and YouTube channel.

We feature news from every country in the Caribbean region and around the world. Our contents are available for free on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. To better serve our readers, we make our articles available in several languages: English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, French, and Portuguese.  

Apps & Skills

Live & On Demand TV Channels

News Sites & Blogs

We have reporters in all of the 10 geographic departments of Haiti reporting in real-time to inform you about events happening in Haiti. We also have reporters in the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Canada, France, and the United States.

Our goal is to impartially inform our viewers about the situation in the Caribbean Region, Latin America and around the world. We aim to educate and serve as a bridge between the Caribbean, Latin American, and African Americans in the United States and around the world.

At Caribbean Television Network, we prioritize the people who have contributed to the development of Haitian and Caribbean heritage. We strive to tell and present Haiti and the Caribbean from the perspective of Haitians and Caribbean people.

Caribbean Television Network is a space for meetings, exchanges, and debates for all those who wish to make their contribution to building a prosperous Caribbean region to the delight of the Caribbean people.

At the Caribbean Television Network: It's about all of Us!

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