Trevor Lindsay, journalist

As a child Trevor Lindsay grew up in what was considered the rougher part of Bermuda, from initially living in the Angle Street area and later moving to Court Street. Mr. Lindsay describes the times of Political and Industrial unrest during his childhood and how television and radio time were limited to watching and listening to the news.

"Most children would find such entertainment boring, however for me I found every aspect of this totally fascinating and intriguing"

"My step father always reminding us that his reason for us to only watch the news was that we needed to know what was happening in the world around us, both locally and internationally.

"Throughout high school my favorite subject was civics, which taught me even more about politics and what was happening within the community, than what the news had to offer within the half our segments allocated to me daily growing up.

"At twelve years old I had the honor of shadowing Rick Richardson, a media icon in Bermuda. I was given the opportunity to sit through the Buck Burrows murder trial along side Mr. Richardson like. From that time on I knew I had a calling to be a part of the media industry. I knew I was destined to be a part of Bermuda's history in the making and to share these events with Bermuda and the world via the news.

"After high-school I entered into the hotel industry locally. This career took me through until November 1991 where I was offered a job with Bermuda Broadcasting as a Videographer.

For those that are unsure as to what exactly that is Wikipedia states "On a set, in a television studio, the videographer is usually a camera operator of a professional video camera, sound, and lighting. As part of a typical electronic field production (EFP) television crew, videographers usually work with a television producer.

Prior to working at Bermuda Broadcasting Company, Trevor put himself through a still photography course at the Bermuda College, this was a great asset to him when the time came for his career change from the Hospitality Industry to the local media Industry. Throughout the years the experience dealing with people within the hotels has allowed for Trevor to relate to people in all walks of life allowing him to connect when interviewing and speaking with them in regards to the news.

"I love every aspect of the news whether it be politics, community, breaking news stories that come through at 2am and 3am where I have to dash out to ensure a traffic collision or fire is covered first hand. I understand that some stories covered are personal and use my professional discretion in ensuring the privacy of individuals until such a time as the Bermuda Police Service deem fit to release a member of our communities name.

I feel it is my obligation to inform our community and the world of the happenings of our island and in the stroies provided to the public whether it be via our Facebook Page TNN Bermuda News as it Happens or via our Webiste tnnbermuda.com allow our viewers to gain clarity without any bias on everything that is reported. I go above and beyond to not only get visual coverage but to also ensure that everyone involved in any matter reported on has a voice and that voice is heard through TNN.

I personally feel that I have been given a gift which allows me to give the world vision and insight through my reporting and the visual aids that I provide personally through my media outlets. I can only thank God for blessing me with such an amazing gift."

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