NO REGRETS, the 380 page autobiography of former Head of News at Trinidad and Tobago Television (T.T.T.) Neil Giuseppi, traces the author’s early life in the town of Arima in the 1950s and 60s, provides an insight into the launch of his television career which propelled him into the national limelight in Trinidad and Tobago and examines his other working experiences, from the Telephone Company (TELCO) to the Trinidad Broadcasting Company and then at Communications Specialists Limited, the Public Relations Consultancy which he established in 1994 and ran successfully until his retirement in 2007. The book also looks at his passion for golf and relives many of his experiences playing the sport on exotic golf courses in countries around the globe like Cuba, South Africa, Japan, Bahrain, Argentina, the United States, Canada, Hawaii, Greece and the Czech Republic. It also highlights some of the women who touched his life over the years both in a personal and professional capacity and provides a glimpse of some of the famous men and women he has had the honour and privilege to meet.
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Neil Giuseppi was born in Trinidad and Tobago on August 24th, 1948. He spent a considerable portion of his working life in the Media in Trinidad and Tobago. In July 1971, he joined the staff of T.T.T. (Trinidad and Tobago Television). Between 1975 and 1982, as Head of News and Current Affairs, he was one of the major newscasters on T.T.T.’s Panorama News Programme. In 1982, he left T.T.T. to become Public Relations Manager of the Trinidad and Tobago Telephone Company. In November 1990, Mr. Giuseppi returned to the Media as Managing Director of the Trinidad Broadcasting Company. He made an immediate impact on the media front by launching Radio Tempo, 105.1 fm, which was dedicated 100 per cent to local music and sports. His commitment to News and Current Affairs also led him to assemble one of the most powerful News teams ever in radio in Trinidad and Tobago. His News Department read like a local “Who’s Who” with people of the calibre of Jones P. Madeira, Tony Fraser, Andy Johnson, Dominic Kalipersad and Deborah Ransome. During his stint at Trinidad Broadcasting, he also served for three years as a Vice-President of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union. In 1994, he set up his own company, Communications Specialists Limited, a Public Relations and Media Consultancy firm which he operated successfully until his retirement in December 2007. A man with a passion for golf, he has spent his retirement years playing the sport all around the world in places like South Africa, Japan, Bahrain, Argentina, Greece, Hawaii and Cuba. He also served as Manager of the Trinidad and Tobago team to the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships on three occasions. In January 2011, he came out of retirement briefly to serve for 15 months as General Manager of the St. Andrews Golf Club in Maraval, Trinidad. He is the proud father of two daughters, Lisa Giselle and Nicole-Marie Giuseppi. By adding his autobiography to the wealth of local literature currently available, Neil Giuseppi is following in the noble family tradition set by his parents, Neville and Undine Giuseppi, who were both prolific writers.
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