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Sistema Nacional de Televisión (Paraguay)

Sistema Nacional de Televisión
Launched September 29, 1965
Owned by Albavisión S.A.
Slogan Televisión para todos
Broadcast area Paraguay
Headquarters Asunción, Paraguay
Local VHF

Channel 9 (Asunción and Gran Asunción)
Channel 7 (Encarnación)
Channel 10 (San Ignacio)
Channel 8 (Ciudad del Este)
Channel 12 (Villarrica)
Channel 11 (Concepción)
Channel 5 (Canindeyú)
Channel 5 (Pedro Juan C.)
Channel 7 (San Estanislao) Channel 12 (Chaco)

Channel 7 (Vallemí)
DirecTV Channel 187
Multicanal Channel 3

The Sistema Nacional de Televisión (National Television System), sometimes simply known as SNT, is a Paraguayan television network which reaches almost the entire population of Paraguay. SNT coverage almost all the Región Oriental, where approximately 97% of the population of Paraguay lives. Currently it has 11 repeaters.



  • Informativo del Mediodia
  • 24 Horas

Events from SNT


  • Miss Paraguay



Former Sports Events from SNT

  • La Liga (Some matches delayed on SNT)

External links

  • (Spanish) Official site
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