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Televisión Canaria

Televisión Canaria
Launched 21 August 1999
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Country Spain
Formerly called Televisión Pública de Canarias (TVPC)
Sister channel(s) TV Canaria 2, TVCi
Website Televisión Canaria
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue Canary Islands only
Satellite
Digital+ Channel 96 (All Spain)

Televisión Canaria is an autonomous television network for the Canary Islands. Although the registered office and principal place of TV Canaria is located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.[1]

The creation of the channel arose in the 1980s with promulgation of the law 8/1984 of the autonomous region of Canaries relating to Broadcasting and Televisión Canaria. The first broadcast was made on the 21 August 1999 under the name Televisión Autonómica de Canarias (TVAC), in 2001 the company adopted the simpler name of Televisión Canaria and the slogan la nuestra.

The channel broadcasts on analogue and TDT throughout the Canary Islands, and on TDT in the rest of Spain. TV Canaria also broadcasts two other channels, TV Canaria 2 and the international channel TVCi which broadcasts in North and South America

Former logo

References

  1. ^ Aviso Legal de la Televisión Canaria

External links

  • Official Site (Spanish)
  • TV Canaria at LyngSat Address


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