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TV channels from Venezuela
Channel NameLive?Information
.ANTVLiveANTV or Asamblea Nacional Televisión, is the television station of the National Assembly of Venezuela. It was created in 2005 and covers the proceedings of Venezuela's National Assembly, with the purpose to increase the participation of Venezuelan citizens in the legislative debates.
.GlobovisionLiveGlobovision is a television news network in Venezuela and Latin America. It was founded in 1994 and is based in Caracas. Besides news it offers variety shows, news documentary series and talk shows.
.Oasis TVLiveOasis TV is an Information TV channel based in Puerto La Cruz, a port city located in Anzoategui State. It offers mainly tourism related programming.
.Promar TVLivePromar TV is a local TV channel from Barquisimeto.
.Telesur TVLiveTelesur TV is a pan-Latin American terrestrial and satellite television network. Telesur TV was launched with the objective of providing information to promote the integration of Latin America. Its headquarters are in Caracas. It offers news, sports and informative programming.
.TvesLiveThe Venezuelan Social Television (Tves) Foundation is a public service channel oriented healthy entertainment and promoting the culture of the Venezuelan people. Since its inception in 2007, has become Tves an alternative programming quality, committed to national values ??and aspiration for progress, justice and welfare of our people.
.TVOLiveTVO or Televisora de Oriente, is a national Broadcast Television Network. It provide information, entertainment, culture and education with high socialist and humanist sense.
.Venezolana de TVLiveVTV or Corporación Venezolana de Televisión is a state-owned television network based in Caracas. The channel was launched in 1964. Its slogan is 'The channel of all Venezuelans'.
.VIVE TVLiveVIVE TV is a state TV broadcaster, located in Caracas. It is funded by the Ministry of communication and information. It broadcasts cultural television. It was inaugurated in 2003.
Venezuela Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
government supervises a mixture of state-run and private broadcast media; 13 public service networks, 61 privately owned TV networks, a privately owned news channel with limited national coverage, and a government-backed pan-American channel; state-run radio network includes roughly 65 news stations and another 30 stations targeted at specific audiences; state-sponsored community broadcasters include 235 radio stations and 44 TV stations; the number of private broadcast radio stations has been declining, but many still remain in operation (2014)
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