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TV channels from Argentina
Channel NameInformation
. 5 RTV (Spanish)5 RTV is the public television channel of the province of Santa Fe. 5 RTV offers cycles of programs of general interest that cover different areas such as News, Politics, Information of Municipalities, Health, Technology, Sports, Gastronomy, Traditions, Rurality, Music, Humor, Business, Entertainment, Art, Children, Fiction, Cartoons, Craft Clips, Ephemeris, Break News local, provincial, national and international and so on.
. A 24 (Spanish)A 24 is a channel owned by Multimedios America. The channel is based in La Plata and was founded in 1972 as Tevedos. It is broadcasting under the name LS86 TV Canal 2.
. Canal 5 Tigre TV (Spanish)Canal 5 Tigre is a local TV channel based in Tigre, located in the Buenos Aires Province. The Channel started broadcasting in 1988. The channel provides News and Current affairs, but also entertainment.
. Canal 6 (Spanish)Canal 6 is a news oriented TV channel from San Rafael Mendoza.
. Canal 7 Mendoza (Spanish)Canal 7 Mendoza is a regional TV station operating from the city of Las Heras, province of Mendoza. It offers regional news, sports, educative programming, culture music and public affairs.
. Canal 79 Mar del Plata (Spanish)Canal 79 Mar del Plata is a local TV channel broadcasting from the city Mar del Plata. The channel offers news and weather updates arround the clock.
. Canal 8 (Spanish)Canal 8 (Canal Ocho) is a regional TV channel broadcasting from San Juan for the province of San Juan. The Channel was founded in 1964. It is operated by Grupo America.
. Canal 9 Litoral (Spanish)Canal 9 Litoral is a local TV from Parana covering the Canal in the province of Entre RĦos and Santa Fe. It offers mainly news programming. The channel was launched in 1974.
. Canal C (Spanish)Local TV from Cordoba, a city located in the geographical center of Argentina, in the foothills of the Sierras Chicas on the SuquĦa River.
. Canal Luz (Spanish)Canal Luz is is a Christian TV channel from the city of Rosario, Santa Fe. It belongs to the Evangelical Missionary Church of Argentina. The Church is founded and chaired by Pastors Joseph and Mabel Maria Silvestri Silvestri.
. Canal Verte (Spanish)Canal verte is a regional TV station loacted in Sierras Bayas. It offers News, live broadcasts and original contents from the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires.
. CBA 24 (Spanish)CBA 24 is a TV channel provided by the National University of Cordoba, a city located in the geographical center of Argentina. CBA offers a variety of news oriented programs including entertainment.
. CN23 (Spanish)CN23 or Cultura y Noticias is founded in 2010 and based in Buenos Aires. It offers every day a number of News bulletins. It also provides cultural and political programming
. Diario Canal 26 (Spanish)Diario Canal 26 is a news cable channel operated by Grupo Telecentro. The channels headquarter is based in Capital Federal. The TV channel offers primarily news-oriented programs, with programs based on news and current affairs.
. KZO (Spanish)KZO is a 24/7 entertainment TV channel. It broadcasts from the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, started in May 2017 and belongs to Kuarzo Entertainment Argentina.
. La Nacion (Spanish)La Nacion (LN+) is a free to air TV channel focused on news programming. It is owned by the newspaper La Nacion. The channel began broadcasting in 2016 and airs from Buenos Aires.
. Multivision (Spanish)Canal 9 Salta is a regional TV channel based in Salta, Province of Salta. The channel provides weather, traffic conditions , public services, coverage of official activities, neighborhood news, multidisciplinary sports, local football, culture and entertainment.
. TN24Horas (Spanish)TN24Horas or Todo Noticias is a News channel based in Buenos Aires. It was founded in 1993 and owned by the Grupo Clarin. The channel offers a variety of programs including, politics, economics, shows, society and technology.
Argentina Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
government owns a TV station and radio network; more than 2 dozen TV stations and hundreds of privately owned radio stations; high rate of cable TV subscription usage (2009)
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