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Compañía Peruana de Radiodifusión S.A., also known as América Televisión or América and stylized as américa, is a Peruvian television network created on December 15, 1958 by Antonio Umbert, Nicanor Gonzalez and Avelino Aramburú.

Its creation was made possible by the agreement with NBC and its parent company, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and the construction of its headquarters on Calle Montero Rosas, in Santa Beatriz.

The channel is known for its famous icon, a globe of parallels and meridians that is inspired by the logo of its radial counterpart used between 1957 and 1970.

It had links for more than four decades with Radio América, which remained until the radio station closed in 2004.

It is the second oldest Peruvian channel after TV Perú and Panamericana Televisión and the first commercial channel in Peru to appear.

Since 2003 it belongs to Grupo Plural TV, a company formed by an alliance between Grupo El Comercio and Grupo La República Publicaciones.

Radio América TV Canal 4

1958–1964

Radio América TV Canal 4.svg

When the channel was created, its first logo was the same one used by Radio América between 1957 and 1970, but the letters TV and CANAL 4 are added in the lower right part of the logo.

Canal 4

1964–1969

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Then in 1964, the channel adopts the denomination of Canal Cuatro and the logo of that period was a number 4 formed by quadrilaterals, within the aforementioned number, a white screen with a black border and behind the 4, the word TV. This logo used to be complemented by the name CANAL CUATRO under the logo or with the 4TV inside the O of CUATRO.

1969–1977

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In 1969 and in full military dictatorship of Juan Velasco Alvarado, the channel changed its name to "C4 Televisión", although the corporate name was still that of Canal 4. The logo of that era was the letters C4 joined by thick lines and curves and below and to the left, the word TELEVISION. When the channel was renamed América, in an Ident, this logo appeared above the then new name of the channel, but without the word TELEVISION.

América Televisión

1977–1982

1977–1978

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Designer: Mauro Borja Lopes
Typography: Venus Bold (américa)
Helvetica Light (televisión)
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América Televisión

Peruvian broadcast television network

This article is about the Peruvian television network. It is not to be confused with American television or América TV.

América Televisión is a Peruvian television network, founded in 1958. The network is owned by Plural TV, which is a joint venture of the El Comercio and La República daily newspapers. It was the second television channel to be founded in Peru, the first commercial station with regular broadcasts, and Peru's highest-rated network.

History[edit]

Origins[edit]

The origins of América Televisión reach back to 1942, with the formation of the first privately backed radio network in Peru, Compañía Peruana de Radiodifusión, S.A. (Peruvian Broadcasting Company). Among the original stations was Radio América 94.3, which would eventually be owned by Antonio Umbert and Nicanor González Vásquez.

In early 1955, Umbert and González received a license to broadcast on television channel 4, and using RCA equipment from the United States and after intense work to construct the facilities, Radio América TV, callsign OAY-4D, began transmissions on Monday, December 15, 1958, at 18:15. Attending the first broadcast was then-Peruvian president Manuel Prado Ugarteche. Among the early programs were the first live broadcast, a football match from the Estadio Nacional de Lima, and the first fiction program on Peruvian television, Bar Cristal, which debuted in 1959.

In the 1960s, Arturo Pomar became the anchor of América's news programs.

The 1970s: World Cups and nationalization[edit]

The 1970s for channel 4 in Lima were a turbulent time. While the station carried both the 1970 and 1978 World Cups, in which the Peruvian national team was highly competitive, and the station added a news program in Quechua in the early 1970s (before its revival as an official language of the country), a major change came about when the military government of the time expropriated 51% of the shares in the station. Juan Velasco Alvarado's government created the state company Telecentro, which took over management of then C4 Television (renamed América in 1978) and its chief rival, Panamericana Televisión.

The 1970s also saw an introduction of color telecasts, in time for the 1978 World Cup, which was seen in color in Lima and some provinces, such as Tacna. In 1980, with the end of the military dictatorship, Telecentro was abolished.

One of the best dramas of the decade was 1972's El Adorable Profesor Aldao, which catapulted Yola Polastri to stardom.

The 1980s[edit]

In the 1980s, América continued its success. Programs like El Chavo del Ocho and other animated imports—ThunderCats, My Little Pony and He-Man among them—were major ratings winners, while Tulio Loza and Pablo de Madalengoitia became popular personalities. Its coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics from Seoul included every game of the Peruvian women's volleyball team, which achieved a silver-medal finish. In 1988, to celebrate its 30th anniversary, the channel inaugurated a new studio facility known as "Estúdio 4".

The 1990s: Crousillat and Televisa[edit]

In 1992, the Mexican network Televisa acquired a significant stake in América, and two years later, businessman José Enrique Crousillat, who had close ties to the Azcarraga family of Televisa, became administrator of the station. Under Crousillat and Televisa, Mexican-produced telenovelas came to dominate the schedule. Among the strong suits of América in this area was a continued good run of imported animated shows, with Dragon Ball, Sailor Moon and Samurai Cats airing on the channel at this time, and Laura en América (1998–2001), a talk show hosted by Laura Bozzo that was popular on the international market.

Pomar died in 1993, leaving a new generation of journalists and expanded news programs; it was at this time that América added a morning newscast, Primera Edición (First Edition).

2001–2002: Political scandal in Peru, turmoil at América[edit]

Political scandal rocked Perú in 2000 with the discovery of the "Vladivideos", triggering a corruption scandal involving Vladimiro Montesinos, who was found to have bribed important business and political leaders, including the Crousillats. The scandal brought down Alberto Fujimori's administration and also was a black mark to América Televisión. In 2001, Crousillat's daughters took over the network, and at the same time, América fell from first to third in the ratings. Debts mounted, and creditors took over after a declaration of insolvency in late 2001 and the end of Crousillat's management in April 2002.

2003–present: Plural TV and a return to the top[edit]

Logo used since 2003 until June 6, 2016, a date that makes a makeover.

In 2003, Plural TV bought the debt of América's creditors and took over the channel, injecting funds into it and hoping to resurrect its ratings leadership. Eric Jurgensen took over in management. The moves paid off, as beginning in 2004, América siphoned key personalities and programs from Panamericana, helping it to return to its traditional first place in the ratings.

In 2009, América began testing high-definition and 1seg telecasts using the Japanese-Brazilian ISDB-T system, first on UHF channel 31, then on its assigned UHF channel 24, with 1seg service beginning in April 2010. High-definition programming began in 2011.

In 2012, Crousillat announced that he would sell his remaining stake in the channel to the Peruvian state. It also continued broadcasting the Olympic Games to Perú, with coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics from London.

In 2013, América launched a new digital service, Fusión Gourmet, a network specializing in food. It is América's second cable network; in 2012, it bought Canal N, an all-news channel started in 1999.

Currently, América is the ratings leader in Perú, with a 36% share of the national audience. It produces 65% of the shows it airs, and most of its imports still come from Televisa, with which it has retained a business relationship.

External links[edit]

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Compania Peruana De Radiodifusion S.A. (America Television Canal 4) is based in Peru, with the head office in Lima. The enterprise currently operates in the Broadcasting (except Internet) sector. The company was established on January 16, 1942. It currently has a total number of 1,046 (2021) employees.

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America Television Canal 4 en Vivo

America TV en Vivo Peru

America Television Canal 4 en Vivo is basically a network based in Peru. This is an affiliate of  TV of Mexico. It started its broadcasting service 1958. This is an old channel in the country. America TV en Vivo is most popular channel of the country and it has a large number of audience in all over the world. This is first commercial broadcasting station and most watched Peruvian television. It is on air over 50 years with out any interruption.

America TV en Vivo Peru

Its most famous and memorable programs as El Chavo del Ocho, El Chapulin Colorado and sports programs. You can also watch National and International News and many current affairs programs. National films and soap operas of great prestige also broadcasts from this TV.


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Television canal peruana 4

Peru TV is the channel of public television in the Peru . It is the first channel in the country and the one with the greatest national coverage. Since 2010, it officially began its broadcasts on digital terrestrial television and became the first Peruvian channel to officially use this technology. [ 1 ] This institution is part of the National Institute of Radio and Television of Peru (IRTP) along with other media such as: Radio Nacional del Peru and Radio La Crónica AM , which are owned by the Peruvian Government . [ 2 ] [ 3 ]Its sister channel, TV Peru Internacional, transmits its signal to all of Europe , North America , Oceania and North Africa .

History

Foundation and early years

The first experimental television transmission in Peru occurred on September 21, 1939: a film and an artistic program were broadcast from the Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe school in Lima on Channel 3. Then another test would be carried out, this time from the Gran Hotel Bolívar on April 11, 1955 by Antonio Pereyra now on Channel 6 .

On January 12, 1957, the government published the General Communications Regulation, which included an updated regulation on television, reserving the signals of channels 5 (now a signal occupied by Panamericana Televisión ) and 7 for the State. Installed on the 22nd floor of the Ministry of Education building at that time, the studios of the future channel 7 and on the roof of the building (at the time the highest in Lima) a small antenna and a modest transmitter of 100 watts in image and 50 in audio. [ 4 ]

Then in April of the same year, TV was declared covered by the Industrial Promotion Law, allowing the tax-exempt import of equipment destined for television transmission, and in appliance stores throughout Lima , televisions of various brands.

Then came the television fever, by the middle of the year the "test signal" could be captured. Channel 7 in Lima was founded by Unesco and the Peruvian Government on January 16, 1958, as OAD-TV broadcasting a technical documentary on television and also on antenna installation, launched as an experimental television station with the indicative of signal OAY-4E. It broadcast three times a week and was operated by the School of Electronics of the Ministry of Education of Peru. His first programs were: Fifteen minutes of songs , Channel news , Melodies of yesteryear , Creole album among others. [5]

Between 1959 and 1962, its transmissions were interrupted due to reorganization reasons within the station administration. In 1961, for reasons of internal conflicts in the channel, the administration of channel 7 was divided into two groups: the "Canal 7 Television Station" and the "Inca Garcilaso OAD TV Channel 7 Electronic School". After the discrepancies between these two are resolved, the station returns to transmitting normally on June 14, with broadcasts from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. [ 6 ] By then, the channel already broadcast regular three-hour programming Monday through Saturday, exclusively of a cultural nature. [ 7 ]

Teleeducation

Later, with the creation of the National Tele-education Institute (INTE) and, from 1965, La telescuela del 7 began to be broadcast . Until 1970, the channel's Tele-education Center offered cultural programming aimed at children in poor areas of the country. During the military dictatorship of Juan Velasco Alvarado , the channel was renamed "Televisión del Estado" and the channel's administration took advantage of the existence of INTE for the co-production of educational programs. The channel changed administration: from the Ministry of Education to the National Information Office, a body under the Presidency of the Republic.

Military dictatorship and color television

During the 1970s, the channel continued a trend towards cultural and educational programming. Several educational programs were carried out, such as Titeretambo , La casa de cardboard , Pasito a paso and Chiquilines . After the constitution of the National Information System (SINADI) at the end of 1973, the National Radio Broadcasting Company of Peru (ENRAD Peru) was founded, which would control the public channel already called "ENRAD Peru Channel 7", Radio Nacional del Peru and the expropriated radio stations from the Cavero family network, such as Radio La Crónica AM , which would become part of Enrad Peru .

The channel changes from a cultural orientation to a commercial and competitive approach against América Televisión and Panamericana Televisión from Telecentro , a private company with 50% of its shares owned by the military government. During that time, the humorous program « Estrafalario » (1976 - 1979), a Creole music program called « Una noche con lo Nuestro », a miscellaneous program «El especial de los Wednesdays», and the program Spanish imported from Televisión Española « 300 million », very popular at that time. In those years, the channel began to outperform América Televisión andPanamericana Television .

Due to the military dictatorship that ruled the country during the 1970s, the first experimental broadcasts in color began in 1974, when INTE made short broadcasts using the SECAM and PAL systems alternately thanks to the support of various state broadcasters in Japan and France . At the end of 1976 and during 1977, the first color transmissions were implemented using the American NTSC standard, which would finally be made official. On January 17, 1978, Channel 7 became the first Peruvian channel to abandon black and white television, although some programs (such as Estrafalario ) continued to be broadcast in monochrome until 1979.

Democratic opening and the satellite era

With the democratic opening in 1980, the previously confiscated private channels were returned to their old and true owners and new competitors entered, such as Frequency 2 , Stereo 33 , Channel 9 and RBC Television . The SINADI became the National Social Communication System (SINACOSO) and ENRAD Peru was renamed Empresa Nacional de Cinema, Radio and Television Peruana SA better known as "RTP Channel 7". To the north and south of the Peruvian capital, the channel 7 signal could also be seen simultaneously on channel 9, a signal that stopped broadcasting in May 1981 to give way to Channel 9. In 1981, RTP was broadcasting stellar shows, cartoons, documentaries, series and movies, but Channel 7 could never match private channels.

In 1982, the channel began its satellite broadcasts nationwide. As early as 1986, the signal was broadcast through 183 broadcasting stations throughout the country and was renamed TV-Peru: Televisión Peruana . Despite the fact that in the interior of the territory the channel reached high audience ratings, in Lima it suffered from low tuning. Its programming was not publicized by the channel itself, and commercials were rarely aired.

In the 1990s, the channel began broadcasting Japanese programs, donated by the Japanese network NHK , [ 8 ] until 2008.

SINACOSO / ENCRTP were eliminated in 1991 during the government of Alberto Fujimori . On July 5, 1996, the administration of the canal passed into the hands of the Ministry of Education; As a result of this change, the Institute of Radio and Television of Peru (IRTP) was created and the channel is managed from this institution using the commercial name "TNP - Televisión Nacional del Perú".

2000s onwards

In mid-2000, TV Peru began broadcasting Korean novels from multiple television networks until 2009

In 2002, a new IRTP administration was appointed with broadcast professionals. In 2003, IRTP operations were transferred to the presidential sector of the Council of Ministers. In mid-2006, under the second and last non-consecutive government of Alan García , the channel was renamed "TV Peru."

In August 2009, due to a restructuring, the channel decided to allow private advertising to broadcast in the program breaks, only state advertising and program promotions, this situation lasted until November 2010 when advertising returned, although with only 4 commercials and 2 promos per batch. That same year, the Korean novels were assigned to Panamericana TV .

On March 30, 2010, the channel began transmissions on digital terrestrial television (using the ISDB-Tb standard ) through channel 16 UHF in Lima, in a ceremony held at the Government Palace, becoming the first Peruvian channel in broadcast in this new format. It had a differentiated programming with respect to its analog signal.

In 2011, it was decided to launch a new novel called Conversando con la luna , a novel similar to La Rosa de Guadalupe, which narrates the events of daily life, but each chapter per week with 5 parts per day, a good way to compete with other novels. [ 9 ]

On November 4, 2012, the channel launched its own news signal, called TV Perú 7.3 (for 2020, renamed TV Perú Noticias ).

Since the end of 2014, the IRTP launched the international variant of the channel, TV Perú Internacional , which begins to be distributed in Chile and Bolivia and, since December 15, 2017, is available internationally.

On May 5, 2018, the channel went to broadcast programming and advertising at 16: 9 in test mode in the standard resolution signal, with the logo intact. Two days later, on May 7, TV Peru officially changed the aspect ratio of its standard signal from 4: 3 to 16: 9 with the logo adapted to the wide screen.

On June 12, 2018, the channel signed an agreement with Latina Televisión to broadcast the matches of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia on the state channel to guarantee the reception of the event in almost the entire country, with a total of 245 locations. who will be able to see the sporting event. [ 10 ] [ 11 ] [ 12 ]

In 2019, TV Peru decides to renew all its television media, renewing the Public Media System and proposing new plans and alternatives. [ 13 ] [ 14 ] Thus also in 2019, the chain decided to transmit the Pan American Games and Parapan Lima 2019. [ 15 ]

On January 30, 2020, the standard resolution signal of TV Peru is replaced by the signal of Radio Nacional (such as Nacional TV ). Available in the multiplex of TV Peru through subchannels .2, according to the designated frequency in each region of the country. [ 16 ]

On Monday, March 16, 2020, after a message to the nation from former President Martín Vizcarra made on Sunday, March 15, 2 programs called Let's Talk about COVID-19 [ 17 ] and COVID A Las 19 Horas were launched . [ 18 ] until the end of June 2020, afterwards, the channel broadcast the contents of its programs.

On April 5, 2020, the IRTP together with the Ministry of Education , began to broadcast the program Aprendo en Casa [ 19 ] , a distance education program for children and adolescents due to the impact of the recent COVID-19 disease on the world.

In May 2020, IRTP channels (except Canal IPe ) began broadcasting the Democratic Debate program on the Congreso TV channel .

On September 7, 2020, it renewed its programming including new programs. [ 20 ]

In October 2020, TV Peru began broadcasting monthly programs: Compartiendo con ... (country in mention).

In November 2020, IRTP , together with the National Library of Peru , launched the More Books, More Free campaign . [ 21 ] Later, together with Canal IPe , they began to broadcast animated series in native languages ​​(delayed). [ 22 ]

Competences

Its closest competitors are: ATV and Panamericana (in programming systems). [ 23 ]

characteristics

  • Fly logo on screen, in the upper right corner. Until the present, it appeared with the initials HD.
  • Text under the logo the word "LIVE", when a program is broadcast live and direct.
  • Hashtag on the screen, in the lower left corner (in imported programs).
  • Sale of advertising, through banners , located in the lower corner, during the same.
  • On live programs, banners with sentences are displayed on one line, and sometimes with 2 lines.
  • Outputs programs in 16: 9 format (including 4: 3 set).
  • For the same purpose, in some programs (in the lower right corner) it has an interpreter doing sign language of what is spoken on the air.
  • It has program promos with approximate timing over other programs on the channel (in the upper left corner).
  • Countdown of the programs to be released (in the upper left corner).
  • Logo watermark in the middle of the screen (for exclusive reports).
  • Commercial advertising starts from 5 AM and ends at 12 AM the next day. The rest of the batch broadcast program promos.
  • The channel ID is displayed before the ad run.
  • After the publicity round, a "We Are Watching" bumper appears.
  • At the beginning of each program an age warning bumper appears.

Programming

TV Peru offers programming mainly of national production, among them: Informative, educational, cultural, tourist, entertainment, gastronomy, among them.

Own programming

ProgramsContent
TV Peru NewsNews of the channel in its editions, Matinal, Second edition, night, Saturday and Sunday.
It happened in PeruPeruvian history program.
CustomsPeruvian traditions program.
What's going onInformative analysis program.
Report to PeruPeru tourism and travel program.
Flavored to PeruGastronomic program of Peru
I learn at homeDistance education program for children and adolescents.
The Amazing World of GeorgeChildren's entertainment program.
Sundays partyPeruvian music program in each neighborhood.
TV Peru SportsNational and international sports program.
Medical bodyPhysical and mental health program.
GeoMundoInternational information analysis program.
Code 7Police and Armed Forces news program.
FranklyTalk show on social issues.
Face to faceOpinion program.
Sounds of the worldNational and international music program.
One and a thousand voicesAfro-Peruvian Creole Music Program .
Takiy bowlsFolk music program.
The pleasure of the eyesNational and international film premieres and shorts program.
Museums without LimitsMuseum visits program.
Theater in GrandeMusic, dance and theater program, in conjunction with the Ministry of Culture and the Gran Teatro Nacional .
Bicentennial ModeProgram of characters and stories that prepare us for 2021.
Conversing with the MoonSeries of short soap operas, stories from life itself.
Without BarriersProgram dedicated to people with disabilities.
ÑuqanchiqNewscast in Quechua language .
JiwasanakaNewscast in Aymara language .
Peruvians to the bicentennialPeruvian character interview program.
Peru TV SpecialsReporting program of real life events.
The gold collection of Marco Aurelio DenegriProgram of the best of The Function of the Word.

Programs from other channels

ProgramsContent
Guys IPe Children's block of the IPe channel.


Although it also transmits minimally programming from other public media in America , Europe and Asia , including Central Television of China , RT in Spanish , Korean Broadcasting System , RTVE , Ministry of Public Media and Communication , France Télévisions , BBC , Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia , NHK , ARD , Rai , among others, both for this channel and for its sister channels.

Newscasts

TV Peru currently has newscasts that offer live events, breaking news, weather forecast, sea wave forecast and economic closure (currency exchange), as well as public service messages and alerts. These are TV Peru Noticias , Face to Face , What's Happening , among others.

Child block

Because few families do not have digital or subscription television, TV Peru also broadcasts a small schedule called Chicos IPe , where children can watch programming from Monday to Friday in the afternoons.

Congress Informs

Previously, it was broadcast only on DTT channel 7.2 (Hoy Nacional TV ) and on the analog signal, it transmitted from Monday to Sunday at 9 AM the programs of the Congreso TV channel until September 30, 2019. In May 2020, together with Nacional TV and TV Perú Noticias (at that time signals mirrors), broadcasts the program Debate Democrático. [ 24 ]

Programs in native languages

In 2016, TV Peru launched the first program in Quechua called Ñuqanchik , a news program aimed at Quechua speakers in the country. [ 25 ] In 2017, a newscast in Aymara , Jiwasanaka , was launched . [ 26 ] In 2018, TV Peru launched Ashi Añane , a program dedicated to Aboriginal people who speak the Ashaninka language . [ 27 ]

On September 7, 2020, 2 out of 3 programs also broadcast in the afternoons. [ 28 ]

Signs

Terrestrial analog

It is the original signal of the channel, emitted since its foundation, on January 17, 1958 in Lima on channel 7 VHF analog (54-60 MHz), using NTSC 480i at 29.97 frames per second and later at 60 frames per second. . In 1997 it began to broadcast in stereophonic sound . Indeed, it was broadcast in 4: 3 and since 2010 when HD productions began, they were always broadcast with pan and scan . Since 2010, the signal is broadcast in 16: 9 compressed to 4: 3 after merging with the HD signal. This signal will stop transmitting in Lima and Callao in 2021, when the analog blackout occurs .

DTT signals

These are the signals that are transmitted on channel 16 UHF Multiplex (506-512 MHz) of digital terrestrial television since March 30, 2010. These are:

Virtual ChannelContent
7.1

Subcanal HD

It is the channel's high definition signal, it is the first signal officially launched on March 30, 2010, which is broadcast in 1080i at 60 bands per second. It is the main channel of the channel since 2010. From 2010 to 2020 it was broadcast with the fly logo with the text «HD». On January 30, 2020, said channel unified the HD signal with the SD signal and continued to use the original fly logo without the text "HD".
7.2

Subchannel Nacional TV SD

Founded in 2012 as Congreso TV , after leaving the signal, it is replaced by TV Peru 7.2 (Standard signal) whose programming was almost the same as TV Peru HD. On January 30, 2020, the audiovisual format of Radio Nacional was launched . It is not yet known when its open HD signal will start.
7.3

Subchannel TV Peru News SD

On November 13, 2013, TV Peru 7.3 was launched, initially broadcasting with the closing of broadcasts and later 24 hours a day. programming is based exclusively on national and international news, also miscellaneous. in 2017 it was renamed to TV Noticias 7.3, and in 2019 to TV Perú Noticias. It is not yet known when its open HD signal will start.
7.4

IPe SD subcanal

On December 2, 2013, the signal of TV Peru 7.4 , a channel dedicated to culture, was launched, this signal lasted until July 1, 2016, when Canal IPe (Peruvian Identity) was launched, dedicated to cultural and cultural programming. entertainment for children, adolescents and young people. It is not yet known when its open HD signal will start.
7.5

TV Peru Mobile

It is the 1sec signal for cell phones launched in 2010; it is broadcast in 240p at 30 frames per second. Retransmits the HD signal.

Payment signals

Signs Characteristic
SDIt broadcasts the same as the SD signal and is distributed to pay television companies and repeaters in the interior of Peru (both in analog and digital).
HDIt broadcasts the same as the HD signal and is distributed to pay television companies and repeaters in the interior of Peru.

Channel Productions

Main article: Annex: TV Peru Productions

Slogans

Period Slogans
1958-1971 The first television station in Peru OAD TV 7.
1968 10 years.
1971-1974 The television station with the new image of Peru.
1974-1978 More communication for everyone.
1978 20 Years of history since 1958.
1978 To stay at home.
1979 The best! First on 7.
1979 Seven times more television!
1979-1980 With the heat and the color of the Seven.
1980 All color is Espectacolor '80 in 7.
1980-1981 The first television station in Peru.
1981 Because we are the change, you see it ... period!
1981 Your best choice!
1981-1982 The channel with everything!
1982-1983 The channel of the Peruvian family.
1983 25 Years with the Peruvian family.
1983-1984 Better than a new channel, a channel that is renewed.
1984 A single image for all of Peru.
1985 Satellite television.
1985-1987 The channel of all Peruvians.
1987 29 Years being the first television station in the country.
1987 We are the largest and we are from all Peruvians.
1987 Television for all Peruvians.
1988 30 Years with all Peruvians.
1988 Peru sees you!
1988-1989 At an intercontinental level.
1989 The channel that reaches more!
1989-1990 It was '90: The Satellite system!
1990-1992 An image with strength!
1991 33 Years working with faith and hope in Peru.
1992-1993 Something more than watching television.
1993 Pioneers and first in Peruvian television for 35 Years.
1993-1995 It is getting better!
1994 It is much better!
1995 37 years communicating the future.
1996-1997 Television born at home.
1997-1999 The best image of Peru.
1998 40 Years with the best image.
1999-2000 Come to the new era.
2000-2001 A sign for everyone.
2001-2003 Sowing culture for everyone.
2003-2004 Culture with quality programming.
2004-2006 Programming pride.
2005-2006 Image of ours.
2006-2008 Force that integrates Peruvians.
2006-2008 (Christmas): '' Because Jesus is Peruvian, I say "Peru Child"
2007-2008 TV Peru is you!
2008 ''50 Years of Peruvian Television: With us the story begins''
2008-2009 Information, culture and entertainment for everyone.
2009 51 Years integrating the whole country.
2009 A powerful signal at the service of all Peruvians.
2009 National Television.
2009 All Peruvians are Peru.
2009-2010 The channel of all Peruvians.
2010-2017 Much more to see.
2014 (only for the PE network): '' The signal of Peru ''
July 2015 (National Holidays): In these holidays, we celebrate our diversity
2017-present We are all (stylized #WeAreAll).
2017-2019 The channel of all Peruvians.
2018 60 Years: Peruvian Television was born here.
March - June 2020 '' I stay at home '' (stylized '' #YoMeQuedoEnHasa '')
June - September 2020 '' First my health '' (stylized '' #FirstMyHealth '')
September - November 2020 '' Let's not be accomplices '' (stylized '' # Let's not be accomplices '')
November 2020 '' Fight Peru '' (stylized '' # LUCHAPERÚ '')
From December 2020 '' Let's not lower our guard '' (stylized '' #NoBajemosLaGuardia '')

Coverage

Due to its maximum coverage, these are the list of channels nationwide

VHF channels Cities (departments)
Canal 2 Cajamarca (Cajamarca)
Calca (Cusco)
Chuquibambilla (Apurímac)
Combapata (Cusco)
Huancayo (Junín)
Huarochiri (Lima)
Majes (Arequipa)
Otuzco (La Libertad)
Palpa (Ica)
Paucartambo (Cusco)
Pillcopata (Cusco)
Puno (Puno)
Santiago from Chuco (La Libertad)
Talara (Piura)
Urubamba (Cusco)
Canal 3 Aucayacu (Huanuco)
San Vicente de Cañete (Lima)
Ventanilla (Callao)
Canal 4 Aguaytia (Ucayali)
Andahuaylas (Apurimac)
Chincha Alta (Ica)
Contamana (Loreto)
Cusco (Cusco)
Hualgayoc (Cajamarca)
Mendoza (Amazonas)
Nazca (Ica)
Paita (Piura)
Puquio (Ayacucho)
Querobamba (Ayacucho)
San Felipe de Vichayal ( Piura)
San Pedro de Cajas (Junín)
Satipo (Junín)
Tarma (Junín)
Tumbes (Tumbes)
Canal 5 Cajabamba (Cajamarca)
Chota (Cajamarca)
Tocache (San Martín)
Canal 6 Carhuaz (Ancash)
Ilo (Moquegua)
Olmos (Lambayeque)
Putina (Puno)
Canal 7

Abancay (Apurimac)
Acos (Lima)
Aguas Calientes (Cusco)
Christian Alliance (Loreto)
Aplao (Arequipa)
Arequipa (Arequipa)
Ayacucho (Ayacucho)
Barranca (Lima)
Bolívar (La Libertad)
Cabana (Ancash)
Cajatambo (Lima)
Cascas (La Libertad)
Chachapoyas (Amazonas)
Chala (Arequipa)
Chalhuanca (Apurimac)
Chao (La Libertad)
Chincheros (Apurimac)
Chivay (Arequipa)
Conchan (Cajamarca)
Coracora (Ayacucho)
Guadalupe (La Libertad)
Huamachuco (La Libertad)
Huancabamba (Piura)
Huancavelica (Huancavelica)
Huaraz (Ancash)
Huarmey (Ancash)
Huayopata (Cusco)
Iberia (Madre De Dios)
Ica (Ica)
Iñapari (Mother of God)
Iquitos (Loreto)
Ite (Tacna)
Jaén (Cajamarca)
Jumbilla (Amazonas)
Lima (Lima Province)
Llata ​​(Huanuco)
Locumba (Tacna)
Macusani (Puno)
Mazamari (Junín)
Ocoña (Arequipa)
Oxapampa (Pasco)
Piura (Piura)
Pomabamba (Ancash)
Pomahuaca (Cajamarca)
Pozuzo (Pasco)
Pucallpa (Ucayali)
Puerto Bermúdez (Pasco)
Puerto Inca (Huanuco)
Punta del Bombón ( Arequipa)
Quillabamba (Cusco)
San Luis (Ancash)
San Ramón (Junin)
Santo Tomás (Cusco)
Sicuani (Cusco)
Sivia (Ayacucho)
Tacna (Tacna)
Tapuc (Pasco)
Tayabamba (La Libertad)
Tingo María (Huanuco)
Uco (Ancash)
Yauca (Arequipa)
Yauyos (Lima)
Yungay (Ancash)

Canal 8 Antioquia (Lima)
Carhuamayo (Junin)
Huamaguilla (Ayacucho)
Omate (Moquegua)
Pisco (Ica)
Poroto (La Libertad)
San Miguel (Cajamarca)
Santa Cruz (Cajamarca)
Canal 9

Acari (Arequipa)
Anta (Cusco)
Ayabaca (Piura)
Azangaro (Puno)
Camana (Arequipa)
Canta (Lima)
Caraveli (Arequipa)
Cotahuasi (Arequipa)
Espinar (Cusco)
Huachon (Pasco)
Huanca-Huanca (Huancavelica)
Huari (Ancash)
Inambari - Santa Rosa (Mother of God)
Iscozacin (Pasco)
Jauja (Junín)
Juanjui (San Martín)
Juliaca (Puno)
Lunahuana (Lima)
Madrigal (Arequipa)
Maras (Cusco)
Matucana (Lima)
Mollendo (Arequipa)
Nieva (Amazonas)
Ollaraya (Puno)
Panao (Huanuco)
Pichanaki (Junin)
Quilcapuncu (Puno)
Requena (Loreto)
San Juan del Oro (Puno)
San Martín de Pangoa (Junín)
Sandia (Puno)
Santa Rosa (El Collao - Puno)
Socota (Cajamarca)
Tambo (Ayacucho)
Villa Rica (Pasco)

Canal 10

Anapia (Puno)
Andajes (Lima)
Bambamarca (Cajamarca)
Callanmarca (Huancavelica)
Caraz (Ancash)
Casma (Ancash)
Castrovirreyna (Huancavelica)
Chaglla (Huanuco)
Chulucanas (Piura)
Contumaza (Cajamarca)
Huanca Sancos (Ayacucho)
Huaylas (Ancash)
Huayllabamba (Cusco)
Jesús (Huanuco)
Las Palmas (Huanuco)
Lircay (Hunacavelica)
Madre de Dios (Mother of God)
Moyobamba (San Martín)
Nueva Lima (San Martín)
Pinra (Huanuco)
Pozuzo-Buena Vista (Pasco)
Punete Piedra (Lima Metropolitan)
Salitral (Piura)
San Ignacio (Cajamarca)
Santo Domingo (Piura)
Saposoa (San Martín)
Yurimaguas (Loreto)
Yuyapichis (Huanuco)

Canal 11

Aija (Ancash)
Ananea-Chuquini (Puno)
Arapa (Puno)
Atuncolla (Puno)
Brittany (Loreto)
Cabana (Puno)
Carumas (Moquegua)
Cerro de Pasco (Pasco)
Checca (Cusco)
Chiclayo (Lambayeque)
Chiquian (Ancash)
Colquepata ( Cusco)
Huanuco (Huanuco)
Huarango (Cajamarca)
Inchupalla (Puno)
Juli (Puno)
Lajas (Cajamarca)
Lares (Cusco)
Moquegua (Moquegua)
Moro (Ancash)
Nauta (Loreto)
Oyon (Lima)
Pampas (Huancavelica)
Pisac (Cusco)
Puerto Maldonado (Madre de Dios)
Puerto Rosario del Laberinto (Madre de Dios)
San Juan de Bigote (Piura)
San Mateo (Lima)
San Miguel (Ayacucho)
San Pablo (Cajamarca)
Santa Clotilde (Loreto)
Santo Tomás (Cajamarca) br /> Tambillo (Puno)
Tambo Grande (Piura)
Tapo (Junín)
Viru (La Libertad)
Yanahuanca (Pasco)

Canal 12

Anchonga (Huancavelica)
Angasmarca (La Libertad)
East Lima (Lima Province)
Boca Manu (Madre de Dios)
Chavinillo (Huanuco)
Churubamba (Huanuco)
Concordia (Loreto)
Corongo (Ancash)
Desaguadero (Puno)
Hermilio Valdizan (Huanuco)
Huancapi ( Ayacucho)
Huarocondo (Cusco)
Ilabaya (Tacna)
Ilave (Puno)
Inambari (Mother of God)
La Matanza (Piura)

Sours: https://second.wiki/wiki/tv_perc3ba
TVPerú Noticias Edición Matinal - 4/10/2021

Hoy en día, después de más de 14 años de su fundación, SUR, Sistema Unido de Retransmisión, es una corporación internacional que alcanza los mercados latinoamericanos de Estados Unidos, Canadá y Australia, con 4 canales de televisión particulares:

 

Canal SUR es el principal canal, el más conocido, el más variado, el mejor distribuido y el más antiguo. Reconocido por la audiencia como “el canal de las noticias”, Canal SUR es un canal emblemático donde el latinoamericano encuentra todos los días su noticiero favorito y programas de entretenimiento de alto rating.

Canal SUR, llega a los hogares en los Estados Unidos a nivel nacional por medio de los principales proveedores de cable. Es el ancla en las ofertas latinas de los sistema de cable siendo el más solicitado.


SUR PERÚ, el segundo canal de la corporación, nace a mediados del 2005. A los pocos meses de su lanzamiento, SUR PERÚ ya se había convertido en el canal número uno de la comunidad peruana emigrante, logrando reunir los mejores canales con los principales programas de la televisión peruana de hoy.


Con el objetivo de brindar entretenimiento, estudio5 ofrece una selección de películas mexicanas, que comprenden películas clásicas, de la época del Cine de Oro Mexicano, y producciones más recientes. Con famosos actores y directores ganadores de premios y reconocimientos. Estudio5 ofrece películas de todos los géneros: aventura, acción, romance y comedia.


 

Sours: http://www.canalsur.com/canales.php

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