Canal 3 Pichilemu

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Canal 3 Pichilemu
Canal 3 Pichilemu.jpg
Logotype of Canal 3.
Headquarters of Canal 3 Pichilemu, located in the former José Arraño Acevedo's house, in Pichilemu.
Headquarters of Canal 3 Pichilemu, located in the former José Arraño Acevedo's house, in Pichilemu.
Launched 2000[1]
Owned by Agrupación de Audiovisualistas de Pichilemu
Country  Chile
Language Spanish
Headquarters Former José Arraño Acevedo's House, Pichilemu, O'Higgins Region
Formerly called Canal Inmaculada Concepción Pichilemu
Website Canal 3 Pichilemu
Availability
Terrestrial
Analog (Pichilemu) 3
Analog (TV Cable Costa Azul) 35

Canal 3 Pichilemu (English: Channel 3 Pichilemu) is a Chilean TV channel, with its headquarters located in Pichilemu, O'Higgins Region.[1]

The channel was created in 2000, and its current director is Yovanny Moraga.[1] The channel's owner is the Agrupación de Audiovisualistas de Pichilemu[1] (English: Pichilemu Audiovisual Group), a non-profit organization.

The channel, along with Señal 3 La Victoria, helped with the creation of Mapuche TV, the first Mapudungun-speaking television channel in Chile, with headquarters in Panguipulli.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Canal 3 de Pichilemu: Televisión comunitaria desde la Sexta Región" (in Spanish). El Ciudadano. Retrieved December 9, 2010. 
  2. ^ "La TV comunitaria resiste desde la UTI". Observatorio de Medios FUCATEL. Retrieved December 9, 2010. 

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