Télé Inter-Rives

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Télé Inter-Rives ("Inter-Riverbank Television", literal translation) is a broadcasting company based in Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec. The Simard family holds a 55% stake in Télé Inter-Rives, with Quebecor (owner of TVA Group and the TVA network) holding the remaining 45%.

The company operates three stations in Rivière-du-Loup in a rare "triple-stick" (triopoly), by "cascade ownership":[1]

Télé Inter-Rives also operates Carleton-sur-Mer TVA affiliate CHAU-DT (licensee: CHAU-TV Communications Ltée., owned by Télé Inter-Rives).

The four stations air programming in French, as the language and population in Eastern Quebec is predominantly French-Canadian.

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