Teletica Canal 7

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Teletica 7
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 Costa Rica
Branding Teletica Canal 7
Slogan Siempre con usted
Channels Analog: 7 VHF
Digital: 7.1 RHD ATSC
Owner Teletica
First air date May 16, 1960
Sister station(s) Canal 33
Licensing authority SUTEL
Website www.teletica.com

Canal 7 is a private Costa Rican television channel, owned and operated by Teletica's founders, the Picado family. It was the first television station in Costa Rica.

History[edit]

In October 1958 was signed the historic agreement that gave rise to Televisora de Costa Rica S.A., Teletica Channel 7. Mr. Mario Echandi, President of Costa Rica, took the decision to grant licenses to private television. Two men were his great predecessors, in the area of business, Mr. René Picado Esquivel and the area of electronics, Mr. Carlos Manuel Reyes.

Programming[edit]

Main programming consists on local news show call Telenoticias, Buen Dia (morning show), Mexican and Colombian soap operas, US dubbed TV series, sports, Deportivo Saprissa soccer games and Costa Rica national football team friendly games.[1]

Current TV series[edit]

Telenovelas[edit]

Local production[edit]

  • Show de la 1/2 Docena
  • Sabores
  • Viviana en tu cocina
  • RG Elementos
  • Sábado Feliz
  • Destinos Tv
  • La Pensión

Other programs aired[edit]

Bailando por un Sueño broke the record in the Costa Rican television for being the most watched program in just one day. Siempre en Domingo, Tu y Yo, Sabado Gigante, Duelo de Pasiones, Serafin, La Carabina de Ambrosio, Anabel, Que Crees?, Agujetas de Color de Rosa, El Privilegio de Amar, La Guereja y Algo Mas, Tres Generaciones, Mi Secretaria, Chespirito, Dr. Candido Perez, Papa Soltero.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Teletica 7 Programming