24 Horas (Colombian TV series)

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24 Horas was a Colombian newscast, produced by the programadora of the same name. It aired between January 3, 1977[1] and January 21, 2000.[2] It had reigned at the 7:00 pm timeslot on weeknights for more than 20 years, but the new timeslot awarded in the licitación of 1997 and the programadoras crisis that soon followed brought the program and programadora to their end.[3] At the time it ended, it was the longest-running newscast airing on Colombian television; after the end of 24 Horas, this title passed to Datos y Mensajes with its Noticiero TV Hoy.[4]


  1. ^ "El noticiero 24 Horas no se acaba. El Tiempo 1 December 1999: link
  2. ^ "On y off." El Tiempo 30 December 2000: link
  3. ^ "La hora 25." El Tiempo 27 January 2000: link
  4. ^ Luz Monroy, Martha. "Las noticias del Uno estrenan imagen/TV Hoy se acaba." El Tiempo 13 December 2001: link