Nou (TV channel)
|Launched||9 October 1989|
|Closed||29 November 2013|
|Owned by||Televisió Valenciana|
|Formerly called||Canal Nou (1989–2013)|
|Sister channel(s)||Nou 24|
|DTTV||Alicante: 62 UHF
Castellón: 60 UHF
Valencia: 57 UHF
|ONO||Valencia: Channel 7|
|Movistar TV||Valencia: Channel 7|
Nou Televisió (Valencian pronunciation: [ˈnɔw televiziˈo]), or simply Nou (Valencian/Catalan for "nine" or "new"), was a public television station in the Valencian Community, Spain. It was run by RTVV which operated from Burjassot. It was broadcast in Valencian and Spanish and it could be watched in the Valencian Community and adjacent areas, especially Catalonia. It had been broadcasting since the late 1980s.
The station broadcast in stereo, and it was often possible to watch programmes in dual language (original soundtrack and Valencian (or Spanish) dub).
In July 2012, in the middle of the ongoing financial crisis, RTVV announced a labor force adjustment plan, firing 1,198 of its 1,660 employees. Trade unions CCOO and CGT challenged the measure, and on 5 November 2013 it was nullified by the National Court. Claiming that reinstating the employees was untenable, the Generalitat Valenciana closed down RTVV that same day.
- But the truth was that Alberto Fabra closed the tv station avoiding a judgement decision because he didn't like the sentence with the promise of building schools and hospitals with that money. Lie. His political party (PP) keep on ruining the station for 20 years and he killed it. Fabra's failure ends with RTVV. El País, 5 November 2013
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