Canal Uno (Ecuador)

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Canal Uno
Canal Uno (Ecuador) logo.png
Launched November 6, 1992
Owned by Grupo Rivas
Slogan La TV que te gusta!
Country Ecuador
Language Spanish
Headquarters Guayaquil, Ecuador
Quito, Ecuador
Formerly called CRE Television
(1992–94)
SíTV
(1994–2002)
Replaced SíTV
Website Canal Uno
Availability
Terrestrial
VHF 12 (Guayaquil, Quito)
5,9,13 (Repeaters)
UHF 21,22,23,26,31
Satellite
Directv (Ecuador) 189
Cable
Univisa 12
Grupo Tv Cable 21,22,23,26,31

Canal Uno (formerly SiTV) is an Ecuadorian television network owned by the Group Rivas operated RELAD S.A., in the city of Guayaquil and Canal Uno S.A., in the city of Quito. Since its start in broadcasting on November 6, 1992 as CRE Televisión, April 18, 1994 as SíTV and May 6, 2002, the channel has become one of the largest chains of Ecuador.[citation needed]

It is on Channel 12 for the provinces of Guayaquil to the coast, the mountains, East, Southern Zone and Galapagos, Esmeraldas, Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, Los Rios, Manabi, Santa Elena, Guayas, El Oro, Carchi, Imbabura, Cotopaxi, Tungurahua, Chimborazo, Bolivar, Canar, Azuay, Loja, Sucumbios, Napo, Orellana, Pastaza, Morona Santiago and Zamora Chinchipe Galapagos. and Channel 12 for Quito Pichincha province. It uses the slogan "You see". Internationally signal is presented with "Canal Uno Internacional" through the website www.canal1tv.com (in May 2012, was relaunched with a new design, integrating online video and other services). In September 2012, will launch a special edition of the history of SíTV from April 18, 1994 to May 6, 2002.

Currently, a member of the Asociación de Canales de Televisión del Ecuador.[citation needed]

Canal Uno Internacional[edit]

"Canal Uno Internacional" was removed by DishLatino US in October 2008 and replaced it with Teleamazonas Internacional on channel 839.[citation needed]
Available in Chile as Claro TV and Satellite SatMex 5.[1]

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