Compañía de Radio Televisión de Galicia

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Corporación de Radio-Televisión de Galicia (CRTVG)
Type Radio, television, online
Country Spain
First air date
Availability Galicia
Founded 1984
Owner Publicly owned
Key people
Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo (Director Xeral)
Affiliation FORTA
Official website

The Corporación de Radio-Televisión de Galicia (CRTVG) is the public broadcaster for the autonomous community of Galicia, Spain.


CRTVG was created on 11 July 1984 with the Lei de Galicia 9/1984. With this law two separate companies were created; Televisión de Galicia, S.A. which is responsible for producing televisual output and Radio Galega, S.A. which produces its radio content.


The network is governed by a tripartisan board of directors appointed by the Galician Parliament.

board of directors[edit]

  • María Bastida Domínguez (People's Party of Galicia, PPdeG)
  • Xosé Luís Iravedra Lestal (PPdeG)
  • Xoán Manuel Jiménez Morán (PPdeG)
  • Arturo Maneiro Vila (PPdeG)
  • Higinio Meijide Gómez (PPdeG)
  • Ana Isabel Peón Pineiro (PPdeG)
  • Juan Carlos Araújo Rodríguez (Socialists' Party of Galicia, PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Roberto Cid González (PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Adriana Fernández Vázquez (PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Carlos Alberto Rodríguez Calvo (PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Manuel Antelo Pazos (Galician Nationalist Bloc, BNG)
  • Montserrat Prado Cores (BNG)

Director General[edit]

The director general is the head of CRTVG. He is directly appointed by the Xunta de Galicia. The current director general of CRTVG is Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo.[1]

  • 1985–86 Luis Losada
  • 1986–87 Lois Caeiro
  • 1987–90 Abilio Bernardo de Quirós
  • 1990–94 Ramón Villot
  • 1994-05 Francisco Campos
  • 2005–09 Benigno Sánchez
  • 2009– Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo, nuevo director general de la televisión gallega". 20 May 2009. Retrieved 17 July 2010. 

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