|Founded||4 July 1984|
|Defunct||29 November 2013|
|Divisions||Televisió Valenciana S.A. (TVV),
Ràdio Autonomia Valenciana S.A. (RAV)
Televisió Valenciana (TVV)
It began test broadcasts on 2 September 1989 under president Joan Lerma, regular broadcasts began on 9 October 1989.
- Nou Televisió – is the first channel of TVV.
- Nou 24 – is the third and news and information channel of TVV.
Ràdio Autonomia Valenciana (RAV)
In July 2012, in the midst 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. Nou TV's last broadcast ended abruptly when Spanish police pulled the plug at 12:19 on 29 November 2013.
- Fabra's failure ends with RTVV. El País, 5 November 2013
- "Spanish workers fight decision to shut regional TV station". Euronews. 7 November 2013.
- The last minutes of NouTV as seen on her homologue catalan TV3.
- "Police evict TV staff in Spain after closure of station". BBC. 29 November 2013.
- "Spanish broadcaster off-air after 24 years of public service as TV boom faces bust". Euronews. 29 November 2013.
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