Radio y Televisión de Andalucía

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Radio y Televisión de Andalucía
Type Broadcast radio and television
Country Spain
Availability Andalucía, Ceuta, Melilla, Gibraltar
Also received in part areas of: Portugal & Morocco
Headquarters San Juan de Aznalfarache, Seville
Owner Junta de Andalucía
Key people
José Moratalla Molina (President)
Launch date
Affiliation FORTA
Official website

Radio y Televisión de Andalucía (RTVA) is a public radio and television broadcaster in Andalusia, Spain.

About RTVA[edit]

The Radio y Television de Andalucia (RTVA) is a provider of radio and TV in the south of Spain. It is a corporate public agency belonging to the Government of Andalucia (Junta de Andalucía). Its beginnings go back to the end of 1988 and to the 28 th February 1989, when Canal Sur Radio and Canal Sur Televisión started broadcasting, respectively.

RTVA began satellite broadcasting in February 1996.

From that date on, until the end of 1998, new branches of the company have been formed such as Canal 2 Andalucía (now named Canal Sur 2), the second terrestrial television channel; Andalucía Televisión (trademark name of the satellite broadcasting), Radio Andalucía Información, Canal Fiesta Radio and the Fundación Audiovisual de Andalucía.




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