Radiotelevisió Valenciana

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Radiotelevisió Valenciana SAU
Industry Media
Founded 4 July 1984
Defunct 29 November 2013
Headquarters Valencia, Spain
Products Television, radio
Divisions Televisió Valenciana S.A. (TVV),
Ràdio Autonomia Valenciana S.A. (RAV)

Radiotelevisió Valenciana (Valencian pronunciation: [ˌraði.oteleviziˈo valensiˈana]) was in charge of the broadcasting of television and radio in the Valencian Community in Spain.

Televisió Valenciana (TVV)[edit]

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)[edit]


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.[1][2] Nou TV's last broadcast ended abruptly when Spanish police pulled the plug at 12:19 on 29 November 2013.[3][4][5]


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