RecordTV Internacional

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RecordTV Internacional
Launched 2002; 16 years ago (2002)
Owned by Grupo Record
Slogan Reinventar é a nossa marca
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area
Headquarters São Paulo (SP)
Formerly called Rede Record
Dish Network (USA)[1] Channel 9799
Comcast (USA) Channel 695
RCN Channel 543
Cablevision Channel 1130
Bell Canada Channel 875
Rogers Canada Channel 937

RecordTV Internacional (or TV Record Internacional) is a pay-TV and free-to-air channel that broadcasts 24 hours via satellite and cable with digital parameters, all in Portuguese. RecordTV Internacional is focused on transmitting programs from RecordTV and Record News, except for independent programs abroad. Present in over 150 countries, RecordTV Internacional is received in the United States, Canada and across Europe. In Europe, Record is the only Brazilian television to be broadcast free of charge, without any subscription payment, in all countries. Transmissions are also sent throughout the African[citation needed] and Asian[2] continents, with emphasis on Portuguese-speaking countries. The network has nine satellite signal distribution channels.[citation needed]

The main offices of the station are located in (United States) New York, Washington, D.C., Miami, (Europe) Lisbon, Madrid, Paris and London.[3]


Country[4] Operator(s) Channel(s)
Angola TV Cabo and Multichoice 11 (515 HD)
Cape Verde None (open) 2, 21, 32 and 35
Japan FiberTV The logotype of RecordTV gives you access to viewing.
Mozambique TV Cabo and DSTV 152 and 709
Portugal Meo, Vodafone and Nos 182 (181 HD), 170 (169 HD) and 171 (177 HD)
Uganda None (open) 42 UHF

See also[edit]


  1. ^ RecordTV Europa. "Como assistir" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2017-12-05.
  2. ^ "Brazil's Rede Record Internacional TV reaches Asia". On Screen Asia. Archived from the original on February 10, 1012.
  3. ^ Record Internacional. "Conheça a empresa" (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 2011-07-15. Retrieved 2017-12-05.
  4. ^ Record Europa. "Como assistir". Retrieved 22 December 2017.

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