La Red (Chilean TV channel)

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La Red
La Red Logotipo.svg
Launched 12 May 1991[1]
Owned by Albavisión
Picture format SDTV 480p
Slogan Na' que ver
Country Chile
Broadcast area National
Headquarters Avenida Quilín #3750, Macul
Formerly called RED Televisión (1999-2009)
La Red (1991-1999)
Sister channel(s) Telecanal
Analog (VHF) Canal 5 (Greater Iquique)
Analog (VHF) Canal 7 (Greater La Serena)
Analog (VHF) Canal 2 (Greater Valparaíso)
Analog (VHF) Canal 4 (Greater Santiago)
Analog (VHF) Canal 6 (Rancagua City)
Analog (VHF) Canal 13 (Greater Concepción)
Analog (VHF) Canal 2 (Valdivia City)
Analog (VHF) Canal 13 (Osorno City)
Analog (VHF) Canal 6 (Puerto Montt)
VTR TV Canal 18 (Greater Iquique)
VTR TV Canal 10 (Copiapó City)
VTR TV Canal 5 (Greater La Serena)
VTR TV Canal 3 (Los Andes City)
VTR TV Canal 19 (San Fernando)
VTR TV Canal 18 (Greater Concepción)
VTR TV Canal 20 (Greater Temuco)
VTR TV Canal 20 (Valdivia City)
VTR TV Canal 20 (Puerto Montt)
Streaming media Señal en Vivo

La Red, also known as La Red Chilena de Televisión, is a private television channel in Chile. It began broadcasting on 12 May 1991, as the second private television station in Chile, after Mega.



  • Así Somos - Night talk show programme
  • Mujeres Primero - Early breakfast Talk Show
  • Mañaneros - Enhanced breakfast Talk Show
  • Intrusos - Enhanced Showbiz and Variety programme


See also Pt:La Red#Programas & De:La Red#Die wichtigsten Sendungen


The channel was owned by several companies, such as TV Azteca[2] and Copesa,[3] before being sold to Mexican businessman Remigio Ángel González. The channel was called Red Television (Network Television) for about ten years until 2009, before being reverted to its original name in 2009. It mainly airs Hollywood blockbusters (especially in primetime). It is also the TV station that broadcast the local version of the popular "Big Brother" and WWE shows like WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown.

In audience share, it currently ranks fifth behind TVN, Canal 13, CHV, and Mega.


  1. ^ "La Red - TV live from Chile". TV LIVE 32. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "TV Azteca to buy stake in La Red". Retrieved 30 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "TV Azteca lands 75% of La Red". Retrieved 30 January 2016. 

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