Rede de Emissoras Independentes

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Rede de Emissoras Independentes
Type Free-to-air television network
Country Brazil
First air date
September 14, 1969 (1969-09-14)
Slogan
  • Rede de Emissoras Independentes, unindo o Brasil inteiro através de suas emissoras
TV stations
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
São Paulo, São Paulo
Owner João B. do Amaral, Paulo Machado de Carvalho and Silvio Santos
Parent SBT
Dissolved November 9, 1989 (1989-11-09)
Picture format
480i (PAL-M)
Language Portuguese

Rede de Emissoras Independentes (in English: Independent Broadcasters Network) or REI, was a Brazilian television network founded in 1969, as successor to the "Emissoras Unidas". Inaugurated on September 14, 1969, it was a network initially led by TV Record (São Paulo), TV Rio (Rio de Janeiro) and TV Alvorada (Brasilia); after 1976, it was led by TV Record of São Paulo and TVS of Rio de Janeiro. It was the largest television network in Brazil, currently the Globo Network.[1]

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  1. ^ A TV BRASILEIRA EM 1979. Fernando Morgado. 2008. Retrieved 16 November 2017.