Telecorporación Salvadoreña

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Telecorporación Salvadoreña
Type private
Branding TCS
Country El Salvador
Availability TDT
Channel 2
Channel 4
Channel 6
Channel 35
Launch date
December 7, 1965
Official website

Telecorporación Salvadoreña (TCS) is a television network in El Salvador.

Telecorporación Salvadoreña is a group of local television stations formed by channels 2, 4, 6, and VTV (channel 35). Most of the time each channel has an independent programming schedule, but the channels do share limited programming and simulcasts, particularly on weekday mornings. When linked together, the network name (Telecorporación Salvadoreña) is used instead of the channels' individual names (2, 4 , and 6).

Besides the four television stations, TCS also has two radio stations: VOX FM Vox FM Web Site and Que Buena Que Buena Web Site

Telecorporación Salvadoreña main and newly released Web Site is, where one can find over 15,000 video clips about Salvadoran news.


Telecorporacion Salvadoreña's shows include:


On June 1, 2008 Salvadoran Telecorporación create an alliance with DirecTV where in Channel 429 of Telecentro, DirecTV is the one in charge to transmit all the national programs of TCS in the United States and Canada.

This is one of the passages for the internationalization of the television transmitter but important of El Salvador, another one of the plans to future that it has TCS is to inaugurate the live signal of the 4 channels of the television transmitter in its Internet page.

The alliances on which it counts TCS, are another one of the factors that contribute to the exchange of information and variety of programming on which it counts. The strategic alliances that the television transmitter owns are:

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