Telefuturo

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Not to be confused with TeleFutura.
Telefuturo
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Launched August 12, 1964; 52 years ago (1964-08-12)
Owned by A.J. Vierci Group
Slogan Somos (we are)
Broadcast area Paraguay
Headquarters Asunción, Paraguay
Website www.telefuturo.com.py
Availability
Terrestrial
Local VHF
Paraguay

Channel 4 (Asunción and Gran Asunción)
Channel 5 (Encarnación)
Channel 5 (San Ignacio)
Channel 6 (María Auxiliadora)
Channel 9 (Concepción)
Channel 10 (Coronel Oviedo)
Channel 10 (Mariscal Estigarribia)
Channel 12 (Pilar)
Channel 12 (Vallemí)
Channel 12 (San Pedro)
Channel 13 (Juan E. O'Leary)
Channel 14 (Ciudad del Este)
Channel 14 (Pedro Juan C.)

Channel 14 (San Estanislao)
Satellite
DirecTV Channel 186
Claro TV Channel 19
Cable
Multicanal Channel 7
Cablevisión Canal 7

Telefuturo, sometimes known as Canal 4, is a Paraguayan television network. The station operates between 66 and 72 MHz in Asunción, and reaches almost the entire population of Paraguay. Telefuturo's coverage reaches almost all the Región Oriental, where approximately 97% of the population of Paraguay lives. Since its inception it maintained a steady growth and currently has 14 repeaters.

Programming[edit]

News[edit]

  • Día a Día
  • Meridiano Informativo
  • Telediario
  • La Lupa

Sports[edit]

  • Telefútbol
  • Coche a la Vista
  • El Deportivo
  • Fútbol a lo Grande TV

Variety[edit]

  • Vive la Vida

Entertainment[edit]

  • Yo me Llamo
  • Baila Conmigo Paraguay
  • Telembopi

Events from Telefuturo[edit]

Miss[edit]

  • Miss Universo Paraguay

Sports[edit]

Former

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