UCV Satelital

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UCV Satelital
Type Broadcast television
network
Branding UCV Satelital
Country  Peru
First air date
July 15, 2003 (2003-07-15)
Availability Regional (Peru)
Founded July 15, 2003 (2003-07-15)
by Cesar Acuña Peralta
Slogan "Signal that progresses" (2011 on)
"A channel for all" (2003-2009)
Headquarters Victor Larco District, Peru
Owner Cesar Vallejo University
Established July 15, 2003 (2003-07-15)
NTSC 480i (SDTV)
Channel 15 (Trujillo)
Channel 45 (Chiclayo)
Channel 57 (Chimbote)
Channel 49 (Iquitos)
Channel 49 (Piura)
Official website
UCV Satelital
(in Spanish)


UCV Satelital is a Peruvian television network with regular broadcasts since 2003 and belongs to the Cesar Vallejo University. Emits its signal from Victor Larco District of Trujillo city and some programs are in their respective affiliates in other cities of northern Peru.

History[edit]

This channel gets its approval by Ministerial Resolution No 617 - 2002/MTC, signed by Deputy Minister of Communications, Távara José Martín, was awarded to the UCV for permission to install the service channel broadcasting in UHF television commercial. The resolution stated: "To grant the Universidad César Vallejo SAC, authorization and installation permit for a period of ten years, which includes installation and testing period of twelve months, to operate a service station commercial television broadcasting UHF, in the district of Victor Larco, Trujillo province and the department of La Libertad, the same that will air on Channel 49 (UCV / TV)."[1]

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