UCV Television

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UCV Television
UCV TV
Launched October 5, 1957[1]
Owned by Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso)
Audience share no data (May, 2005, [1])
Slogan En familia y en todo Chile
Country Chile
Broadcast area National
Website www.ucvtv.cl
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital ISDB-T Channel 29 (Greater Valparaiso)
Digital ISDB-T Channel 29 (Greater Santiago)
Analog (VHF) Channel 9 (Greater Coquimbo)
Analog (VHF) Channel 4 (Greater Valparaiso)
Analog (VHF) Channel 5 (Greater Santiago)
Analog (VHF) Channel 9 (Temuco)
Analog (VHF) Channel 7 (Villarrica)
Analog (VHF) Channel 8 (Puerto Montt)
Analog (VHF) Channel 3 (Coyhaique)
Cable
VTR TV Canal 10 (Tocopilla)
VTR TV Canal 8 (Calama)
VTR TV Canal 14 (Copiapó)
VTR TV Canal 12 (Rancagua)
VTR TV Canal 21 (Temuco)
VTR TV Canal 9 (Valdivia)
VTR TV Canal 6 (Osorno)
VTR TV Canal 22 (Puerto Montt)
VTR TV Canal 3 (Coyhaique)
Streaming media
ucvtv. cl Señal en Vivo

Corporación de Televisión de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, UCV Television, is the oldest TV channel of Chile. Founded in 1957 (October 5), it currently airs in Santiago on channel 5. Its headquarters are in Viña del Mar, Chile[2] where it broadcasts on channel 4 VHF. Also it owns VHF stations in La Serena (9), Puerto Montt (8) and Cohaique (3). Additionally it covers all of Chile through its satellite signal (Intelsat 1R).

Programming[edit]

Mainly Listed Within 《Es:UCV Televisión#Programas》 & 《Fr:UCV Télévision#Programmes
See also Pt:UCV TV#Programas & It:UCV TV#Principali prorammi

Current Originated Programming[edit]

  • UCV TV noticias
  • Llama y gana
  • En portada
  • Me late
  • Vidas
  • Tocshow
  • Que Pachó
  • De Aquì No Sale
  • País Cultural
  • Esto en noticia
  • Falabella TV

Defunct Originated Programming[edit]

Broadcasting[edit]

Although the station belongs to the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso, its income is totally derived from sponsors and advertising.

It airs news (four live broadcasts a day), TV comedies (Journeyman, My Name is Earl, Bones, Scrubs, American Dad!, Saving Grace), drama: (24, Lost), and World Wrestling Entertainment flagship show WWE Raw, documentaries, infomercials and some low budget entertainment TV shows. Recently it entered into an alliance with Canal 13, re-airing some of Canal 13's produced children's programming like Villa Dulce and others.

It is best known for children's programming El Mundo del Profesor Rossa 1981-1984, Pipirapao 1983-2008, Enetenetu, Pequelandia and others), music video programs (re-airing old Midnight Special shows from 1974-1978, OK 1992-1996, El Galpón 2000-2002), and sports commentary (Show de Goles 1975-2000).

For many years UCV Television had a second signal in La Serena called Canal 8 UCV TV, now operating on channel 9.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Transmisión online de UCV TV, televisión de Chile". Tele aire. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "UCV Television Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso - Chile Television". tv-address. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 

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