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|Type||Broadcast television network|
|Availability||Caracas (channel 5) and in the rest of Venezuela on DirecTV channel 114|
|Slogan||"El Mundo en un solo canal"|
|Owner||Arzobispado de Caracas|
|Jorge Cardenal Liberato Urosa Savino, President Vale TV
Mons. José de la Trinidad Valera, First Vicepresident
|December 4, 1998|
Vale TV (Valores Educativos Televisión) was formerly a public-owned educational channel in Venezuela called Televisora Nacional. It is currently run by Asociación Civil, a non-profit association that is owned by the Roman Catholic Archbishopric of Caracas (Arzobispado de Caracas) and is supported by the leading private television networks Radio Caracas Televisión, Venevisión, and Televen along with other public and private institutions. Created on December 4, 1998, it is founded on the principle of strengthening Venezuelan morality and cultural and educational awareness.
Vale TV's slogan is "El Mundo en un solo canal". It is seen on channel 5 in Caracas and channels 52, 10, 3, and 114 on Supercable, Intercable, Net Uno, and DirecTV, respectively. With DirecTV, it can be seen in all of Venezuela.
- Official website (Spanish)
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