TV AND RADIO CHANNELS COLOMBIA
Caracol tv - Colombia TV Channel
Caracol Televisión is a Colombian private national television network, owned by Julio Mario Santo Domingo. Founded in 1956 by Fernando Londoño Henao, Cayetano Betancourt, Carlos Sanz de Santamaría and Pedro Navas as a production company. It's a national network since 1998.
Canal RCN - Colombia TV Channel
RCN Televisión is a Colombian private television network. It started as a production company (programadora) in 1967. Since 1998 it became a network by acquiring one of the two licenses granted by the Colombian government (the other Colombian private TV network is Caracol TV).
Señal Colombia - Colombia TV Channel
Señal Colombia is a Colombian national television channel established and funded by the government. Its aim is to broadcast educational and cultural channels that reflect the local culture and tastes of the Colombian population.
Canal Capital - Colombia TV Channel
Canal Capital is a Colombian Television Channel. It broadcasts its programs in Bogotá.
Canal TRO - Colombia TV Channel
Televisión Regional del Oriente (TRO) is a Colombian regional public television network, created in 1997. Its signal reaches Santander and Norte de Santander and broadcasts 18-hours a day from Bucaramanga and Cúcuta.
Telecaribe - Colombia TV Channel
Telecaribe is a regional television network for the Caribbean region of Colombia. The station was set up in the early 1980s in Valledupar, Colombia and was created by a local entrepreneur named Jose Jorge Dangond.
Citytv - Colombia TV Channel
Citytv Bogotá is a local television station in Colombia's capital city. It's owned by the Casa Editorial El Tiempo (CEET), which also owns the main national Colombian daily newspaper El Tiempo, as well as other magazines such as Portafolio, Cambio, Motor and Carrusel.
Telepacífico - Colombia TV Channel
Telepacífico is a Colombian regional public television network, created in 1986 as the city of Cali celebrated its 450th anniversary. It started broadcasting in 1988, with 24 weekly programming hours. It was the third regional network in the country, after Teleantioquia, created in 1985, and Telecaribe, created en 1986.
Gentv - Colombia TV Channel
In December 2005, Caracol TV bought a 25% stake of Miami, Florida television station WGEN-TV. Programming on WGEN includes Colombian and Brazilian telenovelas, a news program produced in Colombia, An Original US Produced variety comedy series entitled La Boca Loca de Paul hosted by Paul Bouche and a local version of Desafío 20.06, a reality show similar to Survivor
Teleantioquia - Colombia TV Channel
Local TV station from Medellin (EAFIT University).
RWC - Colombia TV Channel
General TV station from Santa Marta, Magdalena.
Todelar Radio - Colombia Radio Station
Todelar Radio is a system of radio stations that covers all of Colombia. The base station that governs the transmissions at the national level is called Radio Continental. In the 1970s, two stations (Radio Tequendama and Emisoras Monserrate) marked a milestone in the history of Colombian radio. A personality named Pompin, created by Gonzalo Ayala, was the most memorable disk jockey on the radio.
Caracol Radio - Colombia Radio Station
Caracol Radio (Cadena Radial Colombiana, "Colombian Radio Network") is one of the main radio networks in Colombia. Founded in Medellín in 1948 when La Voz de Antioquia station acquired the 50% of Emisoras Nuevo Mundo, based in Bogotá.
RCN Radio - Colombia Radio Station
RCN stands for Radio Cadena Nacional ("National Radio Network"). It produced Betty la fea, one of the most successful Colombian soap operas. RCN reaches 97% of the Colombian population through 13 stations.
Candela Estereo - Colombia Radio Station
To our listeners, good music, young voices, amused aids and much interaction; To our advertisers, the possibility of taking to the air its ideas, remote from the special participation and point of sale in transmissions of professional soccer, precise concerts, events and Christmas gifts in stere.
Colombia Estéreo - Colombia Radio Station
In 1954 the first military transmitter was inaugurated, under the government of General Red Gustavo Pinilla. In 1978, the BG. Stolen Hernando Vallejo organizes first transmitter móvil(táctica).
Camara 95.9 FM - Colombia Radio Station
Adult Contemporary from Medellin Colombia Emisora Cultural Fundacion Camara de Comercio 95.9 FM.
Munera Eastman 790 AM - Colombia Radio Station
News from Medellin Colombia.
Radioacktiva - Colombia Radio Station
Radioacktiva, el planeta rock (the rock planet) is a Colombian radio station held in Bogotá. It is owned by Caracol Radio group, part of the Spanish media organization Grupo PRISA. In 1989 it performed its first live broadcast in 102.9 F.M dial, programming both rock and pop music. In 1997 it was reopened in the current 97.9 F.M dial, was focused on rock music and was given the wide-known motto Planeta Rock.
Vibra Bogota 104.9 FM - Colombia Radio Station
SECCIONES, Actualidad, Amor y Romance, Cine, Colombia-Info, Col. Destacados, Deportes, Encuestas, Entretenimiento, Entrevistas, Especiales, Fútbol ...