TV and radio channels Spain

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Televisión Española - Spain TV Channel
Televisión Española (Spanish television): public service broadcasting network, with both public and commercial financing. The first broadcast was in October 28, 1956, retaining the monopoly of nation-wide transmission until 1989 (some regional public service networks were launched in the early 80s).

TVE1 - Spain TV Channel
TVE1 referred to as La Uno or The One (and until September 30, 2007 as La Primera or The First) in Spain is a television channel operated by Spanish national broadcaster TVE.

TVE2 - Spain TV Channel
TVE2, commonly known as "La 2" ("La Dos") (literally, The Two), is Spain's second state-owned television channel for the public broadcasting service. Its first broadcast was on November 15, 1966.

Canal 24 Horas - Spain TV Channel
Canal 24 Horas (24 Hour Channel) is TVE's 24-hour news channel. Having launched on Monday, September 15, 1997, it is Spain's first news and information channel. Since January 27, 1999, it competes with privately owned CNN Plus.

Antena 3 - Spain TV Channel
Antena 3 : One of the nation-wide private television networks that received a broadcasting licence in 1989. Antena 3 airs general programs such as news, movies, reality shows, sport events and quizzes.

Telecinco - Spain TV Channel
Telecinco - One of the nation-wide private television networks that received broadcasting license in 1989. Telecinco airs general programs such as news, movies, reality shows, sport events and quizzes.

Cuatro - Spain TV Channel
Cuatro - Replaced Canal+ Spain after the end of its terrestrial analogue broadcast in November 7, 2005. Cuatro, owned by Sogecable, airs general programs such as news, movies, documentaries, reality shows, sport events and quizzes.

La Sexta - Spain TV Channel
La Sexta : The last nation-wide private station, owned by the Mexican corporation Televisa and several Spanish production companies. It started to broadcast in in March 2006. It was born with some technical limits, since its analogue broadcast covered, at the most, 85% of the Spanish population.

CNN+ - Spain TV Channel
CNN+ (CNN Plus) is a Spanish 24-hour television news channel launched in 1999 by Sogecable and Turner Broadcasting. The channel is based in Spain.


Fly Music - Spain TV Channel
Fly Music is a Spanish television channel broadcast in Spain. The channel broadcasts a range of music videos and profiles of artists throughout the day during named strands. Examples of these strands include Fly Box, Fly Top and D-Club.

Teledeporte (TDP) - Spain TV Channel
Teledeporte (TDP) is a sports channel owned by TVE. Teledeporte launched on 14 February 1994 through Hispasat. It was the second sports channel to launch in Spain, after Eurosport and before Sportmanía, Canal+ Deporte and Telecinco Sport.

Antena.nova - Spain TV Channel
Antena.nova is a Spanish television channel run by Antena 3. The network runs 24 hours a day in the Spanish language. The service is aimed at women and the schedule reflects that.

Clan TVE - Spain TV Channel
Clan TVE is a children's TV channel from the Spanish public service broadcaster RTVE. Until 1 January 2007 it had time-shared with TVE 50 Años which has since closed. The service now broadcasts 24 hours a day.

Antena.neox - Spain TV Channel
Antena.neox is a Spanish television channel run by Antena 3. Generally the channel shows children's programming during the morning and late afternoon, extreme sports and motoring during the day, and films and series during the night.

Canal Docu TVE - Spain TV Channel
Canal Docu TVE is a documentary channel owned by TVE since 1992.

TeleHit - Spain TV Channel
TeleHit is a Mexican cable/satellite television network. Its main programing is music and music videos. It is a network of Televisa and is also available in various countries in Latin America, United States and it was available in Spain.

Canal Sur - Spain TV Channel
Canal Sur ("South Channel") is part of Radio y Televisión de Andalucía (RTVA), the public broadcasting company of Andalusia, Spain. It was created by means of the devolved powers given to this region by Act of Parliament by its statute of autonomy.

Aragón Televisión - Spain TV Channel
Aragón Television is a regional television channel owned by Televisión Autonómica de Aragón S.A. Aragón Television began broadcasting tests at the beginning of December 2005.

IB3 - Spain TV Channel
IB3 is a Spanish television channel available in the Balearic Islands. IB3 began test transmissions before launch on 1 March 2005, the first regular broadcast began on 5 September 2005.

Televisión Canaria - Spain TV Channel
Televisión Canaria is an autonomous television network for the Canary Islands. The creation of the channel arose in the 1980s with promulgation of the law 8/1984 of the autonomous region of Canaries relating to Broadcasting and Televisión Canaria.

Castilla-La Mancha Televisión - Spain TV Channel
Castilla-La Mancha Televisión (CMT) is the public regional channel of the autonomous region of Castile-La Mancha (Spain).

TV Canaria 2 - Spain TV Channel
TV Canaria 2 or ¡2! is an exclusive channel available on Digital Terrestrial Television (TDT) in the Canary Islands.

Canal 300 - Spain TV Channel
300 is a public television channel operated by Televisió de Catalunya, launched in November 28, 2005 only in DTT as part of TVC's five channel DVB-T multiplex.

K3 - Spain TV Channel
K3 is a public television channel operated by Televisió de Catalunya which is available in analogue and DDT in Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencia, Andorra, Northern Catalonia and partly in Aragón.

8TV - Spain TV Channel
8TV– 8 Televisió is a Catalan-language private TV station based in Barcelona (Catalonia - Spain) and run by Emissions Digitals de Catalunya.

TV3 - Spain TV Channel
TV3 is the name of Catalonia's first public television channel. It belongs to Televisió de Catalunya (Catalan Television), a subsidiary of the CCRTV.

Telemadrid - Spain TV Channel
Telemadrid is the first autonomous television station of Madrid and the fifth national station, after those of Catalonia, Euskadi, Galicia and Andalusia.

LaOtra - Spain TV Channel
LaOtra ("The Other") is the second television channel from Telemadrid in Spain. Launched in 2001, the channel broadcast a range of cultural programming including music and art. After a restructuring in 2006, it now also broadcasts children's programming, news and information from Madrid, history documentaries, sport, film and entertainment programming.

7 Región de Murcia - Spain TV Channel
7 Región de Murcia (7RM) is an autonomous television channel for the Region of Murcia, Spain. It is owned by Televisión Autonómica de Murcia, S.A. (TAM, S.A.)

Digital+ - Spain TV Channel
Digital+ is a Spanish satellite platform who offers a variety of channels, national and international and pay per view films and football, known as "Taquilla". It is a subdivision of Sogecable, and was founded in July 23, 2003 as a result of the merger of Via Digital (owned by Telefónica) and Canal Satélite Digital (owned by Sociedad de Television Canal Plus S.A.).

Canal+ - Spain TV Channel
Canal+ is a Spanish pay television channel, launched in September 1990 on terrestrial television frequencies. The channel is operated by Sogecable. The main staples of Canal+ are Spanish football and recent movies.

Canal Clásico - Spain TV Channel
Canal Clásico (Classical Channel) is a Spanish television channel owned by TVE. The service is currently only available on Digital+.

Radio Nacional de España - Spain Radio Station
Radio Nacional de España (RNE) (National Radio of Spain) is Spain's national public radio service. Since 1973 it has formed part of Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE), the corporation responsible for the indirect management of the Spanish public radio and television service and which also includes Televisión Española (TVE).

COPE - Spain Radio Station
COPE (Cadena de Ondas Populares de España, roughly translated as People's Radiowaves of Spain Network) is a private, commercial, Spanish radio network owned by a series of institutions within the Spanish Catholic Church.

Cadena SER - Spain Radio Station
Cadena SER (Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión - Spanish Society of Radio) is the principal radio station in Spain covering news, sports, talk shows and culture. Cadena SER belongs to Unión Radio.

Los 40 Principales - Spain Radio Station
Los 40 Principales is the main musical radio station in Spain with more than 3,000,000 listeners. The station was founded in 1966 and in 2006 the station celebrated its 40th anniversary.

Cadena Dial - Spain Radio Station
Cadena Dial is a Spanish radio station based in Sevilla. The station belongs to the Spanish Media Group PRISA. It was founded in 1988 and emits exclusively Spanish music.

M80 Radio - Spain Radio Station
M80 Radio is a radio station in Spain and Portugal dedicated to 70th, 80th and 90th musical epoch. The station began the emission in 1993 and is owned by Grupo PRISA.

Tenerife Local Radio - Spain Radio Station
Tenerife Local Radio (FM) (TLR FM or TLRFM) is a radio station in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. TLR sends non stop music to Tenerife, and also makes it available via the Internet.

Catalunya Ràdio - Spain Radio Station
Catalunya Ràdio is Catalonia's public radio network. It is part of the Catalonian Broadcasting Corporation (CCRTV), owned by the Generalitat de Catalunya. Catalunya Ràdio broadcasts exclusively in Catalan and is the major Catalan-language network today, although RNE's Ràdio 4 was the first post-war station to broadcast in Catalan.

ETB - Spain Radio Station
ETB (also EiTB) is short for Euskal Irrati Telebista (Basque Radio-television), the name of the Basque Country's public broadcast service. The EiTB group is the leading media group in the Basque Country with four television channels and five radio stations.