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Canal 5 Noticias

Canal 5 Noticias (C5N)
Launched August 6, 2007
Owned by Cristóbal López
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country Argentina
Language Spanish (Rioplatense dialect)
Broadcast area Latin America
Headquarters Buenos Aires, Argentina
Website C5N.com

Canal 5 Noticias ("Channel 5 News", also known as C5N) is an Argentine news cable channel. Has been created by the entrepreneur and journalist Daniel Hadad Sold to the Indalo Group, owned by Cristóbal López. C5N began broadcasting on Monday, August 6, 2007 at 07:00 (10:00 GMT).

Current programming

Daily Week schedule

Monday schedule

Tuesday to Friday schedule

Monday to Friday schedule

Monday to Thursday schedule

Friday schedule

11 pm schedule

Weekend schedule

Saturday schedule

According Events
  • Argentina Corre ("Argentina Running")
    • 4 pm: Mini ("Mini")
    • 4:50 pm: Carrera ("Race")
    • 6:20 pm: Premios ("Prizes")
    • 7:10 pm: Desfile ("Parade")
    • 8:30 pm: Recital ("Concert")

Sunday schedule

External links

  • Official website
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