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Nou 24

Nou 24
Launched 3 February 2009
Owned by Televisió Valenciana
Country Spain
Headquarters Burjassot
Formerly called 24/9 (2009–2010)
Canal Nou 24 (2010–2013)
Sister channel(s) Nou
Website http://www.rtvv.es/
Availability
Terrestrial
DTTV Alicante: 62 UHF
Castellón: 60 UHF
Valencia: 57 UHF
Streaming media
RTVV Nou 24

Nou 24 (Valencian pronunciation: ) was the third channel launched by Ràdio Televisió Valenciana on 3 February 2009, under the name "24/9".

The channel was dedicated to informative programmes made by RTVV and it could be watched only in the Valencian region via digital terrestrial television. Every 30 minutes, on the hour and at half past the hour, there was an informative programme with the most important news of the day. Between theses informative programmes there also were other programmes about interviews, videos, docs etc.

All programmes were in Valencian, unlike sister channel Canal Nou, which broadcasts in Valencian and Spanish.

In 2010 the channel was renamed Canal Nou 24 and, in October 2013, as part of a group-wide rebrand, its name was shortened to Nou 24.

It was disbanded along with Canal Nou and the whole of Ràdio Televisió Valenciana just one month later after a labor force adjustment plan that sacked the 75% of the company's personnel was nullified by the National Court, making it untenable.[1]

References

  1. ^ Fabra's failure ends with RTVV. El País, 5 November 2013

External links

  • Official website
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