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TV Cultura

TV Cultura
Launched September 20, 1960 (original)
June 15, 1969 (relaunch)
Owned by Diários Associados (1960–1969)
Fundação Padre Anchieta (1969–present)
Picture format (SDTV) 480i
(HDTV) 1080i
Slogan 45 anos de história, 45 anos de cultura. (45 years of history, 45 years of culture)
Country Brazil
Broadcast area São Paulo as TV Cultura, and Brazil, through its affiliate stations and broadcast relay stations
Headquarters Sao Paulo, (SP)
Formerly called Rádio e Televisão Cultura (RTC), TV Cultura Canal 2 (C2 Cultura), Rede Cultura
Website www.tvcultura.com.br
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue
Digital
Satellite
Vivo TV Channel 251
Claro TV Channel 26
Oi TV Channel 2
Channel 134
CTBC TV Channel 221
Star One C2 4130 MHz (1020 MHz L-Band), Vertical (SD, Analogue)
Star One B4 3710 MHz @ 14580 ksps, Vertical (HD)
Cable
NET Channel 1 (SD)/Channel 501 (HD) (Santos)
Channel 2 (SD)/Channel 502 (HD) (São Paulo)
Channel 22 (SD)/Channel 522 (HD) (Campinas)
Vivo TV Channel 2
TV Nordeste Channel 29 (Canoas)
Channel 32 (São Luís)

TV Cultura (Portuguese: Culture TV) is a free Brazilian television network headquartered in São Paulo and a part of Fundação Padre Anchieta. It focuses on educational and cultural subjects but also has sports as entertainment options.

History

TV Cultura was founded in 1960 by Diários Associados and Rede de Emissoras Associadas, who also owned TV Tupi. In 1968, the São Paulo State Government bought TV Cultura from Associadas and subsequently donated the channel to Fundação Padre Anchieta ("Father Anchieta Foundation") in 1969. It is currently a private entity that has intellectual, political and administrative independence; the maintaining foundation receives budget from the private investors, responsible not only for TV Cultura, but also its two affiliated radio broadcasting channels, Rádio Cultura AM and Rádio Cultura FM.

See also

External links

  • Official Site (Portuguese)
  • CMAIS
  • TV Cultura on Twitter


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