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  • Starting date : 18/04/1983
  • Cessation place : Lima


  • Canal 9


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Andina de Radiodifusión y Televisión (1983)


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ATV or Andina de Radiodifusión y Television shortly known as ATV, is a Peruvian television network founded in 1969, after unsuccessful attempt on early 1970s and after the political turmoil in Peru the station was closed. A second revival took place in 1984 and since then the station quickly gained Peruvian audience popularity by showing foreign films and broadcasting dramas, usually from Brazil. Until 1991 the station was known as Canal 9 , after its Lima, Peru VHF frequency which still retains.

The station is among the most watched television stations in Peru, the most watched TV show in the channel is Magaly TV hosted by the journalist Magaly Medina a magazine and gossip show, that has fans all over the country, also there is a morning show called "Que Tal Mañana!" hosted by Laura Borlini and comedians Fernando Armas and Hernan Vidaurre, ATV also transmits soap operas such as Pasion de Gavilanes, El Color del Pecado or El Cuerpo del Deseo, news shows include the daily ATV Noticias and El Deportivo and the Sunday's Dia D, folkloric shows are also included like Canto Andino, Movie reviews show called De Pelicula, babies oriented programme "Tu Bebe". It also broadcasts WWE shows RAW and Smackdown and its monthly pay per views.

ATV had the Peruvian broadcasting rights to the FIFA World Cup 2010.


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