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UCV TV (1957)

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Corporación de Televisión de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, UCV TV, is the oldest TV channel of Chile. Founded in 1957 , it currently airs in Santiago on channel 5. Its headquarters are in Viña del Mar, Chile where it broadcasts on channel 4 VHF. Also it owns VHF stations in La Serena , Puerto Montt and Cohaique . Additionally it covers all of Chile through its satellite signal .

Although the station belongs to the Universidad Católica de Valparaíso Pontifical University, its income is totally derived from sponsors and advertising.

It airs news , TV comedies , drama: , and World Wrestling Entertainment flagship show WWE Raw, documentaries, infomercials and some low budget entertainment TV shows. Recently it entered into an alliance with Canal 13, re-airing some of Canal 13's produced children's programming like Villa Dulce and others.

It is best known for children's programming El Mundo del Profesor Rossa 1981-1984, Pipiripao 1983-2008, Enetenetu, Pequelandia and others), music video programs (re-airing old Midnight Special shows from 1974-1978, OK 1992-1996, El Galpón 2000-2002), and sports commentary (Show de Goles 1975-2000).

For many years UCV TV had a second signal in La Serena called Canal 8 UCV TV, now operating on channel 9.

See also List of Chilean television channels


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