ATV On - ATV Sur

ATV On
ATV Sur - 2018 logo (final).png
Slogan The first regional chain in the south of the country
Uniendo al sur
Channel type Open television
Programming Generalist
Owner ATV Group
Operated by Peruvian National Television
country PeruFlag of Peru.svg Peru
Language Español
Foundation November 10, 2011
Start of transmissions November 10, 2011
Signal indicator Arequipa:
OBY-6O
Lima:
OAS-4M
(analog)
125A
(DTT)
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(rescaled to 16: 9 480i for standard channel resolution signal)
Transmission area Peru flag Peru
Location Arequipa flag Arequipa
Replacement of Peru TV
Sibling channels ATV
Global Television
La Tele
ATV +
Availability
Land
Peru flag VHF Channel 9
( Arequipa , Tacna )
Channel 7
( Cusco )
Peru flag UHF Channel 23
( Lima and Callao )
Peru flag TDT Lima and Callao:
Channel 23.1 (HD)
Trujillo:
Channel 4.2 (SD)
Cusco:
Channel 7.1 (HD)
Arequipa:
Channel 9.1 (HD)
Huancayo:
Channel 11.2 (SD)
Piura:
Channel 13.2 (SD)
Chiclayo:
Channel 19.1 (HD )
Cable
Peru flag Claro TV Channel 28 (Analog / Digital)
Peru flag Best Cable Canal 72
Peru flag TeleAmigos Aguaytía:
Channel 20

ATV Sur is a Peruvian broadcast television channel , owned by Grupo ATV . It was launched on November 10, 2011 and broadcasts from Arequipa to the south of the country by open signal and as a national subscription television channel . It is the first television station in the interior of the country to broadcast its signal via satellite. [ citation required ]

History

The idea of ​​founding a television channel by Arequipa businessman Enrique Mendoza Núñez arose in 1984 with the creation of the Compañía de Radiodifusión Arequipa Sociedad Anónima (CRASA), which broadcast its first test signal in February 1986 on channel 8 of the VHF band. Having complied with the requirements of the Law, on August 8 of the same year, it officially began broadcasting under the name Canal 8 Arequipa , to compete with Canal 2 de Arequipa (a subsidiary of Panamericana Televisión ) and Televisión Continental (channel 6, a subsidiary of América Televisión ). It was the first ATV subsidiary in Arequipa until 1998. Therefore, its corporate image was inspired by that of channel 9 in Lima.

In 1994, Channel 8 expanded its coverage in other cities in the south of the country within the UHF band. On February 28, 1996, by a resolution of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MTC), the channel moved to frequency 9 of the VHF band and changed its name to El canal de Arequipa . In 1997, CRASA and Norperuana de Radiodifusión ceased to be ATV subsidiaries, leased the 11 VHF frequency in Lima ( RBC Televisión ) and formed Austral Televisión , a channel that began broadcasting in 1998. However, Austral was dissolved in 2002 due to internal problems .

Thus, in 2003, Arequipa's channel 9 became independent and two years later, on January 31, 2005, it was renamed Peru TV and became the first regional channel to transmit via satellite.

On October 18, 2011, the Mendoza family sold all its shares of the channel to Grupo ATV for S /. 7 million. Days after the purchase was completed, the relaunch of the channel as ATV Sur was announced and it would focus its broadcasts on the south of the country.

On November 10, 2011, the channel officially changed its name to ATV Sur , in a ceremony attended by executives such as Marcello Cúneo and main stars of the ATV Group such as Magaly Medina and Pilar Higashi.

For his part, Enrique Mendoza del Solar, continued as general manager of the television station. In mid-July 2013, Enrique Sifuentes assumed the leadership of ATV Sur as General Manager. [ 1 ]

Own programming

  • New Day News (Morning News)
  • New Day Magazine (Family Entertainment)
  • ATV Sur Noticias (TV Noticias) (Noon and central newscast)
  • Raíces (Folkloric Program)

Logos

See also

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