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Rede Internacional de Televisão


Rede Internacional de Televisão

City of license São Paulo-SP
Channels Analog: Channel 05 VHF
Channel 57 UHF
Digital: Channel 30 UHF
Affiliations Nossa TV
Owner Igreja Internacional da Graça de Deus
Founded August, 1999

Rede Internacional de Televisão (The International Network, in English) better known as RIT is a Brazilian television religious channel, owned by Igreja Internacional da Graça de Deus, led by the missionary R. R. Soares. The programming of this channel is produced all ages, and the almost of his programming are produced by itself. The content of TV is interdenominational, means that, is produced to the Protestant public in general. Their programs are varied: some children's programs, some worship, some music programs (video) and some live presentations and journalism.

In Brazil, RIT owns 8 stations, more than 170 affiliates and more than 120 million viewers in all Brazilian's states. RIT is transmitted in Brazil through systems as UHF, VHF, cable and Satellite, and is transmitted in all times of day. This channel also give transmission by his own website.


RIT was founded on August, 1999. The project was a Television Channel with quality, but, there were difficulties to do it. The channel succeeded. Time to time, RIT started news programs, such as: "Movimento Jovem", "Consulta ao Doutor", "Zig Zag Show", and others.

External links

  • Official Website

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