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Cubavision International

Televisión Cubana Internacional
Launched July 26, 1986
Owned by Cuban Institute of Radio and Television
Picture format 480i 4:3 (SDTV)
Slogan Esta es Cuba, esta es su gente
Country Cuba
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Americas, Europe, Northern Africa, Asia and part of Australia
Affiliates teleSUR
Headquarters Havana, Cuba
Website Cubavisión Internacional
Availability
Satellite
NSS 806 Americas 3803 V / 26.860 / 7/8
Hispasat 1D Europe and Northern Africa 96 V? / 11.884? / 3/4?
Astra 1L Europe and Northern Africa 22000 V / 11.5085 / 5/6
Hispasat 1C Europe and Northern Africa 27500 V / 12.092 / 3/4
Asiasat 2 Asia and Australia 4000 V / 28125 / 3/4
Cable
NOS Portugal 222
Streaming media
Cubaweb Watch live

Cubavision International (Spanish: Cubavisión Internacional) is an internationally broadcast Spanish-language channel run by Cuba's national broadcaster, Cuban Television. The channel offers the world a variety of programming, the production of which is entirely Cuban. Among the programming highlights are soap operas, music programs, documentaries on flora and fauna, history of the country and various information and opinion.

Logo of Cubavision International in 1986 to 2005

See also

External links

  • Information System of Cuban Television (Spanish)
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