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RTP Madeira

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RTP Madeira

RTP Madeira
Launched October 1, 1972
Owned by Rádio e Televisão de Portugal
Picture format Resolution:
576i (PAL)
Aspect Ratio:
4:3 most of the time
16:9 in select events, such as, movies, documentaries and international programming
Slogan Mais perto (Closer)
Country Portugal
Broadcast area Madeira
Headquarters Funchal
Sister channel(s) RTP1
RTP Memória
Digital Channel 3
ZON Madeira Channel 1
MEO Satélite Channel 17
ZON Madeira Channel 1
MEO Channel 17

RTP Madeira is a regional Portuguese television channel operated by the Rádio e Televisão de Portugal. It is broadcast in the Madeira Islands and via cable and satellite in the Azores Islands. RTP Madeira serves as a regional opt-out to the national public television channel, RTP1.

RTP Madeira started broadcasting in October 1972.

External Links

  • RTP Madeira Live Stream on RTP Play
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