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Televisión de Galicia

TVG
Launched 24 July 1985
Owned by CRTVG
Picture format 576i (SDTV 16:9)
Audience share 11.7% (July 2013, VerTele)
Slogan A galega. Xa ves.
("The Galician [one]. You already see.")
Country Spain
Language Galician
Broadcast area Galicia
Worldwide
Headquarters Santiago de Compostela
Sister channel(s) tvG2
TVG Europa
TVG América
Website televisiondegalicia.gal
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital Mux 61 (A Coruña)
Mux 40 (Santiago)
Mux 59 (Lugo)
Mux 62 (Ourense)
Mux 58 (Pontevedra)
Satellite
Digital+ Channel 94
Hispasat 1C 11811 V / 27.500 / 5/6
Hispasat 12052 V / 27.500 / 3/4
Astra 1A 11686 V / 22000 / 5/6
TVCabo Channel 220
Cable
R Channel 77
Bragatel Channel 29
IPTV
ONO Channel 991
Movistar TV Channel 174
Streaming media
Zattoo watch online (Spain only)

Televisión de Galicia (Spanish pronunciation: ; Television of Galicia; abbreviated as TVG), commonly known as A Galega (The Galician [One]), is the primary television channel of Galician public broadcaster Compañía de Radio Televisión de Galicia (CRTVG).

History

TVG went on air for the first time on 25 July 1985, with the short film Mamasunción by Chano Piñeiro. After a test period, which lasted until 29 September 1985, the station began broadcasting regularly with 39 weekly hours of programmes. The station now broadcasts a full 168 hours per week, with almost 70 per cent of its own productions. On 31 December 1996, its international channel started broadcasting in America through satellite, and on 17 May 1997, started offering its complete service via the Internet. Soon afterwards, the international channel started broadcasting in Europe. TVG is also offered in other parts of Spain as well as in Portugal by a number of cable television providers. All broadcasts are open and "free to air" (restrictions may sometimes apply to sporting events).

Location and language

TVG's headquarters are located at San Marcos Studios on the outskirts of Santiago de Compostela. All TVG programming is in Galician, except for commercials, which are sometimes in Spanish.

As a public channel, TVG is subject to Galician law. Its mission is to promote the Galician language and culture, while providing entertainment and quality productions. TVG's directive board is formed by television specialists appointed by the Galician Parliament (representing all the different political groups).

External links

  • Official website (Galician)
  • News website (Galician)
  • TVG's channel on YouTube
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