Rede Tupi

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Rede Tupi (Network Tupi, known as Tupi TV Channel 3 and Tupi TV Channel 6 during its early years, later Tupi TV 3, Tupi TV 6 in the 1960s, Network Tupi Channel 4 in Sao Paulo, Network Tupi Channel 6 Rio De Janeiro in the 1970s) or TV Tupi was the first television network in South America. The network was owned by Diários Associados or Diários e Emissoras Associadas, who formed the Rede de Emissoras Associadas. Rede Tupi was founded and launched on September 18, 1950 by Assis Chateaubriand in São Paulo, initially broadcasting on TV Tupi Canal 3 (Tupi Television Channel 3), whose first broadcast was on September 20 that year. Rede Tupi was later broadcast on Channel 4 (in 1960, as Tupi Television 4) after the inauguration of TV Cultura (Culture TV), Channel 2, Rede Associada (Associated Network), also a TV Station from Associadas. Their competitors were Rede Record, Channel 7, since 1953, and Rede Exclesior (Network Exclesior), which had Sao Paulo as its headquarters, and was broadcast then in the city on Channel 9 and in Rio on Channel 2, even through it was nine years younger than Tupi.

In Rio de Janeiro, TV Tupi was broadcast on Tupi Channel 6, and had its own station and studios there. In Brasília, TV Tupi was retransmitted by TV Brasília on Channel 6. In Salvador, TV Tupi was retransmitted by TV Itapoan, on Channel 5. Other TV Stations were formed by the Rede de Emissoras Associadas (Associated Broadcasters Networks), all Tupi affiliates and directly operated...
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