Televisa (Venezuela)

Televisa (Venezuela)

Televisa (Venezuela)

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Televisa (not related with the Mexican television network, Televisa), officially known as the Televisión Independiente, S.A. became the first privately-owned television station to begin operations in Venezuela. It was the second television station to begin operations after the state-owned Televisora Nacional. In 1960, Televisa was purchased by Diego Cisneros and re-branded as Venevisión and became in business' Cisneros family.


On the evening of 4 March 1953, Televisa (call sign YVLV-TV, channel four), began its testing phase. Its creator was the Venezuelan broadcaster, Gonzalo Veloz Mancera.

On 30 March, Televisa was officially inaugurated, and as a result of the respective commercial concession which the national government had assigned the company, according to the second article of the Regalement of Radiocommunications, it opened up the airwaves for other commercial television stations in Venezuela. Televisa transmitted between 4 to 12 p.m.

On 1 July, Veloz Mancera put into place Televisa's regular programming, which remained on the air until mid 1960, when its installations were acquired by the Corporación Venezolana de Televisión, a subsidiary of the Grupo Cisneros.

On Sunday, 9 August 1953, this station broadcasted, for the first time in Venezuela, a horse race, which was narrated by Luis Plácido Pisarello.

In 1956, months...
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