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Acoravisión is a regional television station in the district of Acora, being the first affiliate of Surovisión and owned by Gaceta Media. Acoravisión is also known as the first television station in Surodecia which was launched in outside the capital Borvis.

Universidad de Acora Televisión

1960-1970

In 1960, Acoravisión was launched as Universidad de Acora Televisión, known as an acronym UATV and owned by University of Acora.

1970-1977

TNW 1997

1977-1982

UATV 1977

1982-1987

UATV 1982

Acoravisión

1987-1996

Acoravisión 1987

1996-1999

Acoravisión 1996

In 1996, Acoravisión was acquired by an Acora-based publishing company Empresa Gaceta del Sur.

1999-2004

2004-2011

Acoravisión 2006

2011-present

Acoravisión


Broadcast television networks in Surodecia
Nationwide broadcast major networks:
TVS1 | Red | El Once | Surovisión | Telas | Telenueva

Nationwide broadcast minor networks:
TVS2 | U | Más TV | La Tele | Prima | TVC | Ozteca Surodecia | Telenueva+


Nationwide speciality channels:
TVS24 | TVS Kids | Surovisión Info | Surovisión Xtra | Surovisión Max | Canal Fútbol | NTV | Sportcanal | | El 24 | El Financiero TV


Regional stations:
Borvis: TVS1 | Red | El Once | Surovisión | Telas | TVC | Telenueva | Telequince
Acora: TVS1 | Acoravisión | Surovisión | El Once | Telas | Ozteca Surodecia | Telenueva | Teleacora
Bahía Trama: TVS1 | Bahívisión | El Once | Surovisión | Teletrama | TVT | Telenueva
Santa Fe: TVS1 | Teledos | El Once | Surovisión | Telecuatro | tso | Telenueva
Puerto Gardana: TVS1 | Gardavisión | Telemarina | Teleislas | Teleinter
Perená: TVS1 | Red | Teleciudad | Televin | Telefamilia | Telepe


Defunct:
Red UCS (1959-2004) | Unitel (1992-2011)

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Gaceta Media
Main stockholders:

Gaceta del Sur


Gaceta Televisión:
Red-affiliated stations: Acoravisión | Bahívisión | Teledos
Digital channels: Gaceta TV


Gaceta Radio:

Gaceta Media
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