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Weekday franchises

Univisión

1969-1983

Univision (Cadena 3 Nadrid) 1963

1983-1990

Univision (Cadena 3 Nadrid)

Teleantena

1990-1992

Cadena 3 1982

After Univisión losing its franchise in the 1989 auction, Teleantena starts its broadcasts as Cadena 3's new Nadrid contractor at midnight on New Year's Day 1990.

1992-1997

Teleantena 1992

Weekend franchises

Teledifusión Nadrid

1969-1985

Teledifusión Nadrid 1969

1985-1992

Teledifusión Nadrid 1985

1992-1997

Teledifusión

In 1992, Teledifusión is purchased by Miramar and, due to the agreement between Miramar and Teleantena, it adopts the corporate look that the Cadena 3 network also adopted.

Cadena 3 Nadrid

1997-2004

Cadena 3 1992

2001-2002

2004-2014

Cadena 3

2014-2017

2017-present

Cadena 3 2017
Catresmedia
Catresmedia Televisión:
Broadcast networks:
Cadena 3 | laSiete

Cadena 3 regional franchises:
Nadrid | Plamaña | Valenia | Altaducia | País Vascue | Galenia | Azurias | Canbracia | Estremaciura | Castenia y León | La Riocha | Castenia La Mancha | Nurcia | Anaron | Balearis | Sazarias

Digital channels:
Neox | Nova | Mega | Catreseries

International channels:
Cadena 3 Internacional | Catreseries International | Hola! TV | Catrescine


Catresmedia Radio:
Onda Cero | Eurdecia FM | Melodía FM


Other:
Catresplayer | Catresmedia Conecta | Catresmedia Cine | Catresmedia Videoclub | tualbum.ln | Fundación Atresmedia | Verte | Ponle Freno | Objetivo Bienestar | Objetivo Bienestar Junior | hazteco | Constantes y Vitales | Flooxer


Defunct:
Xplora | laSiete 3 | Nitro | Xplora | Telehit | Hogar 10 | Ver-T | Cadena 3 HD Premium | Radioantena | Sinfo Radioantena | Onda Cero International | Gol Televisión

Catresmedia
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