Indeed, for the history of television in Surodecia we must look at the Pacific countries (Ecuador, Peru, Chile) for some inspiration. That and Argentina because of the way regional television is arranged.
Oh and more important things like parties, presidents, etc.
According to a Google Drive document kept by DonOnce and Gineki, Surodecia has the same number of cases as Venezuela, so it went from a prodigy in maintaining the virus to chaos. Rencuesia, though, has Ecuador's numbers.
I was just using ads as a source of inspiration, I watched a few Telesistema (now RTS) ad breaks a couple days ago and thought to myself of we should adapt to, say, Nueva (because Albavisión) but using its own graphics instead.
So for the most part we must improvise the graphics.
Basically I found these promos but I guess we should divide them among networks. And since it was common for channels to relay from TVL in the early 90s, I guess RED Televisión should have that privilege (inspired by RTU Chile).
I'm kinda representing Surodecia because of the long periods of inactivity you had at the time.
We need your help for the list of presidents and the like, wasn't there a list for that?
And we need to review the channel frequencies for each cities.
By the way, I negotiated with Vengatio1 and your country (yous and mine?) now has Ecuador's anthem. I had to rewrite the canon of Montasia and Arandia's TV just to be more "realistic" (Arandia is still Panamá with some elements of the Dominican Republic) because what I made back in 2017 was cringe :D
Only now I realized that there is already an RTU in Surodecia (RTU Media) that only owns a handful of local television stations. I was thinking of a "disguised RTU" for a Latinolian channel list I might make one day *cough* Vomistar *cough cough* the same way there's no Crónica TV in Cisplatina but Cronos TV in New Alacania.
The Cablevisión channel list is adapted from TVCable Ecuador.
In this case, some of the old logos for Eikarer and Zimmerman as well as the old ones for the National and Liberal parties. And probably also for the Eusloidian People's Front (inspired by some far-right/populist parties) and Five Up Late.
DonaldoC1997 wrote: In this case, some of the old logos for Eikarer and Zimmerman as well as the old ones for the National and Liberal parties. And probably also for the Eusloidian People's Front (inspired by some far-right/populist parties) and Five Up Late.