TVL, originally an acronym for Televisión Latina (English: Latin Television), is a Hisqish Spanish-speaking broadcast television network owned by Unimetro Comunicaciones, one of the largest Spanish-speaking media companies in in the United States of Hisqaida. It started its broadcasts in 1954 for West Vera Cruz, expanding to Bahia Desano in 1965 and reaching all the country in the mid-80s.

Televisión Latina

1954-1955

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1955-1965

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1965-1978

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Telelatina

1978-1993

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1983-1993

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TVL

1993-2001

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2001-2018

2001-2004

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2004-2010

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2010-2018

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2018-present

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Broadcast television networks in Hisqaida
English-speaking major networks:
HBC-TV | ETN | Unine | MBS | TLG

English-speaking minor networks:
HBC Two | Funnix | REN | MyTV | H1 | ITC | FAMtel


Spanish-speaking major networks:
RHTV | Hisqavisión | TVL | SNT

Spanish-speaking minor networks:
Fusión | Antena+ | TeleStra | La 10 | CTE+ | Cadena21


Portuguese-speaking major networks:
STH | Luz | NVT

Portuguese-speaking minor networks:
HTI | Rede 1


Fourth language networks:
Eikaroth-speaking networks: TRIH Enij | ETB
Multicultural networks: W1 | AVTV | SBS | Canale M


Public non-profit services:
RBC | HISAC TV | UNK Media | RTN | Clerenvisão | TVN | RMI Uno | RMI Due


Speciality channels:
HBC News One | RBC News 24 | RBC1 | Antenna D | SportHisqaida | Bravo TV | Net3 | Escape! | SkyHits TV | R | DMAX | Discovery Máx

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