FANDOM


Canal 7 de Televisión Cultural y Educativa de Quipaipó

1953-1965

Tca1

Televisión Central de Alacania

1965-1971

CentralTelevisionOfAlacania 1965

Televisión Central de Alacania - Primer Programa

1971-1980

CentralTelevisionOfAlacania 1971

1980-1986

CentralTelevisionOfAlacania 1984

TeleAlacania

1986-1988

Telealacania 1986

1988-1992

Tca

20-25 December 1991 (Televisión de la Libertad Alacamenia)

Televisión de la Libertad Alacamenia 1991

After massive protests, several pro-democracy groups took the channel between December 20 and 25, 1991, during that time this was the logo that was shown intermittently on the screen.

1992-1999

TeleAlacania 1993

After the 1999 referendum held on January 29 and the triumph of the pro-democratic option, the channel stopped broadcasting.

Televisión Nacional Alacamenia - Señal 1

1999

Televisión Nacional Alacamenia UNO 1999

It returned on May 1 of the same year under the name of "Televisión Nacional Alacamenia" in a process of transition of Alacamenian state companies.

Televisión Nova Alacania - Señal 1

2000-2004

TNA1Logo2000

2005

TNA1Logo2005-1

2005-2006

TNA1Logo2005-2

2006-2018

TNA1Logo2006

Televisión Nova Alacania

2018-present

Tnca


Broadcast television networks in New Alacania
Nationwide broadcast networks:
TNA | Marerro TV | Chacovisión | Cronos TV | Yeah | UNA TV

Regional broadcast networks:
Canal 6 Chanyatal | Bahia Calbero TV | Calbero Visión | Guask Televisión | Canal 3 Diogo de Amargo | NTC | Quipaipó Capital | Alacania Televisión


Cable broadcast networks:
Sporting.NA | El Canal de la Musica


Defunct:
TNA2 | Señal de Goles

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