Vradivisión is a Vradivan television network owned by Kalandian media company RCK Media along with its Catalan-speaking counterpart Tuijo. It airs news, entertainment, sports, Eurdecian movies, and series.

The TV network was launched on April 30th, 2019.

Televisión Nueva Vrádiva

2018 (proposal)

On December 25, 2018, RCK Media opened its office in the Vradivan Islands and has announced that would launch a TV network in the Vradivan Islands as part of its global expansion, it was called Televisión Nueva Vrádiva (Television New Vradiva), but it was delayed until 2019 due to some reasons. RCK Media's decision was partly due to the government of the Vradivan Islands' ban on Atlansian TV programs, lifted in 2018, and something the channel wanted to circumvent. Also, all Atlansian companies aren't allowed to do anything in the country. One of the country's largest TV networks ATV is controlled by a group of social democrats and no liberals control TV networks.




The RCK Media's proposal name was changed to Vradivisión in January 2019. The channel was launched on April 30th, 2019.

Broadcast television networks in the Vradivan Islands
Nationwide broadcast networks in Spanish:
TV Mundo | ATV | Canal 25 | Tele5 | UBTV | Vradiva Now Español | Vradivisión

Nationwide broadcast networks in Japanese:
C24 | Yamahoro One | Yokoyako Two | Vradiva Now Japanese | SHS | Juu

Nationwide broadcast networks in French:
GTR | FTR | Alle

Nationwide broadcast networks in Arabic:
Al'amal | Tele6 | Alerby | Vradiva Now Arab

Nationwide broadcast networks in Catalan:
Tele34 | Tele8 | VISCA | Tuijo

Nationwide broadcast networks Multilingual:
UBTV2 | Vradiva Now Catalan and French

Broadcast networks in Pacifican:
Nationwide: CPTV1 Pazifikian Community: CPTV2 | CPTV3 | CPBH | CP24h | UPTV | Cgska | ITV

Cable broadcast networks:
Mayonaka | SMD | Horizonte | Mundo+ | SMN

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