Brazil TV Online Channels

Television started to broadcast in 1950 as TV Tupi was launched. At the begging, TV sets were pretty expensive and not everybody had access to television broadcast. During this period there were established news programs and soap operas. The military offered many advantages and possibilities to citizens because they wanted everybody to watch TV channels. The programming had the purpose to improve the economy and to protect the political information. In 1970, the Brazilian television was encouraged to develop more productions and to give up to foreign programs. By the same year the main programming consisted of soap operas; these were transmitted by the main TV channels from the country, Globo and Tupi TV. Cable television services were introduced in 1995 but here are few people who this services to access TV channels. The main TV channels started to broadcast high definition television in 2007. TV stations are also available via satellite television services and IPTV.
  1. Agromix live programming is dedicated to farmers, ranchers throughout Brazil. It consists of [...]

  2. AllTV began its regular live transmission on 6 May 2002. It was founded by the journalist Alberto [...]
  3. Amazon Sat broadcasted live for the first time in 1988. Its programs are focused on the Amazon [...]

  4. Aperipe TV started its online presence on 31 January 1985. The broadcast is dedicated to the state [...]
  5. ARTV is owned and operated by the Redivo Angelo Foundation. The channel is available terrestrial [...]

  6. Band News TV started its live transmission on 19 March 2001. The channel is owned and operated by [...]
  7. Band TV is owned and operated by Grupo Bandeirante de Comunicacao. The channel features a general [...]
  8. Boa Vontade TV started its live broadcasts in 2000. Boa Vontade stand for Good Will in English. The [...]
  9. Canal Assembleia Bahia is operated by the Paul Jackson Foundation. Its purpose is to promote and [...]
  10. Canal Do Boi went live in 1995. The channel is owned and operated by Sistem Brasilieiro do [...]

  11. Canal Rural broadcasts live from Porto Alegre. The channel is owned and operated by Grupo RBS. [...]

  12. Canal Saude went live in December 2010. The channel is owned and operated by the Oswaldo Cruz [...]

  13. Canal Universitario de Vitoria went live in February 2001. It is available on NET cabl, channel 12 [...]
  14. Cancao Nova began broadcasting live for the first time on8 December 1989. The channel is owned [...]

  15. ClicTV is an interactive web television channel. Most of the broadcasted programs are own [...]
  16. Esporte Interativo began its live broadcast on 20 January 2007. The channel was founded by Top [...]
  17. Faap TV is owned and operated by the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation, a philanthropic [...]
  18. Furb TV programs are aimed to promote and support democratizing knowledge and to encourage citizens [...]
  19. Globo News began its live transmission on 15 October 1996 thanks to the journalist Mary Alice. [...]

  20. GNT began its live transmission in 1991 as a news and information channel. The name stands for [...]
  21. IURD TV was launched live on 1 July 2011. The television channel is being owned and operated by [...]

  22. Kero TV began its live transmission in September 2006. The channel is also known just as KTV. The [...]
  23. NG4TV begin its live broadcast in 2004. The channel is available exclusively on the internet on the [...]
  24. NGT is owned and operated by Nova Generacao de Televisao. The company was founded in 2003 and [...]
  25. Niteroi TV began its live broadcast on 6 August 2009, as a successor of Tupi TV in Niteroi, Rio de [...]
  26. PlayTV went live on 5 June 2006, as a successor of Rede 21. It is owned and run by Gamecorp. The [...]
  27. POATV began broadcasting live on 23 October 1996 as the first community television channel. The [...]
  28. PUC TV Goiás went live on 27 June 2007 as an affiliate to TV Aparecviada. It is available [...]
  29. RBTV is the short name for Rede Brasil de Televisao and began its live transmission in April 2007. [...]
  30. Rede CNT is also known just as CNT. The name stands for Central Nacional de Televisao. It began its [...]
  31. Rede Globo is also known as Globo. It is a Brazilian television station launched in 26 April 1965. [...]
  32. Rede Gospel went live in 1996. The channel is owned an doperated by Igreja Apostolica Renascer em [...]
  33. Rede Record began broadcasting live in 1953. It was founded by Paulo Machado de Carvalho. It is [...]
  34. Rede Super began its live broadcast in 2000. The channel is available in 18 Brazilian states and [...]
  35. Rede TV! Rondonia went live on 14 December 2003. The scheudle consists mostly of local programs like [...]
  36. Rede Uniao is also known as TV uniao and went live in August 1988 as an affiliate to Baneirantes for [...]
  37. Rede Vida began broadcasting live on 1 March 1995. The headquarters are located in Sao Jose do Rio [...]
  38. RIT went on air on August 1999. It is also known as Rede Internacional de Televisao, meaning The [...]
  39. Shoptime went on air on 6 November 1995. The channel is owned by Globosat and The [...]
  40. SporTV went live in 1991, being owned and run by Globosat. The schedule consists exclusively of live [...]
  41. Tele Bahia started its live broadcast in 1997 featuring a 150 square meters studio. It improved to a [...]
  42. Tv ABCD offers a mix of programs. The schedule mostly consists of culture, interviews, entertainment [...]
  43. Tv Aberta Sao Paulo is the succesor of Canal Comunitario de Sao Paulo. Tv Aberta stands for Open TV [...]
  44. TV Alese broadcasted live for the first time on 22 June 2004. The channel was created in order to [...]
  45. TV Apareciba is a Brazilian television station. Its main live broadcasts consists of religous [...]
  46. TV Ark is a local cable television channel for Curitiba, Parana. It is owned and operated by ARK [...]
  47. TV Assembleia began its live transmission on 7 April 2006. Its main objective is to maintain a [...]
  48. TV Bahia is base in Salvador, Bahia. It belongs to TV Bahia Network. TV Bahia is also available in [...]
  49. TV Brasil went live on 2 December 2007, by presidential decree. The TV channel is owned and [...]

  50. TV Caju began broadcasting live on 29 May 2001. The channel is owned and operated by JET Aracaju. It [...]
  51. TV Carajas went on air on 7 September 1998. The channel is owned and operated by SCC - Sistema de [...]
  52. TV Cultura broadcasted live for the first time in 1960. The channel was initially owned by TV Tupi. [...]
  53. TV Espiritualista is owned and operated by the College of the Holy Father Benedict of Umbanda [...]
  54. TV Fortaleza started its live broadcast on 9 March 1999. It is owned and operated by the City of [...]
  55. TV Galega began its live broadcast on 3 March 1997. The television station was founded by journalist [...]
  56. TV Horizonte went on air on 13 August 1998. The channel was founded by the Archidiocese of Belo [...]
  57. TV Jangadeiro began its live transmission on 13 March 1990. The channel is owned and affiliated to [...]
  58. TV Justica went live on 11 August 2002. The channel is non-profit, maganed by the Supreme Court. The [...]
  59. TV Litoral live broadcasts are dedicated to the region Norte Fluminense and the city of Campos dos [...]
  60. TV Meio Norte is available on channel 7 VHF in Sao Luis, Maranhao. The schedule consists mostly of [...]

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