RTP1 is the first television channel of Rádio e Televisão de Portugal. RTP1 has a variety of programs, composed mainly of news and talk-shows, sports, current affairs, national and international fiction, such as films and TV series.
It is one of the most watched television networks in the country.
RTP3 is a Portuguese news themed television channel owned by the public corporation Rádio e Televisão de Portugal .
Information occupies most of the space on the television grid, with regional information having a strong presence. In addition to news programs, RTP3 also broadcasts informative magazines and debates on current affairs, introducing the nation's less mediated protagonists.
The programs are intended to be alternative and aimed at a specific cable television audience, due to the lack of content on DTT . It is aimed at a demanding audience, having a young line of entertainment with a special focus on music, society and sports. Despite the fact that RTP is a Portuguese state company, the channel is not considered a public service television channel (but rather a channel of Public Interest), as well as RTP Memoria .
RTP Açores is a Portuguese regional television channel operated in the Autonomous Region of the Azores by the national broadcaster, RTP (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal).
The channel began broadcasting programmes produced at its studios in Ponta Delgada on 10 August 1975.
RTP - Açores providing programs including Arts and culture, Children's, Entertainment, Magazine, Music, News & Current Affairs, Sports and more.