RedeTV! is a Brazilian television network, owned by Amilcare Dallevo and Marcelo de Carvalho. It is the newest television network, among the five major networks in Brazil, being a relaunch of Rede Manchete in 1999.
RedeTV! has modern production plants, located in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Recife and Fortaleza. RedeTV! is headquartered in the CTD - Centro de Televisão Digital (Digital Television Center, in English), located in Osasco, a suburb of São Paulo, where its news division is based.
Rede Brasil de Comunicação is a radio and TV network linked to Rede Estação that has the president of the João Florentino group.
The station is headquartered in Recife, Pernambuco. Rede Brasil de Comunicação (RBC) forms a cluster of Radio and TV stations connected to IEADPE (Evangelical Church Assembly of God in Pernambuco), under the presidency of Pr. Ailton José Alves.
RBC generates a religious programming (evangelical), journalistic, educational and still makes the transmission of the main events of IEADPE.
RBC-TV currently covers the main cities in the state, the more than 20 radio stations reach the entire state of Pernambuco and neighboring states such as: Paraíba, Alagoas, Bahia among others.
TV Nova is a Brazilian educational television station based in Olinda , but licensed in Recife , respectively the city and capital of the state of Pernambuco . Operates on channel 22 (21 digital UHF ) and is affiliated with TV Cultura.
Founded by Pedro Paulo de Carvalho Neto in 2004, the station is part of the Support Foundation for the Generation, Production, Creation and Dissemination of Radio & TV, which also owns the N2 network, second screen of TV Nova.
Canal 38 programs consists of coverage in the areas of Police, Sport, Interviews, Social, Sertanejo, Missa, Moment of Faith, Roda de Viola, Precinho, disclosure, Public Utilities, Tourism, Politics, Journalism, Videos of daily journalism, whatever you do Interests da população local e regional, covering Apucarana, Arapongas, Astorga, Califórnia, Cambira, Faxinal, Jandaia do sul, Kaloré, Mandaguari, Marialva, Marilândia do sul, Maringá, Mauá da Serra, Rio Bom, Rolândia, Sabáudia, São João do Ivaí, Sarandi, Bom Sucesso, and Cambé. Extending assim more than 1,500,000 inhabitants.
Canal 38 in Apucarana / PR, has been in operation since September 1998. Its first local image was transmitted, the Cathedral Nossa Senhora de Lourdes.