|Launched December 1, 1989|
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Website TVE Internacional
Parasat Cable TV (Philippines) 200
Singtel TV (Singapore) TBA
Dish Network (US) 840
|Owned by Televisión Española|
Sister channel(s) La 1 de TVE, La 2 de TVE
UBI World TV (Australia) 103
Claro TV (Brazil) 205
|Broadcast area Spain (terrestrial)EuropeNorth AmericaLatin AmericaEquatorial GuineaPhilippines|
TV shows Telediario, Cuéntame cómo pasó, Love in Difficult Times, Codigo Emprende, China: A Million Steps Ah
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TVE Internacional is an internationally broadcast Spanish-language channel run by Spain's national broadcaster, TVE. Programming includes a mix of news, discussion-based programmes and drama and documentaries from TVE's La 1 and La 2 Spanish networks. It was launched in 1989. It broadcasts in Spain and worldwide (especially North America, Hispanic Latin America, Western Sahara, Equatorial Guinea and the Philippines).
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Several news bulletins are provided during the day, covering a mixed Spanish and International agenda. Telediario is a bulletin produced for and also broadcast in Spain, simulcast on the international station. However, editions of Telediario Internacional are also produced specially for the channel. A daily showbiz magazine, Gente, is broadcast nightly at 7pm GMT.
A limited number of advertisements are shown on the channel. More usually, network commercial breaks on programmes broadcast live in Spain are covered with a clock and short information films about Spain and its wildlife, although sometimes the advertisements are shown.
In Europe, it is available in the clear on the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13° East. The channel can no longer be seen in Britain and Ireland through the Sky television platform on Eutelsat 33C at 28.5° East. In the Americas, it is available as part of RTVE's Digital Package for America on Hispasat 1C (encrypted). In Asia, it is available on AsiaSat 2 at 100.5° E and PanAmSat 8 at 166° E (both in the clear).