Instituto Nacional de Radio y Television
The Instituto Nacional de Radio y Television (Inravision) was Colombia's national public broadcasting organization between 1964 and 2004. It was created by Decree 3267 of 20 December 1963, which declared that from 1 April 1964 the country's public radio and television broadcasting service would be provided by Inravision, "a public company with financial, administrative, and legal autonomy".
Inravision was wound up during the first administration (20022006) of President Alvaro Uribe Velez in consequence, according to the government, of the company's growing pension liabilities, its technological backwardness, and the failed financial state of the state-owned, but privately-run, Canal Uno.
It was succeeded by Radio Television Nacional de Colombia (RTVC).
Instituto Nacional de Radio y Television INRAVISION
Inravision, Web Archive
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