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TVS (Venezuela)

TVS is a Venezuelan regional television based in the city of Maracay, Aragua State.


Permission was granted to create TVS in the year 1993. By the middle of March of 1994, TVS officially went on the air. On January 18, 2004, Alfredo Morales and Carlos Lathosesky, reporters for TVS, were attacked during an opposition protest in Maracay. Fortunately they were not killed. On March 28, 2006, Filippo Sindoni, founder of TVS, was kidnapped. He was killed shortly thereafter.


You can see TVS's program chart at: http://www.tvs.net.ve/programacion.html. For those who can't read in the Spanish language, "Horario" is the timing, "Lunes" is "Monday", "Martes" is "Tuesday", "Miercoles" is "Wednesday", "Jueves" is "Thursday", "Viernes" is "Friday", "Sabado" is "Saturday", and "Domingo" is "Sunday".

See also

List of Venezuelan television channels

External links

Official Site

Empresas Sindoni

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