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ViVe


ViVe (Vision Venezuela) is a cultural television network funded by the Venezuelan national government that was inaugurated on November 11, 2003 and whose objective consists of spreading information related to achievements made by Hugo Chavezs political process and the encouragement of Venezuela's culture. Recently, the Venezuelan government has been working towards making ViVes signal be seen in all of the country, by acquiring new equipment, antennas, and adequate installations.

ViVe maintains its goal of showing the work of independent producers, and keeps self-financed productions aimed at showing the realities of Venezuelan people "From the inside", in form of short documentaries with a bare-bones approach, therefore needing little production skills to show un-edited versions of the facts, showed off by their own characters.

ViVe TV started by the guiding hand of Blanca Eekhout, formerly of Catia TVe (A local communitary channel in the neighborhood of Catia in Caracas) and due to her work at ViVe, Mrs. Eekhout earned some time as the president of the bigger state-owned Venezolana de Television. Her staying there, though, was controversial, starting with the implementation of a newer graphical image which most people disliked, and the mellowing of the once combative line of work. Mrs. Eekhout was retired from charge in early 2006, and ViVe TV remains in the hands of her former helping team.

ViVe's address is: Av. Panteon, Foro Libertador, Edf. Biblioteca Nacional, AP-4, Altagracia, Caracas.

Programming

To see what programs are seen on ViVe and the times they come on, click on the following links:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

See also

List of Venezuelan television channels

Asamblea Nacional Television (ANTV)

Avila TV

Buena Television

TeleSUR

Television Educativa

Venezolana de Television (VTV)

External links

Official Site

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