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TuVisión

TuVisión
Type Broadcast
television network
Country United States
Availability Defunct
Owner Pappas Telecasting
Launch date
July 1, 2007
Former names
None
Official website
TuVision.com

TuVisión was an American Spanish-language broadcasting network, which is owned by Pappas Telecasting. TuVisión is a portmanteau of tu ("your") and televisión ("television"). During the latter part of 2007, Pappas hired Moelis & Company to develop long-term objectives to identify which television assets it should retain.[1] In 2008, several affiliates filed for Chapter 11 protection.[2] and TuVisión ceased broadcasting in 2009.

History

TuVisión began operations on July 1, 2007,[3] after Pappas dropped the Azteca America network from the Spanish-language stations that Pappas owned. The only exception was Los Angeles' KAZA-TV, which remains with Azteca América, as Pappas has a contract to show Azteca América through December 2012.[4][5]

Programs

The main programs of TuVisión are Dueña y Señora (Puerto Rican telenovela), Alma Gemela (Brazilian telenovela), The Johnny Canales Show (Music) Marta Susana (Guatemalan show) and Paparazzi TV (American show).

References

  1. ^ Retrieved: 2010-04-01.Firm Hired to Help Restructure Pappas Telecasting
  2. ^ Retrieved: 2010-04-01.PAPPAS TELECASTING ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT CERTAIN AFFILIATES HAVE FILED FOR CHAPTER 11 PROTECTION
  3. ^ Retrieved: 2010-04-01Pappas Telecasting Launches “TuVisión” Network
  4. ^ Retrieved: 2010-04-01.KAZH-TV to lose Azteca America affiliation
  5. ^ Retrieved: 2010-04-01.Azteca America Closes 5-Year Pact With Pappas Telecasting

External links

  • Retrieved: 2010-04-01.Pappas Telecasting Companies
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