Snowmanview Media Resources

Media Members and Agreagators from around the world

Broadcast Television

 

GENERAL RESOURCES

ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires

Interior of Argentina

BOLIVIA

BRAZIL

National networks

Internet TV

Local TV stations

CANADA

CHILE

  • ABT Televisión Canal 22, Santiago
  • Chilevisión: National broadcast network
  • ITV Patagonia  Punta Arenas XII Región de Magellanes y Antártica
  • Megavisión National broadcast network
  • TVN Government-owned national broadcast network, formally known as Television Nacional de Chile. Includes program schedules, as well as TVN’s international business development.
  • Canal 13 National broadcast network, formally known as Corporacion de Television de la Universidad Catolica de Chile
  • UCVTV  National broadcast network

COLOMBIA

  • CNTV (Comisión Nacional de Televisión)

COSTA RICA

CUBA

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

ECUADOR

EL SALVADOR

GUATEMALA

HONDURAS

MEXICO

Mexico City

  • Canal 52  
  • Canal del Congreso
  • CNI Canal 40, CBS Telenoticias affiliate in Mexico City. Also CNI En Linea
  • Línea 22
  • Televisa Media conglomerate owns national broadcast channels 2 and 5, as well as channels 4 and 9 in Mexico City. Also links to cable networks (ECO, Golden Cinema, Ritmo Son, TeleHit, Telenovelas), radio networks, newspapers, magazines, records, cellular telephone, soccer teams (Necaxa), bullfighting (Estadio Azteca), …
  • TV Azteca National broadcast network, channels 7 and 13 in Mexico City.
  • TV UNAM
  • XEIPN Canal 11, Mexico City

Interior

NICARAGUA

PANAMA

PARAGUAY

PERU

PUERTO RICO

URUGUAY

VENEZUELA

USA (Spanish-language only)

  • Azteca America Spanish-langauge national broadcast TV network
  • Hispanic Information & Telecommunications Network (HITN) (“First and only Spanish-language public tv network in USA”)
  • Hispanic Television Network HTVN
  • Mundo Fox Spanish-language website for broadcast TV network

  • National Latino Communications Center Latino film production group
  • Mun 2 Spanish-language national broadcast TV network

  • Telefutura Spanish-language national broadcast TV network

  • TeleMundo Spanish-language national broadcast TV network
  • Univisión Spanish-language national broadcast TV network
  • Entravision (owners of several Univisión stations in the southwest)
  • KMEX-TV (Spanish-language Univisión station in Los Angeles, CA)
  • KSTS-TV (Spanish-language Telemundo station in San Francisco-San Jose-Oakland)
  • KTMD-TV (Spanish-language Telemundo station in Houston, TX)
  • KVEA-TV (Spanish-language Telemundo station in Los Angeles, CA)
  • KVIA (ABC network affiliate in El Paso/Las Cruces/Cd. Juarez)
  • LTV (music television; Miaim/New York City)

  • T51 (Spanish-language Telemundo station, Fort Lauderdale/Miami FL)

  • T52 (Spanish-language Telemundo station, Los Angeles CA)

  • Telemundo 33 (Spanish-language Telemundo station San Diego, CA)

  • Univision 20 (Spanish-language Univision station Chico-Redding, CA)
  • WSNS 44 (Spanish-language Telemundo station, Chicago IL)
  • WUNI-TV (Spanish-language Univisión station in Worcester-Boston-Providence)

Europa – TELEVISION

 

REGIONAL

ALBANIA

AUSTRIA

BELGIUM

BULGARIA

CROATIA

CZECH REPUBLIC

DENMARK

ESTONIA

FINLAND

FRANCE

GERMANY

GREECE

HUNGARY

ICELAND

IRELAND

ITALY

LATVIA

LUXEMBOURG

MALTA

NETHERLANDS

NORWAY

POLAND

PORTUGAL

ROMANIA

RUSSIA

SLOVENIA

SPAIN

SWEDEN

SWITZERLAND

TURKEY

UNITED KINGDOM

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