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The '''Radio and Television from Guanabara''' (Rádio e Televisão da Guanabara [[w:Portuguese|Portuguese]]), commonly abbreviated as '''RTG''', is the predominant stated-own television broadcaster in the [[Guanabara]]. '''RTG''' has a network of 2 channels (RTG 1 and RTG 2) broadcasting different programmes and is accessible to more than ten million viewers. Most of its programmes are a mixture of sports, news, documentary, social education, comedy, entertainment, and drama.
  
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It has the largest audience of [[Guanabara]] being ahead of the [[Grupo Nova]].
  
The '''Radio and Television from Guanabara''' (Rádio e Televisão da Guanabara [[w:Portuguese|Portuguese]]), commonly abbreviated as '''RTG''', is the predominant stated-own television broadcaster in the [[Guanabara]]. '''RTG''' has a network of 2 channels (RTG 1 and RTG 2) broadcasting different programmes and is accessible to more than ten million viewers. Most of its programmes are a mixture of sports, news, documentary, social education, comedy, entertainment, and drama.
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==History==
  
It has the largest audience of [[Guanabara]] being ahead of the [[Grupo Nova]].
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The inauguration took place on February 1, 2019, at 20:00 (local time) on RTG 1 (TV Channel) and 1FM (Radio). The first broadcast was a live event. A friendly football match between the [[Guanabara National Football Team]] and the [[RUPA National Football Team]]. The match marked the first victory of the "Seleção Carioca" (1 - 0 ) in their second game as a professional and in the first game held inside the '''Guanabara''', at the [[Arena Cachambi]], in [[Rio de Janeiro]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:05, 21 November 2019

Rádio e Televisão da Guanabara
RTG.jpg
Type Broadcaster
Headquarters Bandeira Guanabara.png Rio de Janeiro
Broadcast area Bandeira Guanabara.png Guanabara
Audience share 45%
Slogan '
Owner Government of Guanabara
Language Portuguese
Established Feb 2019
Channels
Television RTG 1
RTG 2
Radio 1FM

The Radio and Television from Guanabara (Rádio e Televisão da Guanabara Portuguese), commonly abbreviated as RTG, is the predominant stated-own television broadcaster in the Guanabara. RTG has a network of 2 channels (RTG 1 and RTG 2) broadcasting different programmes and is accessible to more than ten million viewers. Most of its programmes are a mixture of sports, news, documentary, social education, comedy, entertainment, and drama.

It has the largest audience of Guanabara being ahead of the Grupo Nova.

History

The inauguration took place on February 1, 2019, at 20:00 (local time) on RTG 1 (TV Channel) and 1FM (Radio). The first broadcast was a live event. A friendly football match between the Guanabara National Football Team and the RUPA National Football Team. The match marked the first victory of the "Seleção Carioca" (1 - 0 ) in their second game as a professional and in the first game held inside the Guanabara, at the Arena Cachambi, in Rio de Janeiro.

TV Channels

Logo Name Type Network span
Noflag.png RTG 1 Generalist Channel Micronational
Noflag.png RTG 2 Film, Series, Entertainment Micronational

Radio

Logo Name Type Network span
Noflag.png 1FM FM Radio Micronational

Programming

Events