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SuperCanal

SuperCanal
Country Dominican Republic
Established 2000 (2000)
Official website
.comsupercanal

Super Canal - Channel 33 is a television network operating from Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.[1] It is one of the largest television channels in the country. It provides television programs which are available to viewers in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Curaçao and the US.

Group Super Canal

CARIBBEAN supercanal

Was launched in the year 2001 to serve the needs of Dominicans abroad. Currently is seen in more than six countries via cable and by the Web across the world. Supercanal Dominican was the first channel 24/7 available in the United States. It is distributed by the following cable companies:

Verizon Fios channel 1507. Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington DC, Baltimore, Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia, New York City, Syracuse and Buffalo in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Tampa, Fort Wayne, Pittsburgh, Providence and Harrisburg.

Cablevision channel 211. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Comcast channel 620. Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Pennsylvania

Time Warner channel 809. New York, New Jersey

TELE EL SALVADOR

Created in 2009 to meet the content needs of nearly two million Salvadorans living in the United States featuring the best of El Salvador. Tele El Salvador is the first signal available coast to coast in the US with Salvadoran programming 24 hours a day. It is distributed by the following cable companies:

Verizon Fios channel 1509. Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington DC, Baltimore, Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia, New York City, Syracuse and Buffalo in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Tampa, Fort Wayne, Pittsburgh, Providence and Harrisburg.

Cablevision channel 228. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

RCN channel 596. Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley (Pennsylvania)

DOMINICAN VIEW

On the air since 2007, Dominican View is focused on sports, news and special events clearly Dominicans. A channel designed to fill the information gap in the Dominican Republic programming available in the United States. It is distributed by the following cable companies:

Verizon Fios channel 1548. Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington DC, Baltimore, Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia, New York City, Syracuse and Buffalo in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Tampa, Fort Wayne, Pittsburgh, Providence and Harrisburg.

Cablevision channel 213. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

TDS channel 464. Curaçao

History

  • 1979 - Cable TV Dominicana. The first cable operator in the Dominica Republic founded by Frank Jorge Elías (currently Secretary of State and Minister Counselor of the Presidency)
  • 1998 - Caribbean Cellular (Telca) was formed to contribute to the establishment of the wireless industry for Voice and Data services across the Dominica Republic.
  • 1999 - SuperCanal Group Expands television production with an investment of $ 23 million creating a structure with the highest technology.
  • 2000 - SupeCanal 33 was created to fill the growing need for a high quality channel-oriented entertainment. Available through both cable companies and by air. Reaching over 80% of the Dominican population.
  • 2001 - SuperCanal Caribbean was launched to serve the needs of Dominicans abroad. Currently is seen in more than 6 countries and on the Web in the world. Supercanal was the first channel 24/7 available overseas.
  • 2007 - Dominican View Focused on sports, news and special events. A channel designed to fill the gap in the Dominica Republic programming available in the United States.
  • 2009 - Tele El Salvador is created to meet the content needs of the 2.5 million Salvadorans living in the United States. Featuring the best of El Salvador. With over 30 years experience in television production, Supercanal Group launches first international channel of El Salvador.
  • To pass the time we have continued to grow along with the advances of technology, keeping our supporters informed mediantes Digital Media or Social Network which allows us greater national and international viewers.
  • OUR FACILITIES • First television station facilities and industry-specific infrastructure. • Production 4 Studios. • Control over content; contracts with all producers and celebrities • Two mobile units in the Dominican Republic and one in the United States.

References

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