COLOMBIA Media and Telecoms Landscape Guide

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COLOMBIA Media and Telecoms Landscape Guide
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COLOMBIA
Media and Telecoms Landscape Guide
December 2012
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Index
Introduction.....................................................................................3
Media overview……………………………………………………..…14
Radio overview..............................................................................25
Radio stations................................................................................33
Television overview........................................................................50
Television stations..........................................................................55
Print overview.................................................................................66
Newspapers...................................................................................71
Online media..................................................................................87
Media resources.............................................................................91
Telecommunications overview.......................................................101
Telecommunications companies...................................................105
Annexes
I -List of community radio stations by province…………..............109
II -List of community TV cable networks by province……............151
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Introduction
Colombia is a middle income country with huge economic potential, but it is plagued
by conflict and natural disasters.
Political violence is endemic in this South American nation of 47 million people,
despite its long tradition of multi-party democracy and regular elections.
The government has been waging a civil war against two separate left-wing guerrilla
movements for nearly half a century.
Since the 1980s right-wing paramilitaries protecting the interests of large land
owners and highly organised criminal gangs of drug traffickers have also come on
the scene.
The drug gangs employ large numbers of heavily armed guards and assassins.
They use their own planes, ships and even submarines to export processed drugs to
North America and Europe, often via third countries in Central America, the
Caribbean and West Africa.
The drug cartels also hide consignments of cocaine, marijuana and heroin in
ordinary commercial cargo.
All the armed factions that claim a political agenda have turned to criminal activities
such as extortion, kidnapping and drug trafficking to fund themselves.
The frontiers between politically motivated violence and criminality for financial gain
have become increasingly blurred.
Colombia is one of the world’s largest suppliers of cocaine. It also grows large quantities of marijuana and opium poppies for the manufacture of heroin.
All those involved in the fighting have committed horrific human rights abuses.
Extra-judicial executions and mass killings are common.
According to human rights organisations, the insurgent groups have an established
practice of recruiting child soldiers.
In recent years, the leftist guerrilla groups FARC and ELN have made increasing use
of mines and roadside bombs. These often cause high civilian casualties.
Rural families suffer the brunt of this conflict, especially those living in remote rural
areas where most of the drug cultivation takes place.
The armed factions not only control the drugs trade. They have also moved into
mining areas to develop protection rackets.
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Their gunmen extort money from companies operating in the oil and gas sector and
also from artisanal miners of gold, emeralds and other precious minerals.
Oil companies which refuse to pay up can expect to have their oil pipelines bombed
and their vehicles attacked.
Many people have moved out of those parts of the countryside worst affected by
fighting.
At the end of 2011, the government estimated there were 3.9 internally displaced
people (IDPs) in Colombia. Some NGO estimates put the true figure at over five
million.
According to a report by the International Crisis Group published in October 2012,
Colombia:Peace at last?” www.crisisgroup.org/en/regions/latin-americacaribbean/andes/colombia/045-colombia-peace-at-last.aspx, the four departments
(provinces) with the highest rates of population displacement in 2011 were Caquetá
and Guaviare in the Eastern plains, Chocó on the Pacific coast and Nariño in the far
South near the border with Ecuador.
Between 1.2% and 1.8% of the population of these conflict-ridden departments had
been forced to leave their homes by lack of security in 2011, it said.
The majority of IDPs end up in the Colombia’s main cities.
Although most displaced people abandon their homes to escape conflict, some are
the victims of natural disasters.
Volcanoes and earthquakes
Colombia is prone to frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions because it sits on
the Pacific Ring of Fire.
The tectonic plate beneath the Pacific Ocean slides back into the earth’s molten core beneath the Andean mountains along the West coast of South America, provoking
frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
These affect the heavily populated mountainous regions of Central and Western
Colombia.
In 1999, an earthquake measuring 6.0 on the Richter scale killed more than a 1,000
people in the town of Armenia in West Central Colombia. A further 160,000 were left
homeless.
The Andean mountain ranges of Colombia are dotted with active volcanoes, some of
them rising to over 5,000 metres. Many of them erupt frequently.
Earthquakes and landslides associated with volcanic eruptions often cause greater
loss of life and human displacement than the outpourings of lava and volcanic ash.
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Administrative map of Colombia
Source: Vidiani.com
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In 1985 an eruption of the snow-capped Nevado del Ruiz volcano in central
Colombia triggered a mudflow that buried the town of Armero, killing 25,000 people.
A similar disaster occurred on a smaller scale during the 1994 eruption of Nevado de
Huila volcano in south western Colombia.
The eruption triggered an earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale. This
provoked landslides and mud flows that killed 1,200 and made 20,000 homeless.
Several volcanoes lie close to large cities which are constantly at risk.
For example, the southern city of Pasto, with a population of 450,000, lies in the
shadow of Galeras volcano. This experienced 17 minor eruptions between 2004 and
2010. A really big one could prove catastrophic.
Flooding
Severe flooding has also caused much human suffering and economic damage.
Normally Colombia has two separate rainy seasons. The first stretches from March
to June. The second lasts from October to December.
However, in recent years fluctuations in the ocean currents off the West coast of
South America have made the timing and intensity of rainfall less predictable.
A phenomenon known as La Niña, sometimes causes the temperature of surface
water in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Colombia and Ecuador to cool by up to
five degrees Centigrade. This in turn provokes heavy rainfall in western and central
Colombia.
La Niña conditions persisted from mid-2010 until early 2012, provoking torrential rain
and serious flooding in many parts of Colombia over a continuous period of nearly
two years.
By the end of 2011, more than two million people had been affected by floods across
the county. Over 500 people lost their lives and tens of thousands were made
homeless.
The floods cut roads, isolated communities and caused heavy economic damage
La Niña conditions finally petered out in April 2012, raising hopes of a return to more
normal weather patterns.
Recent history
Colombia was conquered and settled by Spanish colonists in the 16th century.
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Today, Spanish is the national language, spoken by nearly everyone, and Roman
Catholicism is the dominant religion.
Most Colombians are of mixed race.
The Spaniards mingled with the indigenous South American Indian population that
they found living in the country.
They also imported black slaves from Africa to work on plantations near the
Caribbean coast.
Today, about two thirds of the population is mixed race. Most of the rest are white
European or black African. Only 3% of Colombians are of pure indigenous stock.
Under the leadership of Simon Bolivar, Colombia rebelled against Spanish colonial
rule in the early 19th century.
The country declared independence in 1819, but Venezuela and Ecuador broke
away to form separate states in 1830.
US influence
As an independent state, Colombia moved rapidly from the Spanish to the US
sphere of influence. It remains there today.
The territory of Colombia originally included Panama, but this northern province
seceded to become an independent state in 1903.
It broke away with active encouragement from the US government, which was
anxious to secure control of the then half-built Panama canal.
US companies are major investors in the Colombian economy and the US
government has provided billions of dollars of military aid to help the Colombian
government combat left-wing guerrilla groups and drug traffickers.
US military aid to Colombia intensified between 2002 and 2010 during the
presidency of Alvaro Uribe to back his successful offensive against the FARC and
ELN leftist rebel movements.
By the time Uribe handed over to the current head of state, President Juan Manuel
Santos, in 2010, both rebel movements had suffered heavy losses and had reduced
the scale of their military activities.
However, they remain far from defeated.
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La Violencia and power sharing
Two political parties have dominated Colombian politics ever since independence;
the Liberals and the Conservatives.
Rivalry between them has often spilled over into civil war.
The most recent armed conflict between Liberals and Conservatives was triggered
by the assassination of the popular Liberal Party leader Jorge Eliecer Gaitan in 1948.
This particular outbreak of conflict was known as La Violencia (The Violence). It
lasted for more than 10 years.
La Violencia took the form of a guerrilla war in the countryside, away from the main
towns and cities.
It set the pattern for the present day conflict between leftist rebel movements and the
government army.
In 1953, Colombian army commander General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla took power in a
military coup, promising to end La Violencia.
But he failed to do so. Fighting between Liberal and Conservative militia groups was
still continuing when Rojas Pinilla was forced to resign by popular protests in 1957.
La Violencia finally came to an end in 1958 after the Liberal and Conservative parties
agreed to share power for a series of four presidential terms.
Fresh elections were held and the rival armed groups began to disband, although
sporadic incidents of rural violence continued for another four years.
The power-sharing pact involved the rotation of the presidency between a
Conservative and Liberal head of state for an initial period of 16 years.
Multi-party elections took place regularly, but the Liberal and Conservative parties
always supported the same presidential candidate, who then appointed leading
figures from both parties to ministerial posts.
This power-sharing formula continued in a modified form until 1986, when the newly
elected Liberal President Virgilio Barco Vargas refused to appoint any Conservative
Party figures to his cabinet.
FARC and ELN
Shortly after the fighting between Conservatives and Liberals petered out, Marxist
guerrillas launched a new rebellion, inspired by the 1959 revolution which had
brought Fidel Castro to power in Cuba.
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The left-wing insurgency began in 1964 and initially drew support from poor
peasants seeking land reform and social justice.
Two main guerrilla movements emerged. These were continuing to fight in the bush
in late 2012.
The largest rebel movement is the FARC. This acronym stands for Fuerzas Armadas
Revolucionarias de Colombia – the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
Various Colombian governments have held peace talks with the FARC, but these
have so far failed to result in a peace agreement.
In October 2012, President Juan Manuel Santos agreed to hold a new round of
peace talks. Negotiations between the two sides began in Cuba a month later.
There was some speculation that the ELN, the smaller of the two rebel movements,
the ELN, might join the peace talks at a later stage.
ELN stands for Ejército de Liberación Nacional - the National Liberation Army.
FARC and the ELN both suffered heavy military setbacks during the eight-year rule
of for former President Alvaro Uribe from 2002 to 2010,
With the help of increased military aid from the United States, Uribe managed to roll
back the areas controlled by the two guerrilla movements and kill many of their
leaders.
More than 12,000 FARC guerrillas were killed during this period and a similar
number surrendered.
In 2012, the government estimated that FARC still had 9,000 armed fighters in the
bush, while the ELN had about 2,000.
Conflict takes place along a number of “fronts” throughout rural Colombia, where the FARC and ELN strive to maintain areas of influence and control.
Both rebel movements stage hit and run raids from bases in the bush, but neither
movement holds any large towns.
During the 1999-2002 peace talks with the FARC, the government allowed the
guerrilla movement to control a sanctuary the size of Switzerland around the town of
San Vicente de Caguán in Caquetá department in the eastern plains.
This safe haven allowed the rebel movement to consolidate its forces and re-arm
before the peace talks collapsed and fighting resumed.
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Autodefensas
While former President Uribe stepped up the fight against left-wing insurgents during
the first decade of the 21st century, he tried to neutralise the activities of right-wing
paramilitaries through a peace agreement.
Right-wing vigilante groups began to appear in the 1980s with the declared aim of
protecting the rural population from guerrilla attacks where the government was
incapable of doing so.
Most of these paramilitary groups served the interests of large land owners, who
were under threat from the left-wing guerrillas.
In many cases, the right-wing paramilitaries collaborated informally with the army
and police.
They were responsible for thousands of extra-judicial killings.
In 1997 the right-wing paramilitaries joined forces in a loose federation called
Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia (AUC) - the United Self Defenders of Colombia.
In 2006, Uribe arranged for the disarmament and demobilisation of 30,000 AUC
members.
However, the move was only partially successful.
Many of the demobilised gunmen simply joined new armed groups serving the same
political and business interests that had sponsored the AUC.
Population distribution and administration
Most of Colombia’s population lives in the fertile mountains and valleys of central and western Colombia and along the Caribbean coast.
The capital Bogotá, is a city of more than eight million people, situated on a cool
temperate plateau 2,600 metres above sea level. .
Thirty other cities have a population of more than 100,000.
About 75% of Colombia’s population now lives in urban areas.
The climate changes in Colombia according to the altitude, often over very short
distances. This allows the country to grow a wide range of crops.
The vast low-lying plains to the east of the Andes are known as Los Llanos.
They account for 54% of Colombia’s land area, but only 3% of the population live
there.
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The eastern plains consist mainly of open cattle ranching country.
They have a population density of less than one person per square km.
The lowlands along the Pacific coast are densely forested and are also sparsely
populated.
The Caribbean coast is more developed and has several port cities. The largest of
these is Barranquilla.
Colombia is administratively divided into 32 departments (provinces) and a Federal
District, in which the capital Bogota is situated.
Each department has its own elected governor and local legislature.
The departments are sub-divided into 1,102 municipalities.
National and local elections are held every four years.
The next elections are due to take place in 2014
Culture and communications
Nine out of ten Colombians can read and write and nearly everyone has a mobile
phone.
Colombia has a thriving and diverse media.
Nearly all Colombians have access to radio and television.
Internet usage is widespread amongst middle class Colombians and is growing fast.
There are hundreds of local radio stations, many of which serve small and remote
rural communities.
However, radio and television audiences are dominated by just three privately owned
commercial networks – RCN, Caracol Television and Caracol Radio.
There are few legal constraints on press freedom, but journalists live under the
constant threat of assassination if they disturb the interests of powerful and
unscrupulous individuals or interest groups.
This situation has led to a degree of self-censorship when it comes to covering
controversial matters such as corruption, human rights violations and drug trafficking.
Colombia possesses a good network of tarred highways, but the country’s high mountain ranges make road communication very slow and time consuming.
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Most cities and large towns are linked to the rest of the country by daily commercial
flights.
The economy
Colombia’s economy is booming thanks to strong investment in energy and mining. The economy grew 5.9% in 2011, although the Central Bank has forecast slower
growth of between 3% and 5% for 2012 and 2013.
Colombia’s most valuable export is oil. The country was producing about 950,000 barrels of crude oil per day in mid-2012. Nearly half this output was shipped abroad.
Most of Colombia’s oil comes from onshore wells in the eastern plains. Production is
frequently disrupted by the bombing of pipelines.
Colombia is also the world’s leading fourth largest coal exporter. The massive open cast mines in the northwest of the country send coal by train to
export terminals on the Caribbean coast.
Colombia produced 85.8 million tonnes of coal in 2011.
Agriculture also continues to play a major role in the economy.
Colombia is the world’s third largest coffee exporter.
High quality Arabica coffee is the main cash crop of more than 500,000 small-scale
farmers in the green and fertile Andean highlands.
Strong economic growth in recent years has reduced unemployment and improved
living standards.
It has also created a large and affluent middle class.
However, 37% of all Colombians still lived in poverty in 2011, according to the World
Bank.
The income gap between rich and poor in Colombia is still very wide, a factor which
fuels social tensions.
The main cities are well endowed with urban infrastructure.
Despite high crime rates, they have remained largely immune from the fighting which
has plagued vast areas of the countryside.
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Colombia at a glance
Population
46.8 million (DANE October 2012 estimate)
Main Languages
Spanish
Gross National Income (GNI) per
capita
$6,110 (World Bank 2011)
Percentage of population living in
poverty
37.2% (World Bank 2010)
Adult literacy
93.3% (UNESCO 2010)
Life expectancy
73.7 years (UN Human Development Index)
Mobile phone lines
48.7 million (Q3 2012, Ministry of Information
Technogy and Communications)
Mobile subscribers per 100
inhabitants
104.5% (Q3 2012, Ministry of Information
Technogy and Communications)
Percentage of population using the
internet
40.4% (ITU 2011)
Number of internet subscribers
7.0 million (Q3 2012, Ministry of Information
Technogy and Communications)
Ranking in UN Human Development
Index 2011
87th (out of 187)
Ranking in RSF World Press
Freedom Index 2011-12
143rd (out of 179)
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Media overview
Colombians get most of their news and information from television.
The most popular channels are RCN TV www.canalrcnmsn.com and Caracol
Television http://caracoltv.com, the flagship channels of Colombia’s two national
commercial television networks .
Media audience surveys consistently show that these two channels are watched on
a regular basis by more than 85% of all viewers.
Radio is also important, especially for local news.
Colombia had over 1,500 officially authorised radio stations in 2012, according to the
Ministry of Technology, Information and Communications.
These included nearly 700 community radio stations, most of which served small
towns and villages.
According to one of Colombia’s most respected media audience surveys, Estudio
General de Medios (EGM) (General Media Study), 94.4% of Colombians over the
age of 12 watched television regularly in 2011.
77% said they watched television every day.
Only 64.8% listened to the radio and 34.3% read newspapers.
The annual survey of more than 12,000 media consumers in 15 towns and cities
across Colombia also showed that 43.4% of Colombians used the internet.
The EGM is carried out on behalf of the Centro Colombiano de Investigacion de
Medios (ACIM) www.acimcolombia.com – an association of Colombia’s main media houses and advertising companies.
It records information about the consumption of all media and is compiled in phases
throughout the year.
The EGM surveys show that while television and radio audiences have been fairly
stable in recent years, the number of internet users has been climbing steadily.
However, the surveys also indicate clearly that internet usage is mainly restricted to
middle and upper income groups.
Three privately owned commercial networks dominate broadcasting in Colombia.
RCN and Caracol Television control Colombia’s two nationwide commercial
television networks.
RCN and Caracol Radio www.caracol.com.co meanwhile dominate radio.
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Confusingly, Caracol Radio is no longer under the same ownership as Caracol
Television.
Grupo Santodomingo, Colombia’s largest business conglomerate, used to own
both companies. However, it sold Caracol Radio to Spain’s Prisa media and
publishing group in 2003.
Grupo Santodomingo continues to own Caracol Television.
In 2012 there were several reports in the Colombian media that Grupo
Santodomingo was keen to buy back the Caracol radio business.
Newspapers are only sold and read in the main cities. They do not circulate much in
rural areas.
However, many newspapers are starting to tap a much wider audience through their
websites.
The most popular news website in the country is that of El Tiempo
www.eltiempo.com , Colombia’s largest and most authoritative quality daily
newspaper.
According to the internet analysis website www.alexa.com, El Tiempo was the 11th
most visited website in the country in November 2012.
El Tiempo’s main rival, El Espectador www.elespectador.com was not far behind in
16th position.
Just over 40% of the population used the internet in 2011, according to the
International Telecommunications Union (ITU) www.itu.int
Almost all parts of Colombia are covered by local radio and TV stations and nearly
all Colombian adults have a mobile phone.
The only major gaps in the mobile network in the thinly populated eastern plains,
known as Los Llanos, the jungles of the Pacific coast and the Amazonian forest area
in the far south.
Freedom and intimidation
There are few legal constraints on media freedom.
The constitution specifically bans censorship, but libel and defamation are defined as
criminal rather than civil offences.
However, harassment, intimidation and the threat of kidnap, torture and
assassination have persuaded many journalists to self-censor reports on
controversial issues.
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Journalists have frequently been the victims of kidnapping, torture and murder by
armed groups and arbitrary arrest and beatings by the government security forces.
Every year several journalists are forced to leave the region where they work
because of death threats. Some have even fled abroad for fear of assassination.
According to the global press freedom watchdog Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF)
www.rsf.org, four Colombian journalists were killed in 2010 and 2011. Two of those
who died were witnesses to judicial investigations into links between politicians and
paramilitary groups.
RSF did not report any fatalities among journalists during the first 11 months of 2012.
However, Argemiro Cárdenas Agudelo, the manager of a community radio station in
the small town of Dosquebradas in Risaraldas department was gunned down by a
hired assassin in March.
Cardenas was also the director of Red Radial Cafetera, a network of community
stations in the coffee growing region of central Colombia
The high level of intimidation and physical danger experienced by Colombian
journalists caused RSF to rank the country 143rd out of the 179 countries listed in its
World Press Freedom Index for 2011-12.
Media groups
The Colombian media is dominated at the national level by four large groups.
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RCN is Colombia’s largest commercial broadcasting group. Its flagship
national television channel is RCN TV www.canalrcnmsn.com. RCN also
owns the 24-hour news channel RTN 24, which is broadcast by satellite and
cable throughout Latin America. Its main radio network, RCN La Radio
www.rcnradio.com, broadcasts on AM Medium Wave from 27 different cities
across Colombia. RCN also owns several other radio stations aimed at
specialist audiences. RCN belongs to the Ardila Lulle business group. Its
other interests also include soft drinks, agro-industries and textiles.
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Grupo Santodomingo is Colombia’s largest privately owned business conglomerate. It owns Caracol Television http://caracoltv.com, one of
Colombia’s two leading national television networks, and the Bogotá
newspaper El Espectador www.elespectador.com. In 2010, the group
launched a series of free sheet newspapers called ADN http://diarioadn.co in
four major cities. It also owns the popular weekly magazine Cromos. Grupo
Santodomingo formerly owned Radio Caracol. It has expressed interest in
buying back the business from its current owners. In September 2012, Grupo
Santodomingo gained a new foothold in radio with the launch of Blu Radio
www.bluradio.com, a news and current affairs station.
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Caracol Radio www.caracol.com.co is a national radio network owned by
Spain’s Prisa media group. Its flagship radio station, Caracol Radio,
broadcasts on FM and AM from 31 different locations across Colombia. The
group also owns several other radio stations which target particular segments
of the radio audience. Since 2003, Caracol Radio has been owned by Prisa, a
Spanish media and publishing group. Prisa owns the Madrid daily newspaper
El Pais. It has a large portfolio of media interests throughout Latin America.
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Casa Editorial El Tiempo www.eltiempo.com. This media group developed
from the Bogota daily El Tiempo, Colombia’s largest quality newspaper. It
includes the popular Bogota television station City TV www.citytv.com.co, the
financial daily Portafolio and a stable of magazines and weekly newspapers.
El Tiempo was formerly controlled by the Santos family, which has long
played a leading role in politics through the Liberal Party. The current head of
state, President Juan Manuel Santos is a member of this family. In 2007,
Spain’s Planeta media and publishing group acquired a controlling 55% stake
in Casa Editorial El Tiempo. But in March 2012, Planeta sold out to the
Colombian billionaire banker and industrialist Luis Carlos Sarmiento
Angulo. He subsequently bought out other minority shareholders to acquire
100% ownership of the group.
A 2009 study of urban media audiences in Colombia by Audiencescapes
www.audiencescapes.org, a subsidiary of the US-based media research
organisation Intermedia, found that city dwellers regarded Caracol and RCN as the
two most important and reliable sources of news and information.
Colombia’s third most popular television channel is the Bogotá commercial station
City TV www.citytv.com.co.
According to the 2011 EGM survey, this channel, owned by Casa Editorial El
Tiempo – the owner of El Tiempo newspaper - is watched regularly by more than
half of all viewers in the capital.
City TV is also watched regularly by nearly a third of viewers in Colombia as a whole.
Although City TV is theoretically a local television station that only broadcasts freeto-air in the immediate vicinity of Bogotá, it is widely viewed throughout Colombia on
satellite and cable.
State television
The government runs three television channels and two radio stations which
broadcast nationwide.
These are controlled by the state broadcasting corporation Radio Television
Nacional de Colombia (RTVC) www.rctv.gov.co.
RTVC’s three television channels cover 94% of Colombia’s national territory with their terrestrial free-to-air signal.
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They are:
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Canal Uno www.canaluno.com.co Programming for this government-owned
channel is provided by a consortium of four privately owned TV production
companies. Each one supplies 32 hours of programming a week.
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Señalcolombia www.senalcolombia.tv This national TV channel focuses on
educational and cultural programming.
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Canal Institucional http://www.institucional.gov.co This national TV channel
provides information about government policy and services. It also offers a
platform for political debate. Canal Institucional devotes a lot of air time to
explaining the activities of public sector organisations. It often broadcasts live
debates in parliament.
According to the 2011 EGM survey of television audiences, only 23% of viewers
watch the RTVC channels regularly, whereas more than 85% watch RCN TV and
Caracol Television.
There are also nine publicly owned regional television channels in Colombia.
Two are based in Bogota and two in Colombia’s second largest city Medellín.
The others are based in Cali, Manizales, Barranquilla and Bucaramanga and the
Caribbean island of San Andres.
Some of these channels command large audiences in the regions where they
broadcast.
Cable television
Cable television is popular in Colombia and is continuing to expand.
By 2012 there were more than 3.9 million cable television subscribers in the country
according to the Ministry of Technology, Information and Communications.
Besides offering subscribers a selection of Colombian and international TV channels,
cable operators also provide internet connections.
There are about 40 city-based commercial cable networks.
In addition, Colombia has more than 760 Community Television cable networks.
These distribute mainstream television channels by cable within towns and villages.
Each community television network produces at least one hour per week of its own
local programming. The larger community networks broadcast up to 10 hours per
week.
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All community television stations broadcast by cable. They are limited by law to a
maximum of 15,000 subscribers.
National radio
Caracol Radio, which belongs to the Spanish media group Prisa, is widely regarded
has having the largest national audience of any Colombian radio station.
It is perceived to be more independent and critical of the government than its main
competitor, RCN La Radio.
RCN has a reputation of always being close to the government of the day.
Caracol Radio and RCN both own several secondary stations that cater for specific
segments of the national radio audience.
Some of these have extensive nationwide coverage and offer regional variations in
programming.
Others only broadcast from two or three selected locations.
Many of the Caracol and RCN niche stations broadcast on both FM and AM Medium
Wave.
This enables them to capture both urban and rural audiences since the Medium
Wave signal carries further into the countryside.
The Caracol portfolio of niche radio stations consists of:
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W Radio – a popular news and music station that plays Golden Oldies
Radioacktiva – an international rock music station aimed at young people.
Tropicana – a Latin American music station
Besame – which plays romantic mood music
Oxigeno – A light entertainment and music station aimed at a youth audience
Radio Recuerdos – a station that plays traditional Colombian music
Los 40 Principales - a pop music and light entertainment station for youth. It
broadcasts throughout Latin America
Colorin Coloradio – which carries programmes for children
HJCK – This cultural station plays jazz, blues and classical music. It now only
broadcasts on the internet
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La FM – a popular news, sports and music station
La Mega – which carries entertainment programming
Rumba – A Latin American popular music station
Radio Uno – A youth music and entertainment station
Antena 2 – A sports station, with an emphasis on football and cycling
Fantástica – A music and entertainment station on air in Bogota and Medellin
La Cariñosa – A Medium Wave music and entertainment station
Amor – A music station that deals with love, sex and matters of the heart. It
broadcasts in Bogota and Medellin
El Sol – A station that plays salsa music
The influence of RCN and Caracol also extends to many smaller, nominally
independent provincial radio stations. Many of these lease air time to the big
national networks.
The state broadcasting corporation RCTV operates two national radio networks:
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Radio Nacional de Colombia www.radionacionaldecolombia.gov.co is the
government’s flagship national radio station. It carries a lot of news and
current affairs programming, interspersed with music and drama. Radio
Nacional de Colombia broadcasts on FM and AM Medium Wave in 36
locations across the country. Many of these are remote and isolated
communities.
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Radionica www.radionica.gov.co is a popular music station with regular
news bulletins. It broadcasts on FM in seven large cities.
In addition, the army and police operate separate networks of local radio stations,
mainly in rural areas.
The army radio network, Emisora del Ejército.www.emisoraejercito.mil.co operated
97 local stations in late 2012, mostly in areas of conflict.
The police radio network, Radio Policía Nacional www.policia.gov.co, operated 28
local stations, many of them in remote parts of the country.
Community radio
There were also nearly 700 community radio stations on air in late 2012, according
to the Ministry of Technology, Information and Communication.
These stations provide local news and information and educational programming
and encourage listeners to air their views on issues relevant to their daily lives.
Some are owned by municipal authorities, others by local associations, churches,
colleges and universities.
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There are 29 community radio stations which cater specifically for indigenous ethnic
groups. These stations are known collectively as Radio Indigena.
The government’s declared aim is to have a community radio station broadcasting in each of the country’s 1,102 municipalities.
Community radio stations are supported by a series of regional associations and
specialist NGOs.
These include the Canadian-funded Sistema de Comunicacion para la Paz
(SIPAZ). It works with more than 40 local radio stations to promote peace in areas of
Colombia affected by conflict.
The Roman Catholic Church operates more than 50 local radio stations across the
country.
Several of its large city-based stations are coordinated through the Minuto de Dios
www.radiominutodedios.com national radio network.
Many community stations struggle to raise enough revenue to cover their operating
costs.
Their editorial independence is often compromised by political pressures from local
politicians and armed factions operating in the neighbourhood.
Journalists working for community radio stations are particularly exposed to threats
and harassment.
Newspapers
Very few newspapers circulate outside the main towns.
However, through their websites Colombian newspapers have attracted a large and
growing online readership.
Several daily newspapers published in Bogota consider themselves to be national in
character.
Although most of their sales are in the capital, they are also available in Colombia’s other main cities.
There are several regional dailies, published in the country’s main provincial cities. Most of them do not have a large circulation, but many regional newspapers are
influential amongst local decision makers
Nearly all Colombian newspapers have long-standing links with one of the country’s two main political parties; the Liberals and the Conservatives.
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The country’s largest and most influential quality newspaper is the Bogota daily El
Tiempo www.eltiempo.com.
It had a daily circulation of more than 300,000 in 2010 and claimed to have more
than 1.1 million daily readers.
El Tiempo was formerly controlled by the Santos family – a major player in Liberal
politics.
The Santos family surrendered control of the newspaper and its other media assets
in 2007 by selling a 55% controlling stake in Casa Editorial El Tiempo to Spain’s Planeta media and publishing group.
In March 2012, Planeta sold out to the Colombian billionaire banker and industrialist
Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo. He subsequently bought out all the group’s other shareholders.
Colombia’s other leading quality newspaper is the Bogota daily El Espectador
www.elespectador.com.
This is also pro-Liberal, but has a much smaller circulation.
A financial crisis forced El Espectador to abandon daily publication between 2001
and 2008. During this period it became a weekly.
El Espectador now appears daily again. The printed edition of the paper had about
250,000 readers in 2012, according to the EGM media survey, although its print run
would have been much lower.
Three new large circulation dailies have hit the streets in recent years to cater for
readers at the lower end of the market.
Q’Hubo (What’s Up) www.qhubo.com is a popular tabloid that focuses on human
interest stories told in plain language.
It produces several regional editions that are printed locally in different parts of the.
country.
Q’Hubo circulates in all the most intensively populated parts of highland Colombia
and the Caribbean coast. It claimed 2.2 million readers in 2012.
Q’Hubo was launched in 2005 by Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM), a consortium
of regional daily newspapers
The other big newcomer is the free sheet ADN http://diarioadn.co.
This newspaper, launched by Casa Editorial El Tiempo in 2009, distributes four
separate city editions in Bogota Cali Medellin and Barranquilla.
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In 2012 ADN claimed nearly 1.3 million readers.
On the Caribbean coast, another free sheet, Al Dia, has also developed a strong
readership since its launch in 2007. This is an offshoot from the long-established
Barranquilla daily El Heraldo.
El Espacio www.elespacio.com.co is a popular down-market tabloid, published in
Bogotá, has seen its circulation fall in response to this new competition.
Influential regional dailies include the following:
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El Colombiano www.elcolombiano.com.co – a conservative daily newspaper
in Medellín. .
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El Mundo www.elmundo.com.co – a Liberal daily published in Medellín.
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El País www.elpais.com.co – a Conservative daily published in Cali.
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El Heraldo www.elheraldo.com.co – a Liberal newspaper published in
Barranquilla. It is the most influential newspaper on the Caribbean coast.
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Vanguardia Liberal www.vanguardia.com – a Liberal daily published in
Bucaramanga which is influential in Santander department
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La Opinion www.laopinion.com.co - a daily newspaper published in Cucuta
near the Venezuelan frontier
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La Patria www.lapatria.com – a Conservative daily published in Manizales,
the centre of Colombia’s main coffee growing area
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Llano 7 dias – A daily newspaper published in Villavicencio, the gateway to
Colombia’s eastern plains
The most widely read news and current affairs magazine is La Semana
www.semana.com.
It claims to be read by more than one million Colombians every month.
Another popular weekly magazine is Cromos www.cromos.com.co, which belongs to
Grupo Santodomingo.
Cromos is more focussed on lifestyle issues, fashion, celebrities and entertainment
than news and current affairs.
Media regulation
Radio broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of Information Technology and
Communications www.mintic.gov.co.
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The ministry issues and renews radio licences, monitors broadcast output and
investigates complaints about radio stations by members of the public.
Television is regulated by an independent body called the National Television
Authority - La Autoridad Nacional de Televisión (ANTV) www.antv.gov.co
This began operations in April 2012.
It replaced a similar organisation called the National Television Commission – La
Comisión Nacional de Televisión (CNTV).
No government licence is required to publish a newspaper or magazine.
No licence is required either to work as a journalist.
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Radio overview
Radio remains an important source of news and information across Colombia, even
though more people now watch television.
According to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications
www.mintic.gov.co there were 1,536 registered radio stations in Colombia in
November 2012.
A full list of all authorised radio stations is available on page
www.mintic.gov.co/index.php/radio-difusion-sonora of the ministry’s website. Click on
the link “Listado de emisoras” at the bottom of this page.
One of Colombia’s most respected media audience suveys, Estudio General de
Medios (EGM) (General Media Study), found that 64.8% of the population over the
age of 12 listened to radio regularly in 2011.
However, the EGM and Colombia’s main survey of radio listening habits, the
Estudio Continuo de Audiencias de Radio (ECAR) (Continuous Study of Radio
Audiences), only measure media consumption patterns in the urban population.
This is understandable since three quarters of Colombians now live in towns and
cities.
However conflict and natural disasters frequently strike harder at the rural
population, whose media consumption patterns may well be different.
It is likely that in rural areas, there is often less access to television and a greater
reliance on radio than in the towns.
Colombian radio stations mostly broadcast on FM to urban audiences.
However, they often use AM Medium Wave to reach listeners in more distant rural
areas.
Some radio stations targeting older listeners also broadcast on AM rather than FM
Many radio stations broadcast on both wave bands in order to capture urban and
rural audiences.
The peak time for radio listening is in the morning between 07.00 and 10.00. About
40% of Colombians tune in at some point during this three-hour period.
In the evening, most people watch television instead.
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Radio is dominated by two huge commercial networks
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Caracol Radio www.caracol.com.co is a radio broadcasting group owned by
Spain’s Prisa media group. Its flagship national station Caracol Radio
broadcasts on FM and AM from 31 different locations across Colombia. It is
Colombia’s most listened to radio station.
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RCN www.rcnradio.com is Colombia’s largest commercial broadcasting group. Its flagship radio station RCN La Radio broadcasts on AM Medium Wave
from 27 cities across Colombia. RCN is also one of the two main players in
Colombian television. It belongs to the privately owned Ardila Lulle business
conglomerate.
Caracol Radio and RCN La Radio are the most widely listened to radio stations in
the country.
However, media audience surveys show that Caracol tends to be regarded as more
independent and critical and is therefore more widely trusted.
RCN is generally perceived as being too close to the government of the day.
Each broadcasting network owns a stable of secondary radio stations that cater for
niche audiences.
Many of these have broad national coverage and offer regional variations in
programming.
Some only broadcast in two or three of the country’s main cities
It is important to note that Caracol Radio no longer forms part of the same media
group as its TV counterpart Caracol Television.
Both formerly belonged to Grupo Santodomingo, Colombia’s largest privately owned
business conglomerate.
However, Grupo Santodomingo sold the radio division of Caracol to Prisa in 2003.
It continues to own Caracol Television.
Several media reports in 2012 suggested that Grupo Santodomingo was keen to buy
back Caracol Radio.
The congolomerate has already taken some steps to regain a foothold in radio.
It launched a news and current affairs station in Bogota called Blu Radio
www.bluradio.com in September 2012.
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The Caracol Radio portfolio of secondary radio stations consists of:
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W Radio www.wradio.com.co – a popular nationwide news, sports and music
station that plays Golden Oldies
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Tropicana www.tropicanafm.com – This station broadcasts popular
Colombian music in 25 cities around the country
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Radioacktiva www.radioacktiva.com – a station that plays international rock
music . It is mainly aimed young people.
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Bésame www.besamefm –a station that plays romantic mood music and
classic hits from the 1980s. It is aimed at a female adult audience.
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Oxígeno www.oxigeno.fm – A light entertainment and music station aimed at
a youth audience
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Radio Recuerdos – This Medium Wave station plays traditional Colombian
music for the older generation
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Los 40 Principales www.los40.com.co - a pop music and light entertainment
station for youth that broadcasts throughout Latin America
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Colorín Coloradio www.colorincolorradio.com a radio station for children
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HJCK www.hjck.com – This cultural station plays jazz, blues, son cubano and
classical music. Since 2005, it only broadcasts over the internet
RCN’s second tier radio stations include:
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La FM www.lafm.com.co – a popular news, sports and music station that
broadcasts on FM in 10 cities across the country
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La Mega www.lamega.com.co – A music and light entertainment station that
broadcasts on FM in 16 cities
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Radio Uno www.radio1.com.co – A youth music and entertainment station
that broadcasts on FM in 25 towns and cities
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Rumba www.rumba.com.co – A Latin American popular music station
broadcasting on FM in 19 cities
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Antena 2 www.antena2.com.co – A sports station, with an emphasis on
football and cycling. It broadcasts nationwide on Medium Wave
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Fantástica www.fantastica.com.co – A popular music station broadcasting on
FM in Bogota and Medellin
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La Cariñosa' www.xn--lacariosa-q6a.com – A Medium Wave music and
entertainment station
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Amor www.amores.com.co – A music station that deals with love, sex and
matters of the heart. It broadcasts in Bogota and Medellin
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El Sol www.elsol.com.co – An FM station that plays popular Latin American
music in Medellin, Cali and Tulua in western Colombia
RCN and Caracol Radio programming is also carried by many small and nominally
independent provincial radio station which lease air time to the big national networks.
Government radio stations
The state broadcasting corporation RTVC www.rtvc.gov.co operates two national
radio networks:
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Radio Nacional de Colombia www.radionacionaldecolombia.gov.co is the
government’s flagship national radio station. It carries a lot of news and
current affairs programming, interspersed with music and drama. Radio
Nacional de Colombia broadcasts on FM and AM Medium Wave in 36
locations around the country. It serves many remote communities which the
national commercial networks fail to reach.
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Radionica www.radionica.gov.co is an FM popular music station with regular
news bulletins. It broadcasts in seven large cities.
In addition, the army and police operate more than 120 radio stations.
The army radio network is called Emisora del Ejército www.emisoraejercito.mil.co.
Its central studios in Bogota produce national programming which is relayed by the
network’s 97 local radio stations across Colombia.
These small stations also produce some local output. Most are situated in zones of
conflict with the FARC and ELN rebel movements.
The police radio network Radio Policía Nacional
www.policia.gov.co/portal/page/portal/Noticias_y_Documentacion/Medios_Comunica
cion_Institucionales/Emisoras/emisora_Bogota92.4fm operates 28 FM stations in
various provincial capitals across the country.
Public sector broadcasters are obliged to provide educational and cultural
programming and to promote civic values.
Religious networks
Colombia has two national networks of Christian religious radio stations.
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The Roman Catholic Church runs more than 50 radio stations in Colombia. Many of
them are small community stations serving remote settlements.
The Catholic Minuto de Dios www.radiominutodedios.com network runs city-based
FM stations in Bogotá, Cartagena, Barranquilla and Medellin.
Colmundo http://colmundoradio.com.co is a separate Christian-inspired network of
10 Medium Wave radio stations around Colombia.
It targets people over the age of 30.
Colmundo does not broadcast overtly religious programming and does not have
formal links to any particular church.
The benchmark radio audience survey in Colombia is ECAR, which is produced by
the Centro Nacional de Consultoria www.centronacionaldeconsultoria.com.
Its findings are based on a daily telephone survey of radio listeners in 18 cities
across the country.
However the ECAR findings are not made public and can only be obtained on a paid
for basis.
Data from the EGM all-media audience survey produced for the Centro Colombiano
de Investigacion de Medios (ACIM) www.acimcolombia.com – an association of
Colombia’s main media houses and advertising companies – is often made publicly
available on a piecemeal basis.
The EGM uses a sample of more than 12,000 people to look at media consumption
habits in 15 cities across Colombia. It is compiled in phases throughout the year.
Community radio
There were nearly 700 officially authorised community radio stations on air in late
2012, according to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communication.
A full list of community radio stations can be found on the ministry’s website at
www.mintic.gov.co/index.php/radio-difusion-sonora. Click on the link “Listado de emisoras” at the bottom of the page.
A list of community radio stations by department can also be found in annex I of this
guide.
Community stations provide local news and information and educational
programming.
They also encourage listeners to air their views on issues relevant to their daily lives.
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Some are owned by municipal authorities, others by local associations, churches,
schools, colleges and universities.
The government’s declared aim is to have a community radio station broadcasting in each of the country’s 1,102 municipalities.
Most community stations broadcast for between 18 and 20 hours a day.
They start at 04.00 or 0.500 in the morning and remain on air continuously until
22.00 or 23.00 at night
Some close down for a lunchtime break at midday.
The most popular programmes are broadcast during the morning peak listening
period.
All community stations play a lot of popular music.
They also broadcast a lot of programming aimed at communicating with particular
groups, such as internally displaced people.
Much of their educational and social outreach programming is produced and
broadcast in partnership with government departments and NGOs.
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There are several regional associations of community radio stations, but no single
organisation represents their interests at a national level.
One of the most active regional associations is the Asociación Red de Emisoras
Comunitarias del Magdalena Medio (AREDMAG) –The Network Association of
Community Channels of the Middle Magdalena.
This groups 18 community stations in the departments of Antioquia, Cesar, Bolívar
and Santander - all places badly affected by the activities of left-wing guerrilla and
right-wing paramilitary groups.
AREDMAG has developed a Rural Reporters' Network where community leaders
become journalists who present the most crucial issues facing their community.
The network produces a networked lunchtime news bulletin and common
programming on a number of social issues.
Since 1999, 29 radio stations serving indigenous ethnic communities have been
opened with government encouragement.
These are known as Radios Indigenas.
Each one produces programming tailored to the interests of the ethnic community.
The radios indigenas mostly broadcast in traditional languages of the communities
they serve rather than Spanish.
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Today Radios Indigenas exist in the departments of Tolima, Caldas, Antioquia,
Cordoba, Cauca, Valle del Cauca, Narino, Putumayo and Caqueta.
However, a review conducted by the government in 2010 suggested that the radios
indigenas were being run as a top-down operation and were out of touch with many
of the issues that most concerned their target audience.
It noted that there was little evidence to show how much indigenous people actually
listened to these stations.
Since 2004, the government has promoted the discussion of several major themes of
national concern on community radio stations through the UNDP-backed Radios
Ciudadanas – Citizen Radios - project.
This aims to coordinate programmes on the same theme which are broadcast at the
same time by community stations across the country.
Themes tackled in this way by Radios Ciudadanas include forced displacement,
good governance, peaceful co-existence, gender-based violence and environmental
protection.
Another community radio initiative is the Canadian-funded Sistema de
Comunicación para la Paz (SIPAZ) - System of Peace Communicationt.
This project works with more than 40 local radio stations to promote peace in areas
of Colombia affected by conflict.
SIPAZ does not report directly on conflict, but it does promote discussion of its
consequences on the air waves. It also emphasises the positive action taken by local
communities to rebuild their lives.
For example, in Belén de los Andaquíes — the only municipality in the eastern
department of Caquetá whose economy is not based on cocaine cultivation — the
creation of a community radio station helped to reinforced Belén’s identity as a municipality committed to planting food crops rather than cocaine.
The SIPAZ-supported station in Belén has been the target of guerrilla attacks, but its
children’s radio school was awarded UNICEF’s prize for Children’s Programming in
Latin America.
The editorial independence of community radio stations is often compromised by
political pressures.
Community radio stations are heavily dependent on revenue from government
advertising and this makes them vulnerable to political interference in their editorial
policy.
Many community stations are also vulnerable to more sinister pressures from local
politicians and armed factions operating in the neighbourhood.
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In February and March 2011, right-wing paramilitary groups in western Colombia
circulated leaflets in the city of Popayan issuing death threats against 11 journalists
working for the local media. The leaflets also named 11 community radio stations
affiliated to Cauca Regional Indigenous Council (CRIC) as targets for future attack.
In March 2012, Argemiro Cárdenas Agudelo, the manager of Metro Radio Estéreo, a
community radio station in the small town of Dosquebradas in Risaraldas
department, was gunned down by a hired assassin.
Cárdenas was also the director of Red Radial Cafetera, a network of community
stations in the coffee growing region of central Colombia.
His killer was caught, tried and jailed, but his paymasters were never publicly
identified or prosecuted.
Radio regulation
The Ministry of Information Technology and Communication awards and extends
radio licenses, monitors broadcast output and deals with complaints about radio
programming from members of the public.
Radio stations are permitted to broadcast up to 15 minutes of advertising per hour.
They are also allowed to sell air time to third party programme providers.
It is common practice for small radio stations to rent out air time on their frequencies
to national radio channels keen to extend the geographic reach of their most popular
programmes.
Community radio is heavily encouraged in a deliberate attempt to counteract RCN
and Caracol Radio’s domination of national broadcasting with locally owned and
managed radio stations that encourage local content and citizen participation.
The government has awarded more than 840 licences to community radio stations
since the early 1990s.
A 2010 UNESCO report noted that licensees pay a one-off fee for the frequency they
are allocated, ranging from US$900 to $2000 and an annual licence fee of about
$150 thereafter.
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Radio networks
Caracol Radio (network) www.caracol.com.co
Caracol Radio is the most listened to radio network in Colombia, according to the
country’s leading radio audience survey.
The Estudio Continuo de Audiencias de Radio (ECAR) (Continuous Study of
Radio Audiences) consistently shows Caracol ahead of its main rival RCN.
Caracol means “snail” in Spanish, but the name of the radio network is actually an acronym for Cadena Radial Colombiana – the Colombian Radio Network.
Caracol Radio is owned by the Spanish media and publishing group Prisa.
Prisa acquired full control of the business from Grupo Santodomingo, Colombia’s largest privately owned business conglomerate, in 2003 after purchasing a minority
stake in 1999.
In 2012 there were several reports in the Colombian media that Grupo
Santodomingo was keen to buy back the radio network.
Grupo Santodomingo still owns Caracol Television, one of Colombia’s two largest television networks.
Caracol Radio is widely seen as being more independent and critical in its news
reporting than RCN. It is therefore more trusted as a source of news and information.
An Audiencescapes www.audiencescapes.org survey of the Colombian urban media
in 2009 showed that Caracol Radio was regarded as trustworthy by 25% of
respondents, whereas, RCN La Radio was only trusted by 21%.
Caracol Radio is based in Bogota, but has content-producing radio studios in all the
country’s main cities.
Its flagship station, Caracol Radio, broadcasts from 31 cities across Colombia on
both FM and AM Medium Wave.
In addition, the group operates eight other radio stations that target particular
segments of the population.
Several of these stations have a broad national reach.
Some of Caracol Radio’s entertainment stations, such as La W, Bésame and Los 40
Principales, are local variants of international radio networks owned by Prisa.
These operate in several Latin American countries.
In 2007 Caracol worked with UNHCR to transmit humanitarian messages to
internally displaced people (IDPs).
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Its local stations in several cities that usually played popular music programmes and
soap operas, were used to broadcast messages to IDPs about their entitlements
under Colombian law, as well as practical information about how and where to
register and receive assistance.
The main radio stations of Caracol Radio are described in detail below.
President - Ricardo Alarcón
Tel: +57 1 348 7600
Address: Caracol Radio, Calle 67 # 7-37, piso 7, Bogotá
Caracol Radio (station) www.caracol.com.co
Caracol Radio is a national talk radio station which focuses on news, current affairs,
sport and entertainment.
It is the flagship station of the Caracol Radio network.
Caracol Radio commands a larger audience than any other radio station in Colombia
according to the Estudio Continuo de Audiencias de Radio (ECAR) (Continuous
Study of Radio Audiences).
It broadcasts on FM and AM Medium Wave from 31 cities across Colombia, on
satellite and online.
Caracol Radio’s morning news and current affairs magazine programme Hoy por
Hoy (The Day Today) is Colombia’s most widely listened to radio programme, according to ECAR and another benchmark media survey Estudio General de
Medios (EGM).
It is on air Monday to Friday from 04.00 to 10.00.
Local Caracol stations opt out of the programme to broadcast 10-minute bulletins of
local and regional news at 05.20, 06.20 and 07.20.
Another 60-minute midday news programme Hora de Mediodia goes out at 12.00.
The main evening news and current affairs programme Hora 20.00 is a two-hour
show which starts at 19.00.
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The following list of Caracol Radio transmitters and frequencies is published on the
group’s website:
Caracol Bogotá
Caracol Bogotá
Caracol Medellín
Caracol Medellín
Caracol Cali
Caracol Cali
Caracol Barranquilla
Caracol Pereira
Caracol Bucaramanga
Caracol Cúcuta
Caracol Manizales
Caracol Armenia
Caracol Ibagué
Caracol Neiva
Caracol Pitalito
Caracol Garzón
Caracol Pasto
Caracol Popayán
Caracol Cartagena
Caracol Montería
Caracol San Andrés
Caracol Sincelejo
Caracol Duitama /Sogamoso
Caracol Vélez
Caracol Tunja
Caracol Valledupar
Caracol Managué
Caracol Guaviare
Caracol Quibdó
Caracol Yopal
Caracol Tuluá
Caracol Sevilla
Caracol Florencia
Caracol Ríohacha
810 AM
100.9 FM
750 AM
102.3 FM
99.9 FM
820 AM
1.100 AM
950 AM
880 AM
1.090 AM
1.180 AM
1.150 AM
1.260 AM
1.010 AM
97.3 FM
88.3 FM
1.280 AM
1.330 AM
1.170 AM
1.310 AM
1.260 AM
1.580 AM
1.090 AM
1.410 AM
1.170 AM
1.050 AM
960 AM
102.3 FM
91.3 FM
106.3 FM
1.440 AM
1.530 AM
970 AM
91.7 FM
W Radio www.wradio.com.co
W Radio is a nationwide news, sports and music station that plays classic hits from
the 1970s onwards.
It forms part of an international network of W Radio stations owned by the Prisa
group. The others broadcast in Mexico, Panama, Chile and Spain.
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In Colombia, W Radio forms part of the Caracol Radio group.
Tropicana www.tropicanafm.com
Tropicana broadcasts Colombian popular music in 25 cities around the country.
It can be heard in Bogota on 102.9 FM.
Tropicana belongs to the Caracol Radio group.
Radioacktiva www.radioacktiva.com
This is an FM radio station that plays international rock music.
It is mainly aimed young people.
Radioacktiva belongs to the Caracol Radio group.
Bésame www.besamefm
This radio station, whose name means “Kiss me” in English, plays romantic mood music and classic hits from the 1980s.
It is targeted at women in the 25 to 40 age bracket.
The Bogota-based station forms part of an international network of Bésame stations
belonging to the Prisa group.
The others broadcast in Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica and Chile.
In Colombia, Bésame forms part of the Caracol Radio group.
Oxígeno www.oxigeno.fm
Oxígeno is a light entertainment and music station aimed at a youth audience
It forms part of the Caracol Radio group.
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Radio Recuerdos
This Medium Wave station plays traditional Colombian music for the older
generation.
It broadcasts nationwide on 690 AM.
Radio Recuerdos does not have a website.
It forms part of the Caracol Radio group.
Los 40 Principales www.los40.com.co
This is a pop music and light entertainment station for youth that broadcasts tin
several Latin American countries.
It is also on air in Spain, Colombia, México, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala,
Panamá and Costa Rica.
The Colombian station forms part of the Caracol Radio group.
colorín Coloradio www.colorincolorradio.com
This is an educational and entertainment radio station for children.
Email: [email protected]
HJCK www.hjck.com
This cultural radio station plays jazz, blues, son cubano and classical music.
Since 2005 HJCK has only broadcast via the internet.
It forms part of the Caracol Radio group.
Tel: +57 1 236 3840
Email: [email protected]
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RCN Radio www.rcnradio.com.co
RCN Radio is one of the two dominant radio networks in Colombia.
Like its main competitor, Caracol Radio, RCN runs a national flagship station and a
portfolio of secondary stations aimed at niche sectors of the radio audience.
RCN is owned by the Adila Lulle group, one of Colombia’s largest privately owned business conglomerates. It grew out of a soft drinks bottling company in Cali.
RCN, which stands for Radio Cadena Nacional (National Radio Chain), also owns
one of Colombia’s two largest comercial televisión networks..
Its media outlets are generally regarded as taking a more pro-government line than
those of Caracol Radio and Caracol Television.
An Audiencescapes www.audiencescapes.org survey of the Colombian urban media
in 2009 showed that Caracol Radio was regarded as trustworthy by 25% of
respondents, whereas, RCN La Radio was only trusted by 21%.
RCN’s national flagship radio station is called RCN La Radio. It broadcasts on AM
Medium Wave from studios in 27 cities across Colombia.
The group also operates several other radio stations that target niche audiences.
These have varying degrees of national coverage.
La FM, a talk station, and La Mega, a music and entertainment station, are the
largest and most popular.
Some of the larger RCN stations offer regional variations in programming at certain
times of day.
President - Fernando Molina
Tel: +57 1 314 7070
Address: RCN Radio, Calle 37 # 13 A-19, Bogotá
RCN La Radio www.rcnradio.com.co
RCN La Radio is a talk radio station that carries a lot of news and current affairs
programming.
Its main news magazine programme is RCN Noticias de la Mañana (RCN Morning
News). This goes out from 06.00 to 10.00 Monday to Friday.A shorter version of the
programme is broadcast at weekends.
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The lunchtime news show RCN Noticias del Media Dia (RCN Midday News) goes
out daily at 12.00. It lasts for two hours Monday to Friday and is shortened to one
hour at weekends.
The station broadcasts a special weekly programme aimed at former rebel and
paramiliary fighers who are trying to reintegrate back into civilian life.
This programme, La Reintegración: el camino hacía la Paz (Reintegration: the path
towards peace), goes out on Sunday night. It is sponsored by the government-run
Agencia Colombiana para la Reintegracion (Colombian Agency for Reintegration). It
opens the lines to anyone, particularly to those who have left violence behind who
call in to tell their own stories.
La Noche de la Libertad (The Night of Freedom) is a late night programme on
Sundays and Mondays that reaches out to those who have been kidnapped and their
families. It includes a special phone-in for people to send messages to those who
are held in the bush.
RCN La Radio, broadcasts on the following frequencies:
RCN Apartadó
RCN Armenia
RCN Barbosa
RCN Barranquilla
RCN Bogotá
RCN Bucaramanga
RCN Cali
RCN Cartagena
RCN Cúcuta
RCN Girardot
RCN Ibagué
RCN Medellín
RCN Manizales
RCN Monteria
RCN Neiva
RCN Pasto
RCN Pereira
RCN Popayán
RCN San Andrés
RCN San Gil
RCN Santa Marta
RCN Sincelejo
RCN Sogamoso
RCN Tuluá
RCN Tunja
RCN Valledupar
RCN Villavicencio
1310 AM
1240 AM
1140 AM
760 AM
93.9 FM y 650 AM*
800 AM
980 AM
1000 AM
940 AM
1290 AM
1180 AM
990 AM
1060 AM
1050 AM
1150 AM
1340 AM
1020 AM
1370 AM
910 AM
1220 AM
640 AM
1340 AM
1200 AM
1170 AM
1380 AM
1260 AM
1110 AM
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La FM www.lafm.com.co
La FM is a popular news, sports and pop music station that broadcasts in 10 cities
across Colombia.
Its morning programming is dominated by news, while its afternoon and evening
schedules focus on sport and lifestyle topics.
La FM belongs to the RCN Radio group. It broadcasts in the following locations:
Bogotá 94.9 FM
Cali 98.5 FM
Medellín 106.3 FM
Cúcuta 102.7 FM
Eje Cafetero 98.5 FM
Manizales 99.7 FM
Fusagasugá 103.3 FM
Barranquilla 93.1 FM
Bucaramanga 99.7 FM
Boyacá 93.1 FM
La Mega www.lamega.com.co
La Mega is a popular music and light entertainment station for youth that broadcasts
on FM in 16 cities across Colombia.
It forms part of the RCN Radio group. La Mega broadcasts in the following locations:
Bogotá 90.9 FM
Cali 92.5 FM
Medellín 92.9 FM
Cúcuta 99.2 FM
Barranquilla 93.1 FM
Bucaramanga 102.5 FM
Armenia 96.7 FM
Pereira 105.2 FM
Cartagena 94.5 FM
Girardot 89.3 FM
Manizales 105.2 FM
Ibagué 107.5 FM
Neiva 90.3 FM
Popayán 100.1 FM
Villavicencio 104.3 FM
San Andrés 100.5 FM
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Radio Uno www.radio1.com.co
Radio Uno is a music and entertainment station that broadcasts on FM and AM
Medium Wave in 25 towns and cities.
It forms part of the RCN Radio group.
Bogotá 88.9 FM
Cali 100.5 FM
Medellín 93.9 FM
Cúcuta 91.7 FM
Manizales 95.7 FM
Armenia 107.7 FM
Barranquilla 95.6 FM
Pereira 94.7 FM
Montería 1220 AM
Ibagué 88.3 FM
Neiva 1100 AM
Pasto 94.1 FM
Barranca 98.7 FM
Girardot 93.6 FM
Florencia 1440 AM
La Ceja 97.3 FM
Tunja 102.1 FM
Fredonia 91.3 FM
Santa Marta 1350 AM
Caucacia 1350 AM
Bucaramanga 106.7 FM
Villa de Leyva 91.3 FM
La Dorada 1080 AM
Buenaventura 1340 AM
Villapinzón 103.3 FM
Rumba www.rumba.com.co
This radio station plays Latin American popular music on FM in 19 cities.
It forms part of the RCN Radio group.
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Rumba broadcasts in the following locations:
Bogotá 105.4 FM
Barranca 87.7 FM
Barraquilla 99.1 FM
Barbosa 98.2 FM
Bucaramanga 103.7 FM
Cali 97.5 FM
Cartagena 102.5 FM
Caucasia 91.3 FM
Ibagué 88.3 FM
Lorica 91.7 FM
Medellín 106.9 FM
Ocaña 107.7 FM
Pereira 105.2 FM
Planeta Rica 97.5 FM
Riohacha 93.7 FM
Santa Marta 106.9 FM
Sogamoso 106.1 FM
Tumaco 91.1 FM
Valledupar 100.7 FM
La Cariñosa www.xn--lacariosa-q6a.com
La Cariñosa is a music station that plays old favourites. It broadcasts on AM Medium
Wave from 17 towns and cities.
The station belongs to the RCN Radio group. It broadcasts in the following locations:
Bogotá 610 AM
Armenia 1400 AM
Barrancabermeja 1320 AM
Buenaventura 1340 AM
Cartagena 1270 AM
Caucasia 1350 AM
Cúcuta 1210 AM
Duitama 1030 AM
Espinal 1050 AM
Girardot 1320 AM
Ibagué 1420 AM
Manizales 1450 AM
Neiva 1340 AM
Pasto 1460 AM
Santa Marta 1350 AM
Sevilla 105.6 FM
Tulúa 1560 AM
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Antena 2 www.antena2.com.co
Antena 2 is a sports radio station, with an emphasis on football and cycling.
It belongs to the RCN Radio group and broadcasts from six large cities on AM
Medium Wave:
Bogotá 650 AM
Barranquilla 1400 AM
Cali 1030 AM
Pereira 1330 AM
Medellín 670 AM
Bucaramanga 1480 AM
Amor www.amores.com.co
This is a music and entertainment radio station that deals with love, sex and matters
of the heart.
It forms part of the RCN Radio group and broadcasts on FM in the following
locations:
Bogotá 1340 AM
Medellín 94.4 FM
Zipaquirá 96.3 FM
El Sol www.elsol.com.co
El Sol is radio station that plays salsa music on FM three cities in western Colombia:
Medellin 107.9 FM
Cali 98.8 FM
Tuluá 96.1 FM
It was launched in 2008 and belongs to the RCN Radio group.
Fantástica www.fantastica.com.co
Fantástica is a pop music station that broadcasts on FM in Bogota (104.4 FM) and
Medellin (96.9 FM).
It forms part of the RCN Radio group.
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Radio Nacional de Colombia www.radionacionaldecolombia.gov.co
Radio Nacional de Colombia is the government’s flagship national radio station.
It carries a lot of news and current affairs programming, interspersed with music and
drama.
The main morning news and current affairs magazine programme Noticias Radio
Nacional, is broadcast from 05.00 to 10.00 Monday to Friday.
Radio Nacional de Colombia has 39 transmitters across the country covering 36
locations.
Besides covering Colombia’s main cities, these also serve many remote
communities which Colombia’s national commercial stations fail to reach.
A map showing the location of all the Radio Nacional transmitters and the
frequencies on which they broadcast is available online through the RTVC website at
https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=204458338890805724461.0004bcd4c9f36
ebbd5b23&msa=0&ll=10.768556,-72.004395&spn=18.485917,33.815918
Radio Nacional broadcasts on both FM and AM Medium Wave and provides
broadcast coverage of most of Colombia’s population.
The station forms part of the state broadcasting corporation Radio Television de
Colombia (RTVC) www.rtvc.gov.co.
This also operates a music radio station, Radionica, and three national television
channels.
Radio Nacional de Colombia broadcasts in the following locations:
Bogotá 95.9 FM and 95.4 FM
Leticia (Amazonas) 95.5 FM
Medellin (Antioquia) 550 AM
Chigorodo (Antioquia) 89.3 FM
Barranquilla (Atlantico) 680 AM
Tunja (Boyaca) 97.3 FM and 560AM
Chiqinquira (Boyaca) 95.3 FM
Manizales (Caldas) 92.7 FM and 1000 AM
Florencia (Caqueta) 96.3 FM
San Vicente del Caguan (Caqueta) 94.3 FM
Popoyan (Cauca) 90.1 FM
Valledupar (Cesar) 98.7 FM
Monteria (Cordoba) 98.5 FM
El Rosal (Cundinamarca) 570 AM
Riohacha (Guajira) 610 AM
Garzon (Huila) 94.3 FM
Villavicencio (Meta) 92.3 FM
Pasto (Narino) 95.3 FM
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Barrancabermeja (Norte de Santander) 94.7 FM
Cucuta (Norte de Santander) 96.9 FM
Pamplona (Norte de Santander) 97.9 FM
El Carmen (Norte de Santander) 104.7 FM
Mocoa (Putumayo) 98.3 FM
Armenia (Quindio) 98.7 FM
San Gil (Santander) 93.7 FM
Bucaramanga (Santander) 92.3 FM
Ibague (Tolima) 99.0 FM
Cali (Valle del Cauca) 580 AM
Arauca (Arauca) 92.3 FM
Puerto Carreno (Vichada) 94.3 FM
Inirida (Guaiania) 92.3 FM
Mitu (Vaupes) 88.3 FM
Santiago Perez (Tolima) 106.5 FM
San Jacinto (Bolivar) 89.8 FM
Cerro Neiva (Neiva) 94.3 FM
San Andres Caribbean island 99.5 FM
Tel: +57 1 220 0700
Email: [email protected]
Address: RTVC, Carrera. 45 No 26-33, Bogotá
Radionica www.radionica.gov.co
Radionica is an FM popular music station with regular news bulletins.
It forms part of the state broadcasting corporation Radio Television de Colombia
(RTVC) www.rtvc.gov.co.
Radionica is on air in the following cities:
Bogotá 99.1 FM
Medellin 99.9 FM
Cali 94.5 FM
Barranquilla 95.1 FM
Cartagena 91.1 FM
Santa Marta 95.1 FM
Riohacha 95.1 FM
Tel: +57 1 220 0728
Address: RTVC, Carrera 45 # 26-33, Bogotá
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Emisora del Ejercito www.emisoraejercito.mil.co
Emisora del Ejército is the army radio network. It broadcasts mainly to rural areas of
Colombia where the army is involved in fighting the FARC and ELN rebel
movements.
Network programming is produced at the headquarters in Bogota.
This is relayed by Emisora del Ejército’s 97 local stations. These also produce some of their own programming,
Emisora del Ejército’s central studios in Bogota produce national programming which
is relayed by the network’s 97 local radio stations across Colombia.
These small stations also produce some local output.
Most broadcast on FM, but a few transmit on AM Medium Wave.
The aim of the army radio network is to develop closer ties and trust between army
units involved in counter-insurgency operations and the local population.
Its broadcasts include a lot of civic education programmes as well as programmes
aimed at persuading left-wing guerrillas to put down their guns.
A full list of Emisora del Ejército stations can be found on the Ministry of Technology,
Information and Communications website in the list of “Radios de interes publico” on
web page www.mintic.gov.co/index.php/radio-difusion-sonora. Click on the link
“Listado de emisoras” at the bottom of the page.
Director – Major Sandra Gomes Penagos.
Tel:
+57 1 240 7374
+57 1 240 7340/
Address: Emisora del Ejército, Calle 80 No. 38-00 br Escuela Militar de Cadetes,
Bogotá
Radio Policía Nacional
www.policia.gov.co/portal/page/portal/Noticias_y_Documentacion/Medios_Comunica
cion_Institucionales/Emisoras/emisora_Bogota92.4fm
The national police force runs its own FM radio network.
It broadcasts mainly to Colombia’s largest cities, but also to many remote
communities – especially in the lawless eastern plains.
Radio Policía Nacional broadcasts a mixture of news, civil education programming
and music.
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It operates 27 local radio stations in the following towns and cities:
Bogotá 92.4 FM
Bucaramanga (Santander) 91.7 FM
Barranquilla (Atlantico) 102.6 FM
Cartagena (Bolivar) 106.0 FM
Riohacha (Guajira) 88.7 FM
Valledupar (Cesar) 92.7 FM
Cucuta (Norte de Santander) 88.7 FM
Monteria (Cordoba) 95.5 FM
Villavicencio (Meta) 101.8 FM
Florencia (Caqueta) 103.1 FM
Puerto Carreno (Vichada) 99.3 FM
San José del Guaviare (Guaviare) 91.7 FM
Yopal (Casanare) 91.7 FM
Mitu (Vaupes) 91.3 FM
Arauca (Arauca) 90.3 FM
Leticia (Amazonas) 98.9 FM
Medellin (Anitioquia) 96.4 FM
Cali (Valle del Cauca)102.0 FM
Manizales (Caldas) 103.7 FM
Pereira (Risaralda) 99.1 FM
Popoyan (Cauca) 94.1 FM
Pasto (Narino) 91.6 FM
Quibdo (Quindio) 104.3 FM
Ibague (Tolima) 100.0 FM
Tunja (Boyaca) 93.6 FM
Santa Rosa de Viterbo (Boyaca) 98.1 FM – location of police college
San Andres Caribbean island 105.5 FM
The telephone numbers and addresses of these stations can be found on the radio
station’s website. Click on the link to “Emisoras” on the home page.
Headquarters in Bogotá
Tel:
+57 1 212 4212
+57 1 212 4230
Address: Radio Policia Nacional, Carrera 1A No. 57-00 Chapinero Alto. Interior E-2,
Bogotá.
Minuto de Dios www.radiominutodedios.com
Minuto de Dios is a network of religious radio stations run by the Roman Catholic
Church.
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It operates radio stations in several large cities, including :
Bogotá 107.9FM
Medellin 1230 AM
Barranquilla 1370 AM
Cartagena 89.5 FM
In addition, the Catholic Church operates more than 50 stand-alone radio stations
across Colombia.
A full list of these stations and their contact details can be found on the Catholic
media directory website www.intermirifica.net
Tel: +57 1 7433070
Address: Radio Minuto de Dios, Carrera 73A, No 81-32, Bogotá
Colmundo http://colmundoradio.com.co
Colmundo is a Christian-inspired national radio station that targets listeners over the
age of 30.
It does not carry overtly religious programming and does not have formal links to any
particular church.
The radio station was set up by Nestor Chamorro in 1989 after he was inspired by a
visit to Israel.
Colmundo broadcasts a varied range of programming that includes news, music ,
entertainment shows and programmes about health.
It broadcasts on AM Medium Wave in the following cities:
Bogotá 1040 AM
Medellin 140 AM
Cali 620 AM
Cartagena 620 AM
Barranquilla 1430 AM
Pereira 1270 AM
Pasto 1040 AM
Cucuta 660 AM
Bucaramanga 1230 AM
Ibague 920 AM
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Tel:
+57 1 217 9220
+57 1 548 3535
+37 1 548 4197
Address, Columundo Radio SA, Diagonal 61D No 26A -29, Bogota
Blu Radio www.bluradio.com
Blu Radio is a news, sports and current affairs radio station that began broadcasting
from Bogotá in September 2012.
Blu Radio gives a new foothold in radio to the powerful Grupo Santodomingo,
which owns Caracol Television and the daily newspaper El Espectador.
Grupo Santodomingo formerly owned the Caracol Radio network, but sold it to the
Spanish media group Prisa in 2003.
In November 2012, Blu Radio was broadcasting on FM in the following cities:
Bogotá 96.9 FM
Medellin 97.9 FM.
Villavicencio 96.3FM
Neiva 103.1FM
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Television overview
Television is the main source of news, information and entertainment for Colombians
in both urban and rural areas.
More than 94% of Colombians watch television regularly, according to the 2011
media audience survey Estudio General de Medios (EGM)
www.slideshare.net/prensanet/egm-2011-3ola#btnNext.
This survey of 12,000 people in 15 towns and cities found that 77.2% of respondents
watched television every day.
A further 15.3% watched TV on least five days each week.
Television viewing is dominated by just two national commercial channels:
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RCN TV www.canalrcnmsn.com
Caracol Television www.canalrcnmsn.com.
Both offer a broad range of news, sport and family entertainment programming.
Their soap operas, known as telenovelas, are particularly popular.
The EGM survey found that 96.6% of viewers watched RCN TV and Caracol
Television regularly.
RCN TV was slightly ahead in the ratings.
89.7% of viewers said they had watched the channel in the previous month and
71.4% on the previous day.
The EGM survey found that 85.0% of viewers had watched Caracol Television in the
previous month and 63.4% had watched it in the previous 24 hours.
The government has talked for several years about licensing a third national
commercial TV channel to break the RCN/Caracol duopoly. However, as of
December 2012 no new national licence had been issued
The closest challenger to the RCN TV and Caracol Television is the Bogotá
commercial television channel City TV www.citytv.com.co.
According to the 2011 EGM survey, City TV is watched regularly by 56.5% of viewers
in the capital, which has a population of over seven million.
City TV’s audience figures in the rest of the country are lower, but it is still the third
most popular channel in the whole of Colombia.
Just over 30% of television viewers nationwide watch City TV regularly, according to
the EGM.
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City TV belongs to Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the owners of El Tiempo newspaper,
Most television viewing takes place at home in the evening.
94% of respondents to the EGM survey said they watched television at night.
From Monday to Friday there is a secondary peak in television audiences at
lunchtime.
This secondary peak moves to the afternoon at weekends.
During the early morning, all the main TV channels carry breakfast news and current
affairs shows, but at that time of day many people prefer to listen to radio instead.
Cable and satellite TV
Most Colombians watch free-to-air terrestrial broadcasts, but cable and satellite
television are growing fast in popularity.
By 2012 there were more than 3.9 million cable television subscribers in the country
according to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications
www.mintic.gov.co.
Besides offering a selection of Colombian and international TV channels, cable
operators also provide internet connections.
There are about 40 city-based commercial cable networks.
In addition, Colombia has more than 760 Community Television cable networks.
These transmit a selection of up to seven mainstream television channels by cable to
individual households in small towns and villages.
Every community cable network is legally obliged to produce and broadcast between
one and 10 hours per week of its own local programming each week.
However, these not-for-profit organisations are limited to a maximum of 15,000
subscribers.
The 2011 EGM survey showed that the most popular foreign TV channels on
commercial pay-TV networks werre Discovery Channel, TNT, Animal Planet and
Fox TV.
State television
The state broadcasting corporation Radio Television de Colombia (RTCV)
www.radionacionaldecolombia.gov.co broadcasts three national channels.
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All of them have a strong focus on news and information and educational and
cultural programming.
However, the RTVC channels are only watched by a small minority of viewers.
Canal Uno and Señalcolombia are the most popular RTVC channels.
The 2011 EGM survey showed that one in 10 viewers had watched these two
channels in the previous month.
Canal Uno www.canaluno.com.co broadcasts a varied mix of news, sport,
educational and entertainment programming.
This is provided by a consortium of four privately owned TV production companies.
Each one provides 32 hours of programming a week.
Señalcolombia www.senalcolombia.tv offers a broad range of educational and
cultural programming provided directly by its own staff. It broadcasts a lot of films
and documentaries.
RTVC’s third channel, Canal Institucional http://www.institucional.gov.co provides
information about government departments and agencies and the services which
they offer. It also provides a platform for political debate.
It often broadcasts live debates in parliament.
However, the rather dry content of Canal Institucional has limited public appeal.
According to the EGM survey, fewer than one in 20 Colombians bother to watch it.
Regional public TV channels
There are nine state-owned regional channels.
These have a much stronger appeal than the RTVC national channels in the areas
where they broadcast.
The 2011 EGM survey found that on average they were watched by about 15% of
television viewers.
The regional channels are mostly controlled by the provincial governments of the
departments that they serve. They carry a lot of regional news and information.
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The regional channels are:
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Canal 13 www.canal13.com.co This channel is based in Bogota. It produces
entertainment programming for a youth audience in eastern Colombia. The
channel is majority owned by the Ministry of Technology, Information and
Communication.
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Canal Capital www.canalcapital.gov.co This television station serves the city
of Bogotá. It is run by the municipal authority.
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Teleantioquia www.teleantioquia.com.co is a regional television channel
based in Medellin. It serves the department of Antioquia. The station focuses
on regional news and current affairs and also carries entertainment
programming.
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Telemedellín www.telemedellin.tv is a local station serving Medellín,
Colombia’s second largest city. It is owned by the Medellín city authority.
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Telecaribe www.telecaribe.com.co is a government-run regional television
channel serving the Caribbean coastal region. It is based in Barranquilla and
is controlled by the provincial governments Atlántico, Cesar, Córdoba, Sucre,
Magdalena and Guajira.
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Telepacífico. www.telepacifico.com is a government-run regional television
station serving western Colombia. It is based in Cali. It carries four
programmes of regional news per day and a range of educational and cultural
programming. Its 19 transmitters cover the main towns in the departments of
Valle del Cauca, Cauca, Chocó and Nariño.
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Canal TRO www.canaltro.com is a government-run regional television station
serving the northeastern departments of Santander and Norte de Santander.
It has studios in Bucaramanga and Cúcuta
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Telecafé www.telecafe.tv is a regional television channel serving the main
coffee-growing region of central Colombia. It is based in Manizales and has
studios in Armenia and Pereira. Telecafé covers the departments of Caldas,
Quindío and Risaralda.
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Teleislas www.teleislas.com.co This small television station broadcasts to the
Caribbean islands of San Andres and Providencia. Traditionally the people
of these islands spoke English rather than Spanish. The islands are a dutyfree zone. The government has been promoting them for many years as a
tourism destination.
In addition there are more than 40 local television channels run by a variety of notfor-profit organisations.
These broadcast free-to-air from terrestrial transmitters, but they tend to command
very small niche audiences.
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Community television
Colombia had 763 community television networks in April 2012, according to the
Autoridad Nacional de Television (ANTA) www.antv.gov.co , the government
authority which licences and regulates television.
These not-for-profit associations are allowed to distribute up to seven mainstream
national and regional television channels by cable to a maximum of 15,000
subscribers.
Community cable networks often provide the only means by which local people can
see mainstream TV channels in media-dark areas which Colombia’s free-to-air
terrestrial transmitters fail to reach.
However, the community TV associations are not just cable distributors of third party
programming.
Each one is legally obliged to produce and broadcast a few hours of its own
programming each week.
Community television stations have an official remit to produce programming that
satisfies the community’s educational, recreational and cultural needs.
They are also charged with promoting the rights and responsibilities of individual
citizens and encouraging their participation in society.
Community TV stations are not allowed to broadcast religious or politically motivated
programming or place programmes from other TV licence holders on their own
channel.
Those with fewer than 2,000 subscribers are legally obliged to produce and
broadcast at least one hour of original programming per week.
Community stations with 2,000 to 8,000 subscribers have to broadcast at least two
hours or original programming per week, plus an additional half hour for each third
party channel that they distribute.
Community stations with more than 8,000 subscribers have to produce a minimum of
two hours of original programming per week, plus an extra hour for every additional
1,000 subscribers and an extra half hour for each encoded channel distributed.
A full list of community TV stations is published by the ANTV on web page
/www.antv.gov.co/InfoSectorial/operadores/index_operadores.html
A list of community TV networks by department is also published in Annex II of this
guide.
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Community TV stations are allowed to sell advertising within their own broadcast
programming.
However, they may not insert advertising to the programming of other channels that
they relay.
People working within the community television sector would like to see the licensing
conditions made more flexible.
In particular, they would like the ceiling of 15,000 subscribers per network raised so
that community stations could serve larger population groups.
Community TV activists would also like individual stations to be able to share their
own programming output with neighbouring community stations more easily.
The most common programme formats on community television are local news
bulletins and magazine programmes and live broadcasts of sporting fixtures and
cultural events.
Community TV stations are seen as an information lifeline in many communities
plagued by drug trafficking and paramilitary activity.
They generally avoid commenting on or documenting acts of violence, but they do
address these issues indirectly.
TVO Bien, a community station on the outskirts of Medellin, for example,
produces television dramas about the waves of displaced people fleeing to the city to
escape conflict in the countryside.
The Community Television Multiactive Cooperative - Cooperativa multiactiva de
televisión comunitaria (COMUtv) www.comutv.org – is an organisation that
represents and supports community television networks in Colombia.
It is based in Medellin and has more than 100 member community TV networks
across the country.
COMUtv buys equipment in bulk on behalf of its members and provides them with
technical support.
It also negotiates deals with the television channels that are relayed by community
cable networks.
The association promotes joint programme productions between different community
TV networks and the distribution of these programmes to other community stations.
Another lobby group for the community television sector is the Consejo Nacional de
Television Comunitaria http://consejonacionalcolombiacntc.blogspot.co.uk
This brings together six regional community television associations.
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Television stations
National television stations
RCN Televisión www.canalrcnmsn.com
RCN TV is Colombia’s most popular television channel.
It broadcasts a wide range of news, sport and family entertainment and claims to
reach 97% of the country’s population.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) 2011 media survey, RCN TV
was regularly watched by 89.5% of Colombian television viewers
Its overall share of the national television audience was 27.0%, just ahead of its main
rival Caracol Television, on 25.1%.
RCN TV, which has a companion radio network, is owned by Ardila Lulle group, one
of Colombia’s largest privately owned business conglomerates. The Arlia Lulle grew out of a soft drinks bottling firm in Cali.
RCN media outlets have a reputation for being more pro-government than those of
Caracol, which are widely perceived as being more critical and independent.
RCN TV is based in Bogotá. It has been on air continuously since 1976.
It carries daily news programmes at 06.30, 12.30, 19.00 and 23.00.
The channel has a track record of collaborating with Colombian and international aid
agencies at times of humanitarian crisis, particularly with the Red Cross.
RCN journalists are trained to report from hostile environments. This helps them to
to operate in areas of Colombia affected by the left-wing guerrilla insurgency and
drug cultivation and smuggling.
In addition to its flagship national channel RCN TV, RCN owns several specialist
channels which are broadcast by cable and satellite. These include:
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Nuestra Tele Noticias 24 Horas (NTN24) www.ntn24.com, an international
news channel called which broadcasts by satellite and cable throughout Latin
America and North America.
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RCN Nuestra Tele www.rcnnuestratele.co, an international satellite and cable
channel with mixed programming. It is also known as TV Colombia. It is
available in several Latin American countries, the United States, Canada and
Spain.
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RCN Telenovelas www.rcntelenovelas.com.co, a pay-TV satellite and cable
channel that shows non-stop soap operas. RCN said it had 800,000
subscribers in 2012.
RCN Head of News - Clara Elvira Ospina
Director of NTN24 - Claudia Gurisatti
Tel: +57 1 426 9292
E mail: [email protected]
Address: RCN TV, Avenida de las Américas # 65-82, Bogotá
Caracol Television www.caracoltv.com
Caracol Television is one of the two most popular televisión channels in Colombia.
This privately-owned commmercial TV channel broadcasts a varied diet of news,
sports and family entertainment. The latter includes soap operas, known as
telenovelas, and children’s programmes
Caracol Television broadcasts round the clock from studios in Bogota. It does not
offer any regional variations in programming.
In recent years Caracol has commanded slightly lower televisión audiences than its
main competitor RCN TV.
Caracol Television said in its 2012 annual report that it achieved a 25.1% share of
the national TV audience in 2011, not far behind RCN TV, which led with 27.0%.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media audience survey found that Caracol
Television was regularly watched by 85.0% of all televisión viewers in 2011.
Caracol Television broadcasts free-to-air from 135 terrestrial transmitters that cover
most of Colombia. It also broadcasts to the entire country by satellite via Intelsat 9.
The company is owned by Grupo Santodomingo, one of Colombia’s largest privately owned business conglomerates. It is controlled by the Santo Domingo family, one of
the world’s richest families.
Grupo Santodomingo’s other media assets include the Bogota daily newspaper El
Espectador, the daily free sheet ADN, the weekly magazine Cromos and Blu
Radio, a news and current affairs radio station launched in September 2012.
The conglomerate formerly owned Caracol Radio as well, but it sold this leading
radio network to the Spanish media group Prisa in 2003.
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Grupo Domingo and Prisa signed an agreement that allows both companies to use
the Caracol brand name for broadcasting.
Caracol Television is one of Colombia’s oldest TV channels. It has been on air
continuously since 1954.
The main news programmes are broadcast at 06.30 in the morning and 19.00 in the
evening.
The morning news show Noticias Caracol is a 105-minute magazine programme that
claims the highest ratings of all shows on Colombian morning televisión.
The evening edition of Noticias Caracol lasts 60 minutes
Caracol broadcasts a weekly investigative journalism programme called Séptimo Día
(Seventh Day) on Sundays at 20.00. This looks into abuses denounced by members
of the public.
At 05.00 every morning, a special programme for farmers, La Finca de Hoy (The
Farm Today), spends 60 minutes looking at issues related to farming and rural life.
Caracol Television has an international distribution arm called Caracol Internacional
www.caracolinternacional.com, based in Miami, Florida.
This syndicates Caracol productions, particularly its popular telenovelas, to other
broadcasters around the world.
President - Carlos Alejandro Pérez
Tel: +57 1 643 0430
Address: Canal Caracol, Calle 103 #50-45, Barrio La Floresta, Bogotá
City TV www.citytv.com.co
City TV is Colombia’s third most popular televisión channel.
Technically it is a local comercial channel that only broadcasts to the capital
Bogotá,.
However, in reality CityTV is widely viewed throughout Colombia on cable and
satellite.
The channel belongs to Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the owner of El Tiempo,
Colombia’s largest and most influential quality newspaper.
It broadcasts news and a wide variety of entertainment programming.
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According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media audience survey for
2011, 30.7% of all televisión viewers in Colombia had watched City TV at some point
in the previous month.
The EGM found that City TV was watched by 56.5% of viewers in Bogotá,.
The channel carries two editions per day of its main news programme, City Noticias.
The lunchtime news show goes out at 12.00.
A slightly longer evening news programme is broadcast at 20.00.
Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the group which owns City TV, was formerly controlled by
the Santos family – a major player in Liberal politics.
The Colombian billionaire banker and industrialist Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo,
who was previously a minority shareholder, acquired full control of the media group
in May 2012.
General Manager - Lorencita Santamaría
Tel: +57 1 344 4060
E mail: [email protected]
Address: City TV, Avenida Jiménez # 6-77, Bogotá
Radio Television Colombiana (RTVC) www.rtvc.gov.co
RTVC is the state broadcasting corporation. It runs three national televisión channels
which can be seen by approximately 94% of Colombia’s population.
All three RTVC channels focus on public information, education and cultura, rather
than popular entertainment.
They are only viewed regularly by a small minority of the population.
The three channels are:
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Canal Uno www.canaluno.com.co
Seňalcolombia www.senalcolombia.tv
Canal Institucional www.institucional.gov.co
Separate profiles of each channel are given below.
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Manager – Dario Montenegro
Tel: +57 1 220 0700
Email: [email protected]
Address: RTVC, Avenida El Dorado Cr 45-26 – 33, Bogotá
Canal Uno www.canaluno.com.co
Canal Uno is a national is a general interest news, sports and entertainment
channel. channel owned by the state broadcasting corporation Radio Televisión
Nacional de Colombia (RTVC).
It is operated by a consortium of four privately owned content providers.
i Canal Uno’s most popular programme is its 45-minute evening news show CM&,
which goes out at 21.30.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) 2011 media audience survey,
12.1% of viewers had watched Canal Uno in the previous month, but only 3.0% had
watched it on the previous day.
Each of the four content providers for Canal Uno contributes 32 hours of
programming per week.
In December 2012, the content providers for Canal Uno were:
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Jorge Barón Televisión (NTC) www.jorgebarontelevision.com.co
CM& www.cmi.com.co
Sportsat Televisión www.sportsat.com.co
Colombiana de Televisión www.coltevision.com
NTC Manager – Jorge Acosta
Tel: +57 1 410 7337
E mail: [email protected]
Address, Canal Uno, Avenida El Dorado # 85 D-55, local 107, Bogotá
Seňalcolombia www.senalcolombia.tv
Seňalcolombia is a national television channel owned and operated by the state
broadcasting coroporation Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia (RTVC).
It focuses on cultural and educational issues and broadcasts a lot of foreign
programmes.
However, Seňalcolombia it only attracts a small specialist audience.
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According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media audience survey in
2011, 11.7% of Colombians had watched Seňalcolombia in the previous month, but
only 2.6% had watched it in the previous day.
Coordinator – Yolanda Bautista
Tel: +57 1 597 8132
Email: [email protected]
Address : Señalcolombia, Carrera 45 # 26-33, Bogotá
Canal Institucional www.institucional.gov.co
Canal Institucional is a government-run televisión channel that broadcasts
programmes about state institutions. It also shows debates in Congress.
Canal Institucional is the least popular of the three televisión channels run by the
state broadcasting corporation Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia (RTVC)..
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media audience survey in
2011, 4.3% of Colombians had watched Canal Institucional in the previous month,
but only 0.7% had watched it in the previous day.
Director: Lenart Rodríguez
Tel: +57 1 597 8132
Email: [email protected]
Address, Canal Institucional, Carrera 45 # 26-33, Bogotá
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Regional Television stations
Canal Capital www.canalcapital.gov.co
This local television channel serving Bogotá a is owned by the city’s municipal authority.
Bogotá is Colombia’s largest city with a population of more than seven million
Canal Capital focuses on local news and current affairs and cultural and educational
programming. It was launched in 1997.
Canal Capital is also widely available in the rest of Colombia via cable
Director: Javier Ayala
Tel: +57 1 457 8300
Address: Canal Capital, Avenida El Dorado # 66-63, piso 5, Bogotá
Canal 13 www.canal13.com.co
Canal 13 is a government-run regional televisión station based in Bogotá that
provides music, entertainment and educational programming for the youth of eastern
Colombia.
It was launched in 1998 and broadcasts free to air in several departments of Eastern
Colombia. It is also available nationally via cable.
Canal 13, which now styles iself Canal TR3CE, is majority owned by the Ministry of
Technology, Information and Communications.
The provincial governments of Boyacá, Caquetá, Casanare, Cundinamarca,
Putumayo, Huila, Meta, Tolima and Guaviare own small stakes in the channel.
General Manager - Lennart Rodríguez Lozano
Tel: +57 1 570 2454
+57 1 570 2460
E mail: [email protected]
Address: Canal 13, Transversal 28 A # 39-39, Bogotá
Teleantioquia www.teleantioquia.com.co
This publicly owned regional televisión channel serves Medellín, Colombia’s second largest city, and the surrounding department of Antioquia.
It is 70% owned by the government of Antioquia.
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Although it is only broadcast free-to-air in Antioquia, the channel also has national
reach via cable.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media audience survey of 2011,
Teleantioquia is the third most popular televisión station in the city of Medellín after
RCN and Caracol Television.
The survey showed that 60.7% of viewers had watched Teleantioquia in the previous
month and 28% had watched it on the previous day.
Manager - Selene Botero Giraldo
Tel: +57 4 356 9900
E Mail: [email protected]
Address: Teleantioquia, Calle 44 # 53 A-11, piso 3, Medellín, Antioquia
Telemedellín www.telemedellin.tv
This televisión channel, owned by the Medellín municipal authority, broadcasts local
programming to Colombia’s second largest city. Medellín is a major industrial and commercial centre. It had an estimated population
of 2.7 million in 2012.
Tel: +57 4 448 9590
E Mail: [email protected]
Address: Telemedellin, Tránsito de Caribe, Cra. 64 C No. 72 – 58, Medellín.
Telecaribe www.telecaribe.com.co
Telecaribe is a publicly owned regional television channel serving the Caribbean
coastal region.
It is based in Barranquilla and is controlled by the provincial governments Atlántico,
Cesar, Córdoba, Sucre, Magdalena and Guajira.
Tel: +57 5 368 0183
+57 5 358 2297
E mail: [email protected]
Address: Telecaribe, Carrera 54 # 71-142, piso 4, Barranquilla, Atlántico
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Telepacífico www.telepacifico.com
Telepacífico is a state-owned regional television channel serving southwestern
Colombia. It is based in Cali.
Telepacífico carries four programmes of regional news per day and a range of
educational and cultural programming.
Much of its programming is provided by independent content producers.
Telepacífico has 19 transmitters which cover the main towns in the departments of
Valle del Cauca, Cauca, Chocó and Nariño.
Tel: +57 2 518 400
E mail: [email protected]
Address: Telepacífico, Calle 5 # 38 A-14, piso 3 Centro Imbanaco, Cali, Valle del
Cauca.
Telecafé www.telecafe.tv
Telecafé is a state-owned regional television channel that serves the coffee-growing
departments of Caldas, Risaralda and Quindío.
It is based in Manizales and has studios in Armenia and Pereira.
Tel: 57 6 884 5678
Address: Telecafé, Carrera 24 # 19-5, Manizales, Caldas
Televisión Regional de Oriente (TRO) www.canaltro.com
This state-owned regional television channel broadcasts to the departments of freeSantander and Norte de Santander in northeastern Colombia.
It has studios in the departmental capitals, Bucaramanga and Cúcuta.
Tel: +57 7 648 1177
E mail: [email protected]
Address, Canal TRO, Calle 5 - Carrera 4, Antigua Sede Licorera de Santander ,
Floridablanca, Bucaramanga, Santander.
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Teleislas www.teleislas.com.co
This small state-owned regional television channel is based on the tourist island of
San Andrés Island in the Caribbean.
It serves San Andrés and the neighbouring Colombian island of Providencia.
Tel:
+57 8 513 27 99
+57 8 513 20 47
Address: Teleislas, Shingle Hill, San Andrés
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Print overview
Newspapers mainly circulate in Colombia’s cities and large towns.
Very few are sold in the countryside
Newspapers are influential in breaking news stories and shaping public opinion.
But according to the annual Estudio General de Medios (EGM) annual media
audience survey, but only one in three Colombians reads a daily newspaper
regularly.
Although newspapers and magazines are less widely used than television and radio
as a source of news and information, increasing public access to the internet has
given them a new online readership.
The most popular news website in the country is that of El Tiempo
www.eltiempo.com , Colombia’s largest and most authoritative quality daily
newspaper.
It was attracting nearly 1.5 million unique visitors per week in early 2012, according
to the EGM.
According to the internet analysis website www.alexa.com, El Tiempo was the 11th
most visited website in the country in November 2012.
El Tiempo’s main rival, El Espectador www.elespectador.com was in 16th position
with 872,000 unique visitors per month.
Just over 40% of Colombia’s population used the internet in 2011, according to the
International Telecommunications Union (ITU) www.itu.int
Another factor which has helped to maintain newspaper readership is the launch of a
new generation of tabloid newspapers in Colombia’s main cities.
These tabloids – some of which are distributed as free sheets - specialise in human
interest stories, crime, sport, show business and local news.
They are written in plain language and are mostly aimed at the poorer, less educated
sectors of society. Many of these people would not have been regular newspaper
readers beforehand.
The most successful of the new paid-for new tabloids is Q’Hubo (What’s Up), which was launched in 2005. By 2012 it had more than two million readers nationwide.
ADN, a free sheet launched in Bogota, Medellin, Cali and Cartagena by the
owners of El Tiempo, has also been hugely successful.
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Al Día, which is distributed along the Caribbean coast by the owners of the
Barranquilla regional daily El Heraldo, has also proved another big hit.
It acquired nearly 500,000 readers in its first five years of existence.
Nearly all of Colombian daily newspapers have long-standing links with one of the
country’s two main political parties; the Liberals and the Conservatives.
Several newspapers published in Bogotá, claim to be national in character and
some of them have satellite printing plants in other cities.
But in reality, the Bogota papers sell most of their copies in the capital.
There are dozens of regional dailies. These are published in the main provincial
capitals.
Three national newspapers claim a daily readership of more than one million
(although their daily print runs are much lower).
These are:
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El Tiempo www.eltiempo.com, Colombia’s largest and most authoritative quality daily newspaper. It has been traditionally associated with the Liberal
Party. El Tiempo claimed daily sales of more than 300,000 in 2010. The EGM
media survey in early 2012, indicated that the newspaper had more than 1.1
million daily readers on weekdays. The popular Sunday edition of El Tiempo
was read by nearly 2.0 million people each week, it noted.
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Q’Hubo www.qhubo.com This popular tabloid tells human interest stories,
crime, sports and local news in plain language. It produces 14 regional
editions. These are printed locally in the main cities of the central highlands
and the Caribbean coast. Q’Hubo was launched in 2005 by Grupo Nacional
de Medios (GNM), a consortium of regional daily newspapers. These provide
its printing facilties. Q’Hubo claimed 2.2 million readers in 2012.
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ADN http://diarioadn.co. This free sheet newspaper was launched by Casa
Editorial El Tiempo, the owner of El Tiempo and City TV, in 2009. It
publishes four separate editions in the cities of Bogotá, Cali Medellin and
Barranquilla. In 2012 ADN claimed to have nearly 1.3 million readers.
El Tiempo was formerly controlled by the Santos family – a major player in Liberal
politics. The current head of state, President Juan Manuel Santos, is the latest
leading politician to be produced by this family.
It 2007, the Santos family sold a 55% stake in Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the
publishing group which runs the newspaper, to Spain’s Planeta media and
publishing group.
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In March 2012, Planeta sold out to the Colombian billionaire banker and industrialist
Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo.
He already owned a 33% minority stake in the group. In May 2012 Sarmiento Angulo
bought out the other minority shareholders to acquire 100% ownership of Casa
Editorial El Tiempo.
El Tiempo newspaper retains a generally pro-Liberal stance under its new
ownership.
Its main rival is another pro-Liberal Bogotá daily - El Espectador
www.elespectador.com.
This belongs to Grupo Santodomingo, the Colombian business conglomerate
which also owns Caracol Television.
A financial crisis forced El Espectador to abandon daily publication between 2001
and 2008. During this period it became a weekly.
El Espectador now appears daily again. The printed edition of the paper had about
250,000 readers in 2012, according to the EGM.
Colombia’s traditional business daily is La República www.larepublica.com.co. It
forms part of the GNM regional newspaper group, which publishes Q’Hubo.
In recent years, La República has been challenged by Portafolio www.portafolio.co ,
a business daily launched by Casa Editorial El Tiempo.
El Espacio www.elespacio.com.co is a sensationalist down-market tabloid,
published in Bogotá, which specialises in crime and human interest stories.
It used to be Colombia’s largest tabloid newspaper, but its circulation has fallen
sharply in recent years as a result of competition with the new titles Q’Hubo and
ADN.
El Espacio had a readership of 226,000 in 2012, according to the EGM media
survey.
Influential regional dailies include the following:
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El Colombiano www.elcolombiano.com.co – a conservative daily newspaper
in Medellín. El Colombiano is the largest of Colombia’s traditional regional dailies. According to the EGM it had a readership of 179,000 in early 2012. El
Colombiano also owns La República in Bogota. It forms part of GNM, the
regional newspaper consortium that owns Q’Hubo.
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El País www.elpais.com.co – a Conservative daily published in Cali. It forms
part of GNM, the regional newspaper consortium that owns Q’Hubo.
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El Heraldo www.elheraldo.com.co – a Liberal newspaper published in
Barranquilla. It is the most influential newspaper on the Caribbean coast.
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Al Dia – A free sheet tabloid newspaper launched by El Heraldo in
Barranquilla in 2007. It had 477,000 readers in early 2012, according to the
EGM media survey, three times as many as El Heraldo itself
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Vanguardia Liberal www.vanguardia.com – a Liberal daily published in
Bucaramanga. It is influential in Santander department. Vanguardia Liberal
forms part of GNM, the regional newspaper consortium that owns Q’Hubo.
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La Opinion www.laopinion.com.co - a daily newspaper published in Cúcuta
near the Venezuelan frontier
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La Patria www.lapatria.com – a Conservative daily published in Manizales,
the centre of Colombia’s main coffee growing area
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Llano 7 dias – A daily newspaper published in Villavicencio, the gateway to
Colombia’s eastern plains
Surprisingly perhaps, Colombians read magazines more than newspapers.
The 2011 EGM media survey found that 34.3% of the 12,000 people questioned in
15 cities across the country read a daily newspaper.
However, 43.3% said they read magazines.
The most widely read weekly magazines are:
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La Semana www.semana.com a popular news and current affairs magazine
which is owned by an independent magazine publishing company,
Publicaciones Semana. It claims to be read by more than one million people
every month.
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Cromos www.cromos.com.co, a lifestyle and entertainment magazine which
belongs to Grupo Santodomingo, the owner of Caracol Television and El
Espectador.
Both magazines cover news, current affairs, fashion, show business and lifestyle
issues.
Semana, the market leader, is generally regarded as taking an independent editorial
line.
But like most of the Colombian press, it has political connections. Its publisher,
Publicaciones Semana, is controlled by Felipe López Caballero, the son of former
president Alfonso López Michelsen, a Liberal head of state in the 1970s.
Colombia’s main news agency is Colprensa www.colprensa.com.
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It was set up in 1981as a cooperative of regional newspapers to provide them all
with national news.
Colprensa distributes news and pictures through its website.
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Newspapers
National daily newspapers
El Tiempo www.eltiempo.com
El Tiempo is Colombia’s largest circulation quality daily newspaper.
It is authoritative and influential and it circulates nationwide.
El Tiempo is widely read by Colombian decision makers in government and
business.
The Bogotá-based newspaper claimed an average weekday sale of 314,000 copies
in 2010. This rose to 453,000 on Sundays.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey indicated that the Monday to
Saturday editions of El Tiempo had more than 1.1 million daily readers in early 2012
(with several people reading each copy of the newspaper sold).
El Tiempo’s nationwide readership rose to nearly 2.0 million on Sundays, the same
survey showed.
El Tiempo has traditionally supported the Liberal Party. For decades the newspaper
was owned by the Santos family, which has played a leading role in Liberal politics
for several generations.
The current head of state, President Juan Manuel Santos, is the latest leading
politician to emerge from its ranks.
The Santos family sold a 55% majority stake in Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the
media group which publishes El Tiempo, to the Spanish media and publishing group
Planeta in 2007.
In March 2012, Planeta sold out to the Colombian billionaire banker and industrialist
Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo.
In May 2012 Sarmiento Angulo bought out the other minority shareholders to acquire
100% ownership of Casa Editorial El Tiempo.
The media group also owns City TV, Colombia’s third most popular television channel, the free-sheet newspaper ADN, which circulates in the country’s four largest cities, the down-market tabloid, Diario Mio, and the financial daily Portafolio.
It also owns a stable of magazines.
El Tiempo publishes several regional editions to boost its appeal in the interior.
It has satellite printing plants in Barranquilla and Cali.
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The newspaper was founded in 1919,
Editor in Chief - Ernesto Cortes Fierro
Email: [email protected]
Deputy Director of Information - Andrés Mompotes
E mail: [email protected]
Tel: +57 1 294 0100
Address : El Tiempo, Avenida El Dorado, Calle 26 # 68 B-70, Bogotá
El Espectador, Bogota www.elespectador.com
For decades, El Espectador rivalled El Tiempo as Colombia’s daily leading
newspaper.
But it fell on hard times during the first decade of the 20th century and is still
recovering from a near death experience.
El Espectador stopped daily publication between 2001 and 2008 as the result of a
financial crisis and became a weekly instead.
The newspaper then resumed daily publication.
El Espectador has started to rebuild its circulation and it has retained its reputation
as a reliable and balanced source of news.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey in early 2012,
the newspaper had 250,000 readers (although its print run would have been
considerably lower).
In November 2012, the internet analysis website www.alexa.com ranked El
Espectador’s website as the second most popular source of online news in Colombia after that of El Tiempo.
The EGM survey reported that El Espectador’s website attracted 872,000 unique visitors per month.
Since 1997, El Espectador has been owned by Grupo Santodomingo, one of
Colombia’s largest privately owned business conglomerates.
Grupo Santodomingo’s other media assets include Caracol Television, which is one
of Colombia’s two largest TV networks, the weekly magazine Cromos and the
Bogota news and current affairs radio station Blu Radio.
El Espectador was founded in 1887 and is a staunch supporter of the Liberal Party.
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Director - Fidel Cano
Editor - Jorge Cardona Alzate
Tel: +57 1 423 2300
E mail: [email protected]
Address: El Espectador, Avenida El Dorado # 69-76, Bogotá.
Q’Hubo www.qhubo.com
Q’Hubo (What’s Up) is Colombia’s top-selling tabloid daily newspaper.
It claimed more than 2.2 million readers in 2012 (although sales of printed would
have been substantially lower).
Q’Hubo was launched in 2008 by a consortium of regional daily newspapers called Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM).
These were keen to develop newspaper sales in the interior of Colombia by creating
a product that was attractive and accessible to the lower income groups
Q’Hubo offers a mix of crime and human interest stories, sport show business and local news.
Q’Hubo’s focus on local news told in plain language, its low cover price and its ability
to distribute in large areas of the interior early in the day have been important factors
in its success.
The newspaper produces 14 different regional editions. These are printed on the
presses of GNM member newspapers in different cities across Colombia.
Q’Hubo says that most of its sales take place within these cities, but around 14% are sold in the surrounding areas.
Its cover price of 700 pesos (39 US cents) is less than half that of El Tiempo, which
costs 1,500 pesos (83 US cents).
Q’Hubo is distributed in 12 departments in the central highlands and along the
Caribbean coast. Together, these contain about 75% of Colombia’s population.
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According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) 2012 media survey, Q’Hubo had a large readership in the following cities:
Barranquilla 465,000
Medellin 434,000
Bogota 284,000
Cartagena 241,000
Cucuta 138,000
Ibague 75,000
Pereira 74,000
Manizales 70,000
Palmira 36,000
The newspaper produces the following regional editions:
Atlántico (Barranquilla)
Bolívar (Cartagena)
Cesar (Valledupar)
Santander (Bucaramanga)
Santander (Barrancabermeja)
Santander (South Santander edition)
Norte de Santander (Cucuta)
Bogota/Cundinamarca (Bogota)
Antioquia (Medellin)
Risaralda (Pereira)
Caldas (Manizales)
Valle del Cauca (Cali)
Valle del Cauca (Palmira)
Tolima (Ibague)
Tel: +571 742 5050
Address: Q’Hubo, Calle 25 D BIS N° 102 a - 63, Edificio La República, 3er piso.
Bogotá
ADN http://diarioadn.co.
ADN is a free sheet tabloid newspaper which distributes separate local editions in
Colombia’s four largest cities; Bogotá, Cali, Medellin and Barranquilla.
The 2012 Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media audience survey showed that
this mid-market newspaper had nearly 1.3 million readers nationwide.
Half of all ADN readers were in Bogota.
ADN was launched by Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the owner of El Tiempo
newspaper and City TV, in 2009.
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In early 2012 this media group was acquired by Colombian billionaire banker and
industrialist Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo.
He had previously been a minority shareholder.
Tel: +57 (1) 294 0100
Email: [email protected]
Address: ADN, Avenida El Dorado, Calle 26 # 68B-70, Bogota
El Espacio, www.elespacio.com.co
El Espacio used to be Colombia’s top-selling popular tabloid.
In recent years it has been eclipsed by the appearance of Q’Hubo and ADN and
other new tabloid competitors and its circulation has declined sharply.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey for 2012 indicated that El
Espacio’s national readership had had fallen by nearly half in the previous two years to 226,000.
The independently owned Bogotá daily was founded in 1965. It has traditionally had
links with the Liberal Party.
Director - Jaime Ardila
Tel: +57 1 425 1570
E mail: [email protected]
Address: El Espacio, Carrera 69 # 44-35, Bogotá
Diario Mio
Diario Mio is a down-market tabloid in Bogotá.
It was launched by Casa Editorial El Tiempo, the owner of El Tiempo and the free
sheet ADN, in 2010.
Unlike its stablemate ADN, which is distributed free of charge, Diario Mio is a paid
for newspaper
With a cheap cover price of 500 pesos (28 US cents) it undercuts Q’Hubo, which costs 700 pesos (39 US cents).
Diario Mio was launched with a dedicated staff of 24 journalists. It also draws on the
news gathering capacities of the rest of the El Tiempo group.
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The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey indicated that Diario Mio had
achieved 212.000 readers in the capital by early 2012
The newspaper launched local editions in Medellin and Cali in 2011.
Tel: +57 1 294 0100
Address: Diario Mio, Avenida El Dorado, Calle 26 # 68 B-70, Bogotá
El Nuevo Siglo www.elnuevosiglo.com.co
El Nuevo Siglo (The New Century) is a right-wing daily newspaper published in
Bogotá. It has close links to the Conservative Party.
The newspaper has a small circulation, but it is known for its political coverage and
its disproportionately large influence on public opinion.
The newspaper was founded in 1936 by Laureano Gomez, a conservative politician
who went on to become president from 1950 to 1953.
Director - Juan Gabriel Uribe
Editor - Alberto Abello
Tel: +57 1 413 9200
E mail: [email protected]
Address: El Nuevo Siglo, Calle 25D Bis # 101B-04, Bogotá
La República www.larepublica.com.co
La República is Colombia's main financial and business daily.
It is politically aligned with the Conservative Party and targets businesspeople,
professionals and students.
La República sells most of its copies by subscription.
The Bogotá-based newspaper said in 2012 it had nearly 70,000 to regular
subscribers and sold a further 4,000 copies daily through news stands.
However, the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey of 2012 indicated
that its overall readership was just 39,000.
La República’s main competitor is the business daily Portafolio, published by Casa
Editorial El Tiempo.
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The newspaper is owned by the same company that publishes the Conservative
regional daily El Colombiano in Medellín.
It forms part of the Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM) consortium that publishes the
tabloid Q’Hubo.
Director: Fernando Quijano
Tel: +57 1 422 7600
E mail: [email protected]
Address; La República, Calle 25 D Bis # 102 A-63, Bogotá
Portafolio www.portafolio.co
Portafolio is a financial and business daily, published in Bogota.
The newspaper was founded in 1993 to challenge La Republica’s traditional domination of this sector of the market.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey of 2012 indicated that
Portafolio’s overall readership was 85,000.
It is owned by Casa Editorial El Tiempo, which also publishes El Tiempo.
Director - Ricardo Ávila
E mail: [email protected]
Editor - Edmer Tovar Martínez
Tel: +57 1 423 24 20
Address: Portafolio, Avenida El Dorado Calle 26 # 68 B-70, Bogotá
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Regional daily newspapers
El Colombiano, Medellín www.elcolombiano.com.co
El Colombiano is an influential regional daily newspaper published in Medellín,
Colombia's second largest city.
The Conservative newspaper circulates throughout Antioquia department and has a
higher readership than any other traditional regional daily in Colombia.
However, its circulation has fallen in recent years, partly as a result of competition
from the tabloid Q’Hubo and the free sheet ADN.
Both publish local editions in Medellín.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey estimated that El
Colombiano had 179,000 readers in early 2012.
The publishing company behind El Colombiano also owns the business daily La
República in Bogota and has shares in El Nuevo Día, a regional daily published in
Ibagué, the capital of Tolima department.
It is also part of the Grupo General de Medios (GNM) consortium of regional
newspapers which owns Q’Hubo.
Tel : +57 4 3315252
Email: [email protected]
Address: El Colombiano, Carrera 48 N° 30 Sur - 119, Envigado – Antioquia
El Mundo, Medellín www.elmundo.com.co
El Mundo is the the Liberal competitor of El Colombiano in Medellín, but it has a
lower circulation.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, only credited El Mundo with
12,000 readers in 2012.
Since the mid 1980s, the newspaper has been owned by the politically influential
Gaviria family.
This prominent local family has produced two Liberal governors of Antioquia
department.
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Director - Guillermo Gaviria Echeverri
Email: [email protected]
Editor in Chief - Irene Gaviria Correa
Email: [email protected]
Tel:
+57 4 264 28 00
Address: El Mundo, Calle 53 No 74 – 50, Medellin, Antioquia
El País www.elpais.com.co
El Pais is the main regional daily newspaper published in Cali.
The Conservative daily was founded in 1950 and is owned by the politically
influential Lloreda family.
The late Rodrigo Lloreda served as a minister in several governments and his son
Álvaro "Lalo" Lloreda, is a former mayor of Cali.
The newspaper was founded in 1950. It circulates in Cali and much of southwestern
Colombia.
According to he Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, El Pais had
178,000 readers in 2012.
It rivals El Colombiano of Medellin for the position of Colombia’s largest regional dailly newspaper.
El Pais is a member of the Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM) consortium of regional
newspapers which publishes the mass circulation tabloid Q’Hubo.
Director: María Elvira Domínguez.
Editor: Diego Martínez
Tel: +57 2 898 7000
Address: El Pais, Carrera 2 # 24-46 Cali, Valle del Cauca.
El Heraldo www.elheraldo.com.co
El Heraldo is the most influential regional daily newspaper on Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
This firmly pro-Liberal newspaper has been published in Barranquilla since 1933.
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According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, it had 133,000
readers in early 2012.
However, El Heraldo’s popularity has been eclipsed in recent years by that of its free sheet offshoot Al Dia.
Launched in 2007 and distributed in Barranquilla, Santa Marta and Riohacha, Al
Dia achieved a readership of 477,000 by early 2012, according to the EGM.
El Heraldo claims that its website receives more than 800,000 unique visits per
week.
Tel: +57 6 371 5000
Address: El Heraldo, Calle 53B # 46-25, Barranquilla, Atlántico
Al Dia http://aldia.com.co
Al Dia is a free sheet tabloid aimed at low income groups that has become the most
widely read newspaper on the Caribbean coast.
Separate local editions are distributed daily in Barranquilla, Cartagena, Santa
Marta and Riohacha.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, Al Dia had
477,000 readers in the Caribbean coastal región in early 2012.
The newspaper was launched in 2007by the owners of the paid-for Barranquilla
daily newspaper El Heraldo.
Tel: +57 6 371 5000
Address: Al Dia, Calle 53B # 46-25, Barranquilla, Atlántico
Vanguardia Liberal www.vanguardia.com
Vanguardia Liberal is the most influential regional daily newspaper in Santander
department.
It also circulates in neighbouring Cesar.
The pro-Liberal daily is published in Bucaramanga. It was founded in 1919
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La Vanguardia Liberal is a member of the Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM)
consortium of regional newspapers which publishes the mass circulation tabloid
Q’Hubo.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, Vanguardia
Liberal had 77,000 readers in early 2012.
Director: Sebastián Hiller Galvis
Tel: +57 7 630 0700
Address: Vanguardia Liberal, Calle 34 # 13-42, Bucaramanga, Santander
El Universal www.eluniversal.com.co
El Universal is the main daily newspaper published in the Caribbean coastal city of
Cartagena. It is politically independent.
El Universal is a member of the Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM) consortium of
regional newspapers which publishes the mass circulation tabloid Q’Hubo.
Its circulation has suffered in recent years from competition from Q’Hubo and the free sheet Al Dia, which produces a special edition for distribution in Cartagena.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, El Universal
had 66,000 readers in early 2012.
Director: Pedro Luis Mogollón
Tel: +57 6 650 1050
Address: El Universal, Pie del Cerro, Calle 30 # 17-36, Cartagena, Bolívar
La Opinión www.laopinion.com.co
La Opinión is the most influential newspaper on the Colombia Venezuela border in
the Norte de Santander region.
It is published in Cúcuta and circulates in the department of Norte de Santander.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, La Opinión had
33,000 readers in early 2012.
The newspaper was founded in 1958,
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Director: José Eustorgio Colmenares
Email: [email protected]
Editor: Cicerón Flórez
Tel: +57 7 582 9999
Address: La Opinion, Avenida 4 # 16-12, Cúcuta, Norte de Santander
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La Patria, www.lapatria.com
La Patria is the main daily newspaper in Manizales, the commercial centre of the
coffee-growing region of west central Colombia.
Founded in 1921, the paper has been linked to the Conservative Party from the
outset.
It circulates in Caldas department.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, La Patria had a
readership of 61,000 in early 2012.
Director: Nicolás Restrepo
Editor: Fernando Ramírez
E mail: [email protected]
Tel: +57 6 878 1700
Address: La Patria, Carrera 20 # 46-35, Manizales, Caldas
La Tarde www.latarde.com
La Tarde is the main local daily newspaper in the coffee-growing department of
Risaralda.
It is published in Pereira and has been linked to the Liberal Party since its foundation
in 1975.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, La Tarde had
21,000 readers in early 2012.
Director: Sonia Díaz Mantilla
Tel: +57 6 335 4666
Address: La Tarde, Km. 3 Vía Armenia Parque Empresarial La Tarde, Pereira,
Risaralda
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El Nuevo Día, Ibagué www.elnuevodia.com.co
El Nuevo Dia is the main local daily newspaper in Ibagué, the capital of Tolima
department.
The politically independent daily was founded in 1992. It employs about 20
journalists.
The newspaper is partly owned by three other regional dailies: El Colombiano of
Medellin, Vanguardia Liberal of Bucaramanga and El Universal of Cartagena.
El Nuevo Dia is a member of the Grupo Nacional de Medios (GNM) consortium of
regional newspapers which publishes the mass circulation tabloid Q’Hubo.
Director - Miguel Ángel Villarraga Lozano
Editora - Martha Myriam Páez
Tel: +57 8 261 0966
E mail: [email protected]
Address, El Nuevo Dia, Carrera 6 # 11-09, Ibagué, Tolima
El Pilón www.elpilon.com.co
This regional daily is published in Valledupar, the capital of the Cesar department.
It prints about 12,000 copies a day and circulates in Cesar and Guajira. Nearly half
the copies are sold by subscription.
The newspaper was founded in 1992.
Director and Editor - Carlos Alberto Maestre
Tel: +57 5 574 9900
E mail: [email protected]
Address: El Pilón, Carrera 7 # 14-50, Valledupar, Cesar
Llano 7 Días
This is a daily newspaper published in Villavicencio, the gateway to the great plains
of eastern Colombia, known as Los Llanos.
Originally published as a weekly, it began to publish daily in 2011.
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The newspaper belongs to Casa Editorial El Tiempo, which publishes El Tiempo.
According to the Estudio General de Medios (EGM) media survey, Llano 7 Dias
had a readership of 19,000 in early 2012.
Tel: +57 1 670 2727
Address: Llano 7 Dias, Calle 26 C # 37-38, Barrio 7 de Agosto, Villavicencio, Meta
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Magazines
Semana www.semana.com
Semana is the largest circulation weekly news and current affairs magazine in
Colombia.
The Bogota-based magazine claims to be read by more than one million people
every month.
Founded in 1982, the magazine is owned by Felipe López Caballero, the son of
former Liberal president Alfonso López Michelsen.
Despite its owner’s links with the Liberal Party, Semana is widely regarded as
politically independent.
Semana is the flagship publication of Publicaciones Semana, a media group which
owns a stable of 13 other specialist magazines.
Director: Alejandro Santos Rubino
Editor: Rodrigo Pardo
Tel: +57 1 646 8400
E mail: [email protected]
Address: Semana, Calle 93B No. 13-47, Bogotá
Cromos www.cromos.com.co
Cromos is a popular fashion and lifestyle magazine.
It much less focussed on news and current affairs than Cromos.
Founded in 1906, the weekly is now owned by Grupo Santodomingo, the owner of
Caracol Television and El Espectador.
Director: Jairo Dueñas
Tel: +57 1 423 2300
Address: Cromos, Avenida El Dorado # 69-76 Bogotá
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News agencies
Colprensa www.colprensa.com
Coprensa is a domestic news owned by a cooperative of Colombia’s main regional
newspapers.
It distributes news and pictures and audio and video clips to paying subscribers
through its website.
The news agency was created in 1981.
Many of Colprensa’s news reports from the regions are provided by newspapers that are shareholders in the news agency
Editor: Alfonso Ospina
Tel: +57 1 415 9191
E mail: [email protected]
Address: Colprensa, Calle 25D Bis # 102a-63 Piso 3, Bogotá
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Online media
A large and growing number of Colombians in the middle and upper income groups
have access to the internet.
They increasingly use news websites and social media as a source of news and
information.
According to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), 40.4% of
Colombians used the internet in 2011.
The Estudio General de Medios (EGM) all-media survey for 2011 indicated a
slightly higher figure of 43.4%
The EGM found that internet usage varied from about 20% in low income groups to
70% in middle income groups and 84% amongst wealthy Colombians.
However, the internet is still largely the preserve of urban Colombians.
Internet access in the countryside – where 25% of the population lives – remains
low.
Those Colombians who do go online are enthusiastic users of social media.
The internet traffic analysis website www.socialbakers.com said there were nearly
17.7 million Facebook users in the country in December 2012 – equivalent to nearly
40% of the population.
This figure indicates that almost every internet user in Colombia has a Facebook
account.
Facebook has been used in Colombia to organise political protests.
In 2008, Facebook was the main vehicle for organising one of the largest
demonstrations ever held against the FARC leftist guerrilla movement.
Most newspapers and commercial radio and television stations have their own
websites and Twitter feeds.
Many of these are extremely popular.
Social Bakers listed 13 news organisations among the 50 most followed Twitter
accounts in Colombia in December 2012.
The websites of the national newspapers El Tiempo and El Espectador both
feature amongst the 20 most visited websites in Colombia.
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The Twitter accounts of El Tiempo newspaper and Caracol Television have more
followers than any other Twitter account in Colombia, apart from that of the pop
music star Shakira.
According to Social Bakers, each newspaper had about one million Twitter followers
at the end of 2012.
www.eltiempo.com, the website of El Tiempo newspaper, is the country’s most popular source of online news.
According to the internet traffic analysis website www.alexa.com, it was the 11th most
visited website in Colombia in December 2012.
An EGM survey in early 2012 found that El Tiempo’s website attracted nearly 1.5
million unique visitors per week.
Alexa ranked El Espectador www.elespectador.com as the second most visited
news website in Colombia and the 16th most popular website in the country.
It received 872,000 visits per week in early 2012, according to the EGM.
Colombia’s two main television networks are also popular sources of online news
and information.
According to the EGM, www.caracoltv.com, the website of Caracol Television,
received 850,000 unique visits per week in early 2012.
By the end of the year, the TV network’s Twitter account @caracoltv had
accumulated 967,000 followers.
The website of RCN TV www.canalrcnmsn.com is also popular. It received 829,000
visits per week in early 2012, according to the EGM.
Several regional media outlets also have a strong online presence.
According to Social Bakers, the Medellin newspaper El Colombiano
www.elcolombiano.com and the Bogota television station City TV www.citytv.com.co
each had more than 200,000 Twitter followers in December 2012.
The influential Barranquilla newspaper El Heraldo www.elheraldo.co also boasts a
strong internet presence.
El Heraldo claimed in 2012 that its website attracted more than 800,000 unique
visitors each week.
According to Social Bakers, its Twitter feed has more than 160,000 followers
The internet is a key channel used by Colombia’s two left-wing rebel movements for
announcing news and information and spreading propaganda
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FARC has its own website www.farc-ep.co
So does the ELN www.eln-voces.com .
Internet access
Internet access in Colombia is widespread and growing fast – especially in urban
areas.
By the end of September 2012, there were at least 7.0 million internet subscribers on
both fixed and mobile connections, according to government statistics.
6.9 million were on broadband.
The government, through its Vive Digital www.vivedigital.gov.co project aims to
increase the number of internet subscribers to 8.8 million by 2014.
Its target is to have 50% of all homes and small businesses connected to the internet
by that date.
In 2010, when Vive Digital was launched, only 27% of homes were connected to the
internet, according to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications.
However, the Ministry noted in a 2011 update on the project that the poorest third of
Colombia’s population still had virtually no access to the internet at all.
Vive Digital is encouraging the development of a nationwide fibre-optic cable network
and improved access to the internet via the mobile phone network.
The government aims to connect at least 700 of Colombia’s 1,102 municipalities to
the fibre optic network by 2014.
These 700 municipalities contain about 90% of the country’s population.
Only 200 municipalities were connected to the fibre-optic backbone in 2010 when the
four-year Vive Digital project was launched.
In 2012, many rural municipalities linked to the internet still relied on a satellite
connection.
3G mobile networks, which allow internet access at broadband speeds, are now
available in most Colombian towns.
Colombia’s first 4G mobile networks, which allow even faster and more sophisticated
internet services such at television to be accessed by mobile phone, were launched
in 2011.
By the end of of 2012 they covered Colombia’s largest cities.
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Home access to the internet has been facilitated by the rapid expansion of cable
television.
This allows a cheap internet connection to be made via the same cable.
By 2012 there were more than 3.9 million cable TV subscribers in Colombia
according to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications
www.mintic.gov.co .
There were about 40 city-based commercial cable TV networks. The largest were
controlled by telecoms companies that also operate landline networks.
In addition, there were more than 760 Community TV cable networks.
These are allowed a maximum of 15,000 subscribers. Many of them serve small and
remote towns and villages.
The government facilitates internet access in remote areas of the country and among
low income groups through its network of more than 3,000 telecentros.
These neighbourhood facilities, operated by private contractors, provide telephone,
fax and internet access to members of the public.
The government is also promoting computer training and internet access in schools.
The Vive Digital project aims to equip nearly 30,000 schools with internet access by
2014.
Achieving this target would give 94% of school pupils access to the internet.
The government is putting 1.2 million computers into schools to achieve a ratio of
one computer per eight pupils.
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Media resources
Media regulators
Ministry of Information Technology and Communications www.mintic.gov.co
This government department has oversight of the telecommunications and electronic
media sectors.
It awards radio licences and frequencies and monitors the broadcast output of radio
stations.
The Ministry also licences and regulates mobile telecommunications companies and
allocates requencies to mobile networks.
In addition it promotes public access to the internet throughout Colombia.
The Ministry’s four-year Vive Digital www.vivedigital.gov.co project aims to connect
50% of all homes and small businesses to the internet by 2014.
Television licencing is controlled by a separate body - La Autoridad Nacional de
Televisión (ANTV) www.antv.gov.co - the National TelevisionAuthority.
Secretary General – Lina Maria Enriquez
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +57 1 344 3460
Address, Ministerio de Tecnologia de la Informacion y Comunicación, Edificio Murillo
Toro, Carrera 8 entre calles 12 y 13, Bogotá
National Television Authority (ANTV) www.antv.gov.co
The National Television Authority - Autoridad Nacional de Televisión (ANTV) - is the
government body that regulates television.
It was created in April 2012 to replace a similar parastatal regulator called the
National Television Commission (CNTV).
ANTV issues licences to TV stations, monitors their output and investigates
complaints by members of the public.
It has the power to sanction television companies with fines.
A full contact list of licenced television stations and community television networks
can be be found on ANTV’s website at www.antv.gov.co/InfoSectorial/operadores/index_operadores.html
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ANTV reports to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications, but its
board members are appointed by several different branches of government.
Colombia’s universities and civil society also appoint one member each to the ANTV
board.
One of ANTV’s key tasks will be to proceed with the long delayed licencing of a third
national commercial television channel to challenge the duopoly of RCN TV and
Caracol Television.
Director – Tatiana Andrea Rubio
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +57 1 7957000
Email: [email protected]
Address: ANTV, Calle 59A bis No. 5-53 Ed. Link Siete Sesenta. Oficina 405, Bogotá
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Media associations
Bogota Journalists Circle (CPB) http://circulodeperiodistasdebogota.com
The Bogota Journalists’ Circle - Círculo de Periodistas de Bogotá (CPB) - is an
association that represents media professionals working in Bogota.
In December 2012 it listed 163 members on its website.
The association was founded in 1946.
President – William Giraldo Ceballos
Secretary General – Ricardo Pelaez Duque
Mob: +57 320 331 3529
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+57 316-6927930
Tel: +57 1 466 0730
+57 1 466 1050
Email: [email protected]
Address: CPB, Edificio Colfondos, oficina 404, E,Calle 67 No. 7-94, Bogota
National Media Association (ASOMEDIOS) www.asomedios.com
The National Media Association - Asociación Nacional de Medios de Comunicación
(ASOMEDIOS) – represents the owners of Colombia’s main newspapers, magazines
and radio and TV stations.
Executive President - Tulio Ángel Arbeláez
Tel: +57 1 611 1300
Email: [email protected]
Address: Asomedios, Cra 16 No. 93 A 36, oficina 504 (Dirección Nueva), Barrio
Chicó, Bogotá
National Newspapers Association (ANDIARIOS) www.andiarios.com.co,
The National Newspapers Association - Asociación Colombiana de Editores de
Diarios y Medios Informativos (Andiarios) is a trade assocition representing
Colombia's most important daily newspapers.
It was founded in 1961.
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President – Nicolasa Restrepo Escobar
Executive Director – Nora Sanin
Tel: +57 1 345 8011
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: ANDIARIOS, Calle 61 # 5 – 20, Bogotá
AMARC: http://alc.amarc.org/index.php?p=Representacion_America_Latina_Caribe
AMARC is the World Association of Community Radio Stations.
It has 36 associated local networks of community radio stations in Colombia.
AMARC is s a good entry point for making contact with the various regional and local
associations that represent Colombia’s 700 community radio stations.
National Coordinator - Mauricio Beltrán
Tel: +57 1 368 8345
Email: [email protected]
Address: AMARC, Av. 24 No. 39 B 25, Oficina 504, Bogotá
Community Television Multiactive Cooperative (COMUtv) www.comutv.org
The Community Television Multiactive Cooperative - Cooperativa multiactiva de
televisión comunitaria (COMUtv) – is an organisation that represents and supports
community television networks in Colombia.
It is based in Medellin and has more than 100 member community TV networks
across the country.
COMUtv buys equipment in bulk on behalf of its members and provides them with
technical support.
It also negotiates deals with the television channels that are relayed by community
cable networks.
The association promotes joint programme productions between different community
TV networks and the distribution of these programmes to other community stations.
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President: Carlos Mario Atehortua
Tel: +57 4 444 2668
Mob: +57 320 690 8852
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Address: COMUtv, Calle 47 No. 72A - 29 Interior 201(Barrio Florida Nueva),
Medellín, Antioquia
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Press freedom and human rights
Foundation for Press Freedom (FLIP) www.flip.org.co
The Foundation for Press Freedom - Fundación para la Libertad de Prensa (FLIP) –
is Colombia’s leading press freedom watchdog.
It monitors and denounces attacks on the freedom of the media.
The organisation is based in Bogota. It has a network of more than 30
correspondents around Colombia who report violations of press freedom.
FLIP also provides help to individual journalists who are threatened, intimidated,
persecuted or arrested.
Between 1999 and 2012 it assisted 675 individual journalists.
In addition, FLIP campaigns against impunity for those who harm or kill journalists.
It has links with several local and international press freedom watchdogs and human
rights organisations, including Reporters Sans Frontieres(RSF), the Committee to
Protect Journalists (CPJ) and the International Freedom of Expression
Exchange network (IFEX).
Director - Andrés Morales
Tel:
+571 400 9677
+57 1 4009678
E-mail: [email protected]
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Media development organisations
Fundación Gabriel García Márquez para el Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano
(FNPI) www.fnpi.org
FNPI is Colombia’s leading media development organisation.
The foundation was set up in 1994 by the Nobel Prize winning novelist and former
journalist Gabriel García Márquez to promote quality journalism throughout Latin
America.
It is based in the Caribbean coastal city of Cartagena.
FNPI organises frequent training courses and seminars in Colombia and other Latin
American countries.
Director General – Jaime Abello Banfi
Tel: +57 5 664 5890
Address: FNPI, Calle San Juan de Dios # 3-121. Cartagena de Indias
Media for Peace (MPP) www.mediosparalapaz.org
Media for Peace - Medios para la Paz (MPP) – is a Colombian NGO that promotes
peace and the consolidation of democracy through the way that events are reported
in the media.
It has 94 active members, most of whom are journalists. It shares information
through its website with more than 5,500 associates.
MPP trains journalists to report on conflict in sensitive language, explaining its
causes, exposing its impact on people and proposing solutions.
It organises training courses, but relies on international donors, including USAID, to
fund its activities.
MPP was founded in 1998.
Executive Director – Margarita Meza Acosta
Tel: +57 1 530 4200.
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
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Sistema de Comunicacion para la Paz (SIPAZ)
The System of Peace Communication - Sistema de Comunicacion para la Paz
(SIPAZ) is a Canadian-funded project that works with more than 40 local radio
stations to promote peace in areas of Colombia affected by conflict.
It was created during the 1990s in reaction to the fact that many community radio
stations were losing ground to their commercial counterparts.
SIPAZ does not report directly on conflict, but it works with local NGOs and radio
stations to promote discussion of its consequences on the air waves.
It also emphasises the positive action taken by local communities to rebuild their
lives.
The project is mainly financed by Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) www.idrc.ca.
From a hub of 10 centres linking 42 community radio stations and two local television
stations, SIPAZ produces a news programme. All the stations contribute news and
other materials.
The programme is then channelled through the 10 centres and sent, via the Internet,
to all the participating stations and partners around the country.
Although SIPAZ operates in areas where violence is particularly intense, it has
chosen not to cover conflict and violent incidents.
Covering such events, it feels, would greatly endanger the lives of its members, and
there is already sufficient mass media coverage of these events.
SIPAZ does, however, report on the aftermath and consequences of these conflicts
and their wider social context.
Stations have learned how to turn local events and activities that support community
development into news items of regional interest.
Its website www.sipaz.net was no longer working in December 2012.
President - Mauricio Beltrán
Tel: +57 1 368 8345
Email: [email protected]
Executive Director - Marlon Darío Prieto
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Media audience research
Centro Colombiano de Investigación de Medios (ACIM) www.acimcolombia.com
ACIM is an association of media houses and advertising agencies that publishes
Colombia’s benchmark annual media survey; Estudio General de Medios (EGM)
(General Media Study).
The survey interviews more than 12,000 media consumers in 15 towns and cities
across Colombia and is conducted in phases throughout the year.
The EGM is an all-media survey that covers radio, television, newspapers,
magazines and internet use.
The EGM is not published free of charge, but ACIM members often publish parts of
each survey, either in the form of news reports or as research to support their own
advertising sales and marketing.
The EGM is conducted for ACIM by the by the consumer research organisation
Centro Nacional de Consultaria www.centronacionaldeconsultoria.com.
This also conducts Colombia’s benchmark radio audience survey Estudio Continuo
de Audiencias de Radio (ECAR) (Continuous Study of Radio Audiences).
Tel:
+57 1 610 2410
+57 1 610 2401
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: ACIM, Cra. 10 No. 96-25 Oficina 207, Bogotá
Centro Nacional de Consultaria www.centronacionaldeconsultoria.com
The Centro Nacional de Consultaria is a market research organisation that conducts
Colombia’s two benchmark media audience surveys.
These are the Estudio General de Medios (EGM), an annual survey which
measures the audiences for all types of media, and the Estudio Continuo de
Audiencias de Radio (ECAR) (Continuous Study of Radio Audiences).
The latter is a rolling daily survey of radio audiences conducted by telephone.
The Centrol Nacional de Consularia is based in Bogotá. It has regional offices in
Cali, Medellin, Bucaramanga and Barranquilla.
Tel:+ 57 1 3394888
Email: [email protected]
Address: Centro Nacional de Consultaria, Calle 34 N° 5-27, Bogotá
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Audio and video services
Laberinto www.laberinto.com.co
This video production company produces cinema feature films, television series and
TV advertising.
Advertising producer – Adriana Torres
Tel: +57 1 611 22 72
Email: [email protected]
Address: Laberinto, Calle 87 #11A-76, Bogotá
Televidio www.televideo.com.co
This video services company produces drama series, corporate videos and TV
advertising.
It also hires out cameras and video production equipment.
The firm specialises in the coverage of sporting fixtures and other live events.
Tel: +57 1 254 4888
Email: [email protected]
Address: Televideo, Transversal 22 Bis @ 60-60, Bogotá
CM&Televisión www.cmi.com.co
This televisión production company specialises in news and current affairs
programming.
It is best known as the producer of Noticiero CM&, the highly regarded flagship news
programme of the state-owned televisión cannel Canal Uno.
Tel: +57 1 337 7500
Email: [email protected]
Address: CM&, Avenida Calle 22 # 42-65, Bogotá
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Telecommunications overview
Nearly everyone in Colombia has a mobile phone.
An increasing number of people in the middle and upper income groups use mobile
devices to go online as well as to talk and send text messages.
Literacy rates in Colombia are high - nine out of 10 adults can read and write - so
most mobile phone owners are keen users of SMS text messages.
Many people also use their phones to take photos, listen to FM radio stations and
make payments from their bank account.
It is common for petty traders in the street to allow members of the public to use their
mobile phones to make personal calls for a charge.
Colombia had 48.7 million active mobile lines by September 2012, according to the
2012 third quarter statistical bulletin of the Ministry of Information Technology and
Communication www.mintic.gov.co/index.php/cifras
This gave the country a mobile penetration rate of 104.2%.
Some of the poorest people in Colombia and some people in remote areas without
network coverage still do not possess a mobile phone.
However, many Colombians own two or more handsets.
More than 80% of mobile phone owners use pre-paid credit.
The cost of a voice call for pre-paid mobile subscribers use ranges from 12 to 30 US
cents per minute, depending on the operator and the payment plan used.
SMS messages cost five to 12 US cents each.
The country is dominated by three large mobile networks:
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Claro www.claro.com.co. This company, which was formerly known as
Comcel, is the market leader. Claro had 30 million subscribers and a market
share of 61.5% in September 2012, according to government figures. Claro
also has more extensive geographic coverage than any other mobile network.
It is owned by the Mexican telecoms group América Móvil.
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Movistar www.movistar.co. This is Colombia’s second largest mobile operator, with 12 million subscribers and a market share of 24.6%. It is owned
by Spanish telecoms giant Telefónica.
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Tigo www.tigo.com.co is the third largest mobile network with 6.4 million
customers and a market share of 13.1%. It is controlled by Millicom
International, a Luxembourg-based telecoms group which operates several
mobile networks in Latin America and the Caribbean. The municipal fixed line
phone companies of Bogota and Medellin own minority stakes in Tigo.
Between them, Claro, Movistar and Tigo have signed up more than 99% of all mobile
phone subscribers in Colombia.
Their networks cover the densely populated areas of the central highlands and the
Caribbean coast quite thoroughly.
However, mobile coverage is patchy in the sparsely populated eastern plains, the
tropical forests of the deep south and along the Pacific coast.
Internet access
There were more than seven million internet subscribers in Colombia at the end of
September 2012, according to government figures.
Of these, nearly half accessed the internet via a mobile device.
The number of people going online via the mobile network increased by 23% to 3.3
million in the 12 moths to September 2012
3G services, which allow internet access at broadband speeds, are widely available
in the main towns.
More remote areas only have slow-speed 2G mobile networks.
Colombia began to roll out 4G services in 2011.
These allow high bandwidth internet services, such as internet television, to be
accessed from mobile devices.
By the end of 2012, 4G networks were due to be up and running in all the country’s largest cities.
Access to the internet from a mobile phone can cost as little as 50 US cents per day
or US$15 per month.
By September 2012, 84% of internet subscribers in Colombia used a broadband
connection with a speed of at least 1,024 kbps.
Most internet users belong to the upper and middle income groups.
Poorer people, if they use the internet at all, are more likely to go online at internet
cafes or the network of more than telecentros – community telecommunications
centres set up by the government.
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In late 2012, over half of the 3.7 million million internet subscribers who used a fixed
line connection lived in Colombia’s four largest cities: Bogotá, Medellin, Cali,
Barranquilla.
90% of fixed line connections were in individual homes. The remainder were nearly
all in businesses and government offices.
Decline in landlines
The boom in mobile phone use over the past decade has been accompanied by a
slow but steady decline in the use of landline phones.
Landlines are now widely used to offer internet access and cable TV as well as voice
communication.
Colombia had just under 6.2 million fixed line telephone subscribers in September
2012.
The landline network is fragmented between several different companies.
However, it is dominated by five large operators.
Two are owned by América Móvil and Telefónica, the Mexican and Spanish
telecoms giants that also run Colombia’s largest mobile networks.
The other three are owned by the municipal authorities of Colombia’s three biggest cities; Bogotá, Medellin and Cali.
The main landline networks are:
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ETB www.etb.com.co the municipally owned telephone company which
dominates the market in Bogotá. This is Colombia’s largest fixed line network, with 1.6 million subscribers. It offers mobile services in association with Tigo.
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Movistar www.movistar.co, a subsidiary of Spanish telecoms group
Telefonica. It also operates Colombia’s second largest mobile network under the Movistar brand.
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UNE www.une.com.co a Medellin-based landline network which also offers
mobile services in association with Tigo.
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Claro www.claro.com.co, the Mexican-owned telecoms group which also
owns Colombia’s largest mobile network. 
EMCali www.emcali.com.co, a landline network based in Cali that is owned
by the city’s municipal authority.
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Internet development plan
The government’s Vive Digital www.vivedigital.gov.co project aims to increase the
number of internet subscribers in Colombia to 8.8 million by 2014.
The official target is to have 50% of all homes and small businesses connected to
the internet by that date.
In 2010, when Vive Digital was launched, only 27% of homes were connected to the
internet.
The project is encouraging the development of a nationwide fibre-optic cable
network.
The government aims to connect at least 700 of Colombia’s 1,102 municipalities to the fibre optic network by 2014.
These 700 targetted municipalities contain about 90% of the country’s population.
Only 200 municipalities were connected to the fibre-optic backbone in 2010 when the
four-year Vive Digital project was launched.
In 2012, many rural municipalities linked to the internet still relied on a satellite
connection.
The government facilitates internet access in remote areas of the country and among
low income groups through its network of more than 3,000 telecentros.
These neighbourhood facilities, operated by private contractors, provide telephone,
fax and internet access to members of the public.
The Vive Digital project is meanwhile promoting computer training and internet
access in schools.
It aims to equip nearly 30,000 schools with internet access by 2014.
Achieving this target would give 94% of school pupils access to the internet.
The government plans to put 1.2 million computers into schools to achieve a ratio of
one computer per eight pupils.
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Telecoms companies
Claro www.claro.com.co
Claro is Colombia’s largest mobile network operator. It was formerly known as Comcel.
The company had nearly 30 million mobile subscribers and a dominant 61.5% share
of the mobile market in September 2012, according to government statistics.
Claro is a subsidiary of América Móvil www.americamovil.com, the international
telecoms group controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.
Besides dominating Colombia’s mobile phone market, Claro is the country’s fourth
largest operator of fixed line phones.
According to the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications, Claro had
846,000 fixed line subscribers in September 2012.
This gave it a 13.7% share of Colombia’s fixed line telecoms market.
In October 2012, Claro claimed to provide 3.5G mobile network coverage in 932 of
Colombia’s 1.102 municipalities.
An online map of locations covered by the Claro mobile network is available on web
page www.claro.com.co/wps/portal/co/pc3/personas/ayuda/cobertura/movil
A map of locations covered by its fixed line network is available on
www.claro.com.co/wps/portal/co/pc3/personas/ayuda/cobertura/fijo-_-hogar
Tel: +57 1 616 9797
Address: Claro, Calle 90 # 14-37, Bogotá
Movistar: www.movistar.com.co
Movistar is Colombia’s second largest mobile network. It is owned by the Spanish
telecoms group Telefónica http://telefonica.com.
Movistar had just over 12 million mobile subscribers in Colombia and a market share
of 24.6% in September 2012, according to the Ministry of Information Technology
and Communications,
Movistar is also the second largest supplier of fixed line telecoms services in
Colombia.
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It had nearly 1.3 million fixed line subscribers in September 2012, according to
government statistics.
Movistar’s mobile network is nearly as extensive as that of Claro.
The company claimed that its GSM mobile network covered 84% of Colombia’s 1,102 municipalities in June 2012, with 3G coverage in 68%.
Movistar offered fixed line telephone service in 79% of the country’s municipalities.
The company’s charitable arm Fundación Telefónica builds schools and hospitals
in Colombia.
Corporate Communications
Tel: +57 1 593 5211
+571 705 0000
Email: [email protected]
Movistar, Transversal 60 No. 114a-55, Bogotá
Telefónica Colombia national headquarters
Tel: +57 1 650 0000
Address: Telefónica Colombia, Calle 100 # 7-33, Piso 6, Bogotá
Tigo www.tigo.com.co
Tigo is Colombia’s third largest mobile network.
It had just over 6.4 million mobile subscribers and a market share of 13.0% in
September 2012, according to the Ministry of Information Technology and
Communications..
Tigo is majority owned by the Luxembourg-based telecoms group Millicom
International (www.millicom.com) which operates mobile networks in Latin America
and the Caribbean.
The Colombian fixed line telecoms networks ETB (Bogotá) and UNE (Medellin) own
minority stakes in Tigo.
Both offer mobile services under their own brand name in conjunction with Tigo.
An online coverage map of the Tigo mobile network in Colombia is available on webpage www.tigo.com.co/mundo-tigo/cobertura/gsm-gprs-edge
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Director of Communications - Ana María Cáceres García
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 57 1 330 3000.
Address: Tigo, Edificio Citibank, Carrera 9A # 99-02, piso 5, Bogotá
ETB http://hogares.etb.com.co/
ETB, formally known as Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogotá, is Colombia’s largest landline telecommunications company.
It is also one of the country’s largest broadband internet providers.
ETB had 1.6 million fixed line subscribers and a 26.4% share of the fixed line
telecoms market in September 2012, according to Ministry of Information Technology
and Communications statistics.
It was founded in 1884 as a municipal telephone company serving the capital and
most of it subscribers are still in Bogotá.
However, ETB has expanded to provide telecoms services in the surrounding
department of Cundinamarca.
More recently, the company has extended its services to other parts of Colombia,
including Villavicencio and Cúcuta.
ETB was floated on the stock market in 2003, but the Capital District of Bogotá
remains the majority shareholder, with an 88% stake in the company
President – Saul Kattan Cohen
Tel: +57 1 646 6464
Address: ETB, Cr 8 # 20-56 Bogotá
UNE www.une.com.co
UNE is a Medellin-based landline network with a strong presence in central and
northwestern Colombia.
It also offers mobile services in association with Tigo.
UNE had 1.2 million fixed line subscribers and a 19.6% share of the fixed line
telecoms market in September 2012, according to Ministry of Information Technology
and Communications statistics.
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UNE is owned by the Medellin municipal authority.
It is Colombia’s third largest fixed line phone company in terms of the number of
subscribers.
President – Marc Eichmann
Tel +57 4 444 4141
EMCali www.emcali.com.co
EMCCali is a landline network based in Cali that is owned by the city’s municipal authority.
It had 299,000 fixed line subscribers and a 4.8% share of the fixed line telecoms
market in September 2012, according to Ministry of Information Technology and
Communications statistics.
It is Colombia’s fifth largest fixed line telephone company. Tel : +57 2 899 9999
Address: EMCali, Torre EMCali, Av N entre calle 10-11, Cali
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Annex I – list of community radio stations
The following list of community radio stations has been compiled from information
published by the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications in 2012.
The radio stations are listed by department and location.
The departments are listed in alphabetical order.
Within each department the locations are listed in alphabetical order.
Amazonas
Leticia
Futuro Amazónico (FM 106.9)
Owner: Fundación Ecológica Futuro Amazónico
Antioquia
Abejorral
Radio Abejorral Stereo (FM 107.4)
Owner: Asociación Communidad Abejorral en Marcha
Alejandría
Emisora Nare Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Central Urbana
Amagá
La Voz de Amaga (105.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cafe y Carbon
Andes
Omega Digital Stéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Avenida Medellin, Plaza de Ferias
Angelópolis
Angelópolis Stereo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Comunica a Los Hombres
Apartadó
Antena Stéreo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Comunicar Asdecoa
Arboletes
Coral F.M. Stereo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Turística y Social de Arboletes Coral F.M. Stereo
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Argelia
Argelia Stéreo (105.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Community Los Arrieros
Belmira
Brisas del Río (1540 AM)
Owner: Parroquia de Nuestra Seňora
Buriticá
Emisora Ondas de San Antonio (105.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Central Urbana
Caldas (Antioquia)
Galaxia Stereo (95.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación "Mario Jaramillo Mejía", para la Comunicación , la Cultura y el
Deporte
Campamento
Ondas del Nechí (97.5 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina Ondas del Nechi
Caramanta
Caramanta Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación para la Promoción de la Educacion la Cultura y el Desarrollo
Social del Municipio de Caramanta
Carepa
Urabá Stereo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Community el Papagayo
Caucasia
Comunal Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Acción Comunal del Barrio Pueblo Nuevo
Chigorodó
Banana Stéreo (88.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Pro-Desarrollo de Chigorodó
Cisneros
Cisneros Stéreo (105.4 FM)
Owner: Amigos de Cisneros
Ciudad Bolívar
Radio Ciudad Bolívar (88.5 FM)
Owner: Corporación Radio Ciudad Bolívar
Cocorná
Cascada Estéreo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina para la Promoción Cultural de Cocorná
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Concepción
Concepción Stéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Mujeres Progresistas
Ebéjico
Sevilla Stéreo (97.5 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Sevilla
El Carmen de Viboral
Radiomix (88.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Radial de Oriente "Corporiente"
El Peñol
Radio Coopeñol (1330 AM)
Owned by: Cooperativa Multiactiva el Peňol Antonia. J
El Santuario
Asocomunal Estéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas
Entrerríos
Paisaje Estéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación de Comunicación para el Desarrollo de Entrerríos
Envigado
Envigado Zona Metropolitana (AM 1590)
Owned by: Sociedad Nuevo Continente Ltda
Fredonia
Cerros Estéreo Fredonia (107.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Remanso de Paz
Frontino
Ondas del Plateado (89.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Jesús María Gaviria Benjumea
Frontino
Ecos de Frontino (AM 1420)
Owned by: Hernando Martinez Borja
Girardota
Radio Alternativa (98.5 FM)
Owner: Corporación Alternativa de Girardota
Gómez Plata
Radio Primaveral (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporacion de Comunicaciones de Gomez Plata "Radio Primavera (corapi)
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Granada
Granada Stereo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Para el Desarrollo Cultural de Granada
Guarne
La Voz de Guarné (88.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Proyección Social para la Cultura, la Educación, el Arte y las
Comunicaciones
Guatapé
Peñón de Guadalupe Cultural (97.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comité Ėtico Cultural Municipal de Guatape
Heliconia
La Voz de Guaca (95.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación la Voz de Guaca
Jericó
La Voz del Suroeste (AM 1520)
Owner: Sociedad la Voz del Suroeste ltda
http://emisorajerico.blogspot.com/
La Ceja
Celeste Digital Stereo (105.4 FM)
Owner: Asociaciación Community el Capiro
La Unión
Emisora La Voz de la Unión (AM 1510)
Owner: Parroquia Nuestra Senora.de las Mercedes
www.vozdelaunion.com/web/
La Unión
Union Estéreo (95.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Antioqueña de Comunicaciones CommunityS
Marinilla
Galáctica Stéreo (107.0 FM)
Owner: Corporación para la Cultura, la Comunicación y el Desarrollo del Oriente
Montebello
Milenio Stereo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación La Voz de Todos
Nariño
Radio Comunal (AM 1340)
Owner: Parroquia Nuestra Senora de Las Mercedes
Necoclí
Necocli Estéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Community Ecos de Necoclí
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Puerto Berrío
Radio Venus (AM 1430)
Owner: R.T.M. S.A.
Puerto Berrío
Radio Puerto Berrío Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Precooperativa de Comunicadores Precom
Puerto Triunfo
Triunfadora Stereo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Corporación de Comunicaciones del Magdalena Central
Remedios
Nordeste Stereo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Para la Cultura, la Comunicación y el Desarrollo del Nordeste
Antioqueño
Retiro
Tequendama Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Procalidad Humana de los Guarceños
Rionegro
Rionegro Estéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Juntas de Acción Comunal
Sabanalarga
Sabanalarga Estéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Comité Cultural Comunitario
Salgar
Plateado Stereo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Sociedad de Mejoras Públicas
Radio Juventud San Carlos (88.5 FM)
San Carlos, Antioquia
Owner: Amigos Por la Paz de San Carlos
San Francisco
Ventana Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina por la Comunicación y la Cultura
San Jerónimo
Global (FM 89.4)
Owner: Sociedade Ecofans (Amigos de la Ecologia)
San Luis
San Luis Stéreo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Communiidad Para la Recuperación de los Valores
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San Pedro de los Milagros
La Voz de San Pedro (88.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Radio San Pedro de los Milagros
San Rafael
Turistica Estéreo (95.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina el Pueblo Unido
San Roque
Nus Stéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal de San José de Nus
San Vicente
Ambiente Estéreo (88.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Juntas de Accion Comunal del Municipio de San
Vicente
Santa Bárbara
Radio Santa Bárbara (AM 1310)
Owner: Ramirez Valencia y Cia Secs
Santa Bárbara
Cordial Estéreo (101.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Ecos de Santa Barbara
Santa Rosa de Osos
Radio Más (105.4 FM)
Owner: Cooperativa Lechera Colanta Limitada
Santa Fe de Antioquia
Ondas del Tonusco (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Tonusco
Santo Domingo
Dominicana Stereo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Dominicana
Segovia
Segovia Stereo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Amigos por Segovia
Sonsón
Radio Sonsón (AM 1490)
Owner: Sociedad Sonsonera de Radio Ltda
Sonsón
Capiro Estéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina los Comuneros
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Sopetrán
Sopetrán Estéreo (105.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Ecologica la Sopetrana
Támesis
Támesis Estéreo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Campesina de Televisión de Támesis
Titiribí
Titiribi Estéreo (98.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación la Voz del Campo
Turbo
Ondas del Darién (AM 1460)
Owner: Sociedad Comunicaciones del Darien Ltda
Urrao
Radio Ciudad de Urrao (AM 1450)
Owner: Radio Television y Medios S.A.
Valparaíso
Valparaiso Estéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Radio Valparaíso
Vegachí
Radio Social Vegachí (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación de Radiodifusión Sonora
Venecia
Radio Libertad (89.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación La Libertad
Yarumal
Radio Sensación (AM 1430)
Owner: Sociedad Radio Television y Medios.S.A.
Yarumal
Manantial Stéreo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cerro Azul
Yondó
Impacto Stéreo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Femenina Integral Community
Zaragoza
Zaragoza Digital Stéreo (104.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Zaragoza Digital Stéreo
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Arauca
Arauca
Kapital Radio (107.3 Fm Stereo)
Owner: Corporación Departamental de Desarrollo Integral Comunitario
Fortul
Radio Antares del Oriente (107.3 FM)
Owner: Asociaciación Cultutal Fortuleña Aculfor
Saravena
Sarare FM Stéreo (88.3 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio Seis de Octubre
Tame
Tame Estéreo 88.3 FM
Owner: Club Deportivo Ferias
Atlántico
Baranoa
Fiesta Stéreo 88.1 FM
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Cultural Asodec
Campo de la Cruz
Dinamica Campo 101.6 FM
Owner: Corporación Deberes y Derechos
Galapa
Radio Popular Galapa (105.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Radio Popular Galapa
Juan de Acosta
Juan de Acosta Stéreo (96.6 FM)
Owner: Asociacion de Discapacitados de Juan de Acosta
Luruaco
Luruaco Stéreo (105.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina y Cultural de Luruaco
Malambo
Sensación Stéreo (107,6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Popular y Cultural la Magdalena
Manatí
Manati Stereo 96.6 Fm
Owner: Corporación Grupo Manatí Comunicación Cultural y Community
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Palmar de Varela
Caribeña Stéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina del Caribe Corculcar
Piojó
Paraiso Stéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Sindicato de Agricultores
Polonuevo
Ritmo Stereo (96.6 FM)
Owner: Coprporacion Cultural y Campesina Amigos de Polonuevo
Puerto Colombia
Puerto Colombia Estereo (101.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Popular Amigos de Puerto Colombia
Sabanagrande
Progresiva Stéreo (101.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Progresiva Sabanagrande
Sabanalarga
Provincia Estereo (101.6 FM)
Owner: Fundación Cultural y Campesina la Provincia
Santa Lucía
Emisora Maranata Estereo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Community y Cultural Maranata
Santo Tomás
Oriental Estéreo (105.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina Oriental
Soledad
Madrigal Stéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Radio Campesina de Soledad, Cracom
Suán
Suán Digital Stéreo (107.6 FM)
Owner: Casa de la Cultura
Usiacurí
Cima FM Stéreo (105.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Talento Humano para el Desarrollo Integral "ONG Talento
Humano"
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Bolívar
Arjona
Arjona Stéreo (100.5 FM)
Owner: Comite Civico de la Calle Girardot
Calamar
Calamar Stéreo (96.8 FM)
Owner: Corporación Amigos de Calamar
El Carmen de Bolívar
Cármen Stéreo (89.0 FM)
Owner: Corporación Popular el Cármen
Magangué
Cheverisima Stéreo (93.0 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina Maguey
Margarita
San Francisco Javier (89.0 FM)
Owner: Junta Accion Comunal de Margarita
Mompós
Galaxia Stéreo (93.0 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina Galaxia
Morales
Asociación Municipal de Comunicación Social de Morales (Amcosmor) (107.0
FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Comunicación Social de Morales “AMCOSMOR”
San Jacinto
Artesania Stereo (100.5 FM)
Owner: Corporación Campesina, Cultural y Deportiva
San Juan Nepomuceno
Inovación Stéreo (107.0 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina los Defensores
San Martín de Loba
Lobana Estereo (96.8 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural de San Martín de Loba Bolívar, CORPOSAM
San Pablo
Tabacuru Stéreo (107.0 FM)
Owner: Corporacion de Desarrollo Comunitario de San Pablo
Santa Rosa del Sur
Santa Rosa FM Stéreo (100.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Prodesarrollo Integral de Santa Rosa del Sur
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Simití
Simiti Original Stereo (89.0 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cleber
Talaigua Nuevo
Radio Única Stereo (107.9 FM)
Owner: Comité Cívico Juventud (CIJUTAN)
Tiquisio,
Asociacion Hogares Comunitarios de Bienestar Tiquisio Nuevo (91.0 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Hogares Comunitarios de Bienestar Tiquisio Nuevo
Zambrano
Soberana Estéreo (107.0 FM)
Owner: Acción Comunal Barrio San Jose
Boyacá
Aquitania
Corporación Radial La Voz del Lago (106.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Radial la Voz del Lago
Arcabuco
Vereda Quirbaquira Sector 2 (94.1 FM)
Owner: Vereda Quirbaquira Sector 2
Belén
Belén Stéreo (90.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación para la Promoción de la Comunicación Social en Belén
Buenavista
Oriental FM Stéreo (89.1 FM)
Owner: Asosiación de amigos de buenavista - Asoambu
Caldas (Boyacá)
Laq Voz de Mi Tierrita (94.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Productores de Leche de Caldas
Chiscas
Chiscana Stéreo (106.6 FM)
Owner: ONG. Asociación Campesina Chiscana Estereo
Chiscas
Radio Communitaria Chivata FM Stereo (89.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Radial Campesina Chivata FM Estereo
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Cómbita
FM Dodardo Stéreo (89.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación el Dorado
Covarachía
Luna Estéreo (99.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Vereda Siotes Cuarto Santa Cecilia
Cubará
Juventud Misionera Cubará (99.1 FM)
Owner: Juventud Misionera
Cucaita
Radio Ecos del Valle (89.6 FM)
Owner: Cooperativa Multiactiva Agropecuaria Valle Cucaita
Duitama
Señal Digiral Estéreo (90.6 FM)
Owner: Fundación Casa de la Cultura
El Cocuy
Serranía Stéreo (99.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Serrania Estereo
El Espino
La Voz de la Provincia (100.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Radial la Voz de la Provincia
Floresta
Floresta Stereo (94.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas
Gámeza
La Voz de mi Pueblo (90.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Para el Desarrollo del Niño de Gameza
Garagoa
Santa Bárbara Stéreo (106.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Juntas de Acción Comunal de Garagoa
Guayatá
Sochaquirá Guayatá Stéreo (99.1 FM)
Owner: Junta Accion Comunal Vereda Sochaquira Abajo
Güicán
Radio Guicán (89.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal
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La Uvita
Visión FM Stéreo (89.6 FM)
Owner: Productores y Comercializadores de Carbon de la Vereda de Cañitas
Miraflores
Mundo Comunicaciones (98.6 FM)
Monguí
Soberana FM Stereo (94.10 FM)
Owner: Sociedad Para el Desarrollo y Progreso de Monguí
Moniquirá
Hit Stéreo HKD28 (100,6 FM)
Owner: Círculo de Trabajadores de los Medios de Comunicación Social de Vélez y
Ricaurte
Nobsa
Emisora Barrio Nazareth (106.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Barrio Nazaret
Nuevo Colón
Manzanar Stéreo (96.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Central de Nuevo Colon
Otanche
Corporacion para la Proyección Social de Otanche (106.6 FM)
Owner: Corporacion para la Proyección Social de Otanche
Panqueba
Paraíso Stéreo (96.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Central
Pesca
Radio Bello Horizonte (90.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Campesina Radio Bello Horizonte de Pesca
Ramiriquí
Andina Estéreo (89.1FM)
Owner: Corporación Andina
Saboyá
Triunfo Fm Stereo (98.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación para la Comunicación y el Desarrollo Comunitario de Saboya
San Miguel de Sema
San Miguel de Sema Stéreo (96.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas del Municipio de San Miguel de Sema
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Santa Rosa de Viterbo
Armonia Universal FM Estereo (98.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Vereda Egipto
Santana
Sol Stéreo Santana (96.6 FM)
Owner: Fund. Cultural el Tropo
Siachoque
Corporación Campesina Digital Stéreo (100.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Campesina Digital Stéreo
Soatá
Ándes Stéreo (96.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunicaciones del Norte
Socha
Condor Estéreo (94.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Amigos de Socha
Sogamoso
Sol Stereo (99.1 F.M)
Owner: Asociación de Juntas Comunales
Soracá
Cristal Stéreo (98.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comuniquemos Capítulo Soracá
Tenza
Tenza Fm Stereo (90.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cultural Chingu
Tibasosa
Radio Semillas (100.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Semillas
Toca
Vida Stéreo (106.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación para el Fomento de la Comunicación Social de Toca
Tuta
Lanceros Stéreo (94.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Agropecuaria Aposentos Tuta
Ventaquemada
Emisora Independencia Stéreo (106.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas de Ventaquemada
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Villa de Leyva
Villa de Leyva Estereo (106.6 FM)
Owner: Corporación Integral de Villa de Leyva Ltda
Viracachá
Maravilla Stéreo (98.6 FM)
Owner: J.A.C. Central Viracacha
Zetaquirá
Caña y Café Stéreo (90.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación Agropecuaria Caña y Café
Caldas
Inmaculada Stereo (93.1 FM)
Owner: Fundación Aguadeña de Medios de Comunicación Social
Aguadas
Anserma Cultural Stéreo HKD98 (102.5 FM)
Anserma, Caldas
Owner: Casa de la Cultura de Anserma
Aranzazu
Norte Stereo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación para la Difusión del Arte y la Cultura de Aranzazu
Belalcázar
Paisaje Stereo (90.1 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Amigos de la Tierra
Chinchiná
Mirador Stéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio el Mirador ii Etapa
Filadelfia
Filadelfia Estéreo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Grupo Ecológico Renacer Ecológico
La Dorada
Dorada Stéreo (89.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación para la Promoción de la Comunicación Campesina de la Dorada
Manzanares
Manzanares Stéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Comite Civico Amigos por Manzanares
Marquetalia
Corama Stereo (90.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Colectiva Radial Corama
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Marulanda
Amigos de la Tierra (92.1FM)
Owner: Asociación Communitaria Amigos de la Tierra
Neira
Juventud Stereo (93.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Juventud Stereo
Palestina
Angular Estéreo (97.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Angular Campesina Prodesarrollo del Eje Cafetero
Pensilvania
Pensilvania Stéreo (93.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Amigos por la Cultura, el Medio Ambiente y La Paz
Risaralda (Caldas)
Panorama Stéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Amigos de la Cultura, el Deporte, la Recereación, el Medio
Ambiente el Desarrollo Sostenible y la Atención a los Grupos Más Vulnerables de la
Población
Samaná
Ritmo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina del Oriente de Caldas
Supía
La Vega Estéreo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Club Cultural Juvenil "RK"
Caquetá
Belén de Los Andaquíes
Radio Andaquí (88.1 FM)
Owner: Fundación Cultural para la Comunicación Campesina Convivir
El Paujil
Paujil FM Stéreo (107.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Colombiana de Juntas del Municipio de Paujil
Florencia
104.1 FM Stéreo
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo del Arte y la Cultura de la Amazonía –
FUNDARCA
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La Montañita
Montañita Sonora Stéreo 88.1 FM
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal de Montañita
Puerto Rico
Caquetá Stéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio las Damas
San Vicente del Caguán
Ecos del Caguán (107.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Interinstitucional para la Emisora Communitaria Ecos del
Caguan
Solita
Solíta Stéreo (107.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal del Barrio el Centro
Casanare
Aguazul
Radio Aguazul (107.7 FM)
Owner: Naturaleza Para la Paz -ONG
Monterrey
Rokastereo (88.7 FM)
Owner: Fundación Ecologica de Monterrey
Orocué
Ecos de Orocué (107.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Mujeres de Orocué "Amor"
Paz de Ariporo
Caporal Stéreo (88.7 FM)
Owner: Club Festival Folclorico Estudiantil el Alcaravan de Oro
Sabanalarga (Casanare)
Saman Stereo (96.7 Fm)
Owner: Comite Civico
Támara
Café Stéreo (96.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación. de Mujeres Rurales de Tamara
Tauramena
Asociacion Canleidoscopio (107.7 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Canleidoscopio
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Trinidad
Asociacion de Comuncadores de Trinidad (88.7 FM)
Owner: Asociacion de Comuncadores de Trinidad
Villanueva
Ondas del Upia (88.7 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo del Upia
Yopal
Manantial Stéreo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cravo Sur
Cauca
Argelia (Cauca)
Argelia Stéreo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación Argelia
Balboa
Balboa Stereo hke-80 (88.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Balboa Stereo Sistema Radio Comunal
Bolívar
Bolivar Stereo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Bolivar Stereo - Sistema Comunal
Cajibío
Contacto Stereo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación para el Desarrollo Comunitario Asocomun
Corinto
Corinto Digital FM Stéreo (99.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Corinto Stereo Sistema Comunal
El Tambo
Emisora Campesina Corporación Democrácia Paz y Sociedad (89.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Democracia, Paz y Sociedad
Florencia (Cauca)
Paraiso Stereo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Paraíso Stereo
Jambaló
Voces de Nuestra Tierra (107.4 FM)
Owner: Cabildo Indígena Resguardo Jambaló
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La Sierra
Asociacion Campesina la Sierra Stereo Sistema Comunal (88.9 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Campesina la Sierra Stereo Sistema Comunal
La Vega
La Vega Stéreo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal, Corregimiento de Albania, Municipio la Vega
Cauca
Páez (Belalcázar)
Páez Vive Estéreo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Páez Vive 88.4 fm. Stéreo
Patía (El Bordo)
Patía FM Stéreo Sistema Comunal (99.4 FM)
Owner: Patia Stereo Asociación Campesina Sistema Comunal
Piendamó (Tunía)
Voces & Sonidos (88.9 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Piendamó Stéreo
Puerto Tejada
Paraiso Stéreo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Centro de Fe y Esperanza
Santa Rosa (Cauca)
Santa Rosa de Lima Stéreo (88.9 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Parroquia Santa Rosa de Lima
Santander de Quilichao
Santander Stereo (102.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Santander Stéreo
Sotará (Paispamba)
Radio Yanacona (99.4 FM)
Owner: Fundacion Radio Campesina Yanacona
Timbío
Aires de Timbío (88.9 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Aires de Timbio FM Stéreo
Toribío
Nasa Stéreo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Cabildo Indigena de Toribío
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Cesar
Aguachica
Campo Serrano Radio (95.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Padres de Familia Instituto José María Campo Serrano
Agustín Codazzi
Sensación Stéreo (FM 89.2)
Owner: Fundación Educación y Organización Social Ecos
Astrea
Astrea Unica Stéreo (FM 89.2)
Owner: Fundación de Comunicadores de Astrea - Fundacomas
Bosconia
Bosconia Tropical Stereo (FM 95.7)
Owner: Fundación Campesina San Juan Bosco
Chimichagua
La Voz del Higuerón (FM 95.7)
Owner: Corporación Adelante Chimichagua
La Voz de Chiriguaná (FM 107.7)
Chiriguaná, Cesar
Corporación Campesina La Voz de Chiriguaná
Curumaní
La Voz de Curumani (FM 88.2)
Owner: Corporación Popular Voz de Curumaní
El Copey
Villa del Cesar Stereo (FM 88.2)
Owner: Corporación Community Villa del Cesar
Gamarra
89.2 FM
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio San Jose
La Jagua de Ibirico
La Voz de la Jagua (FM 95.7)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Barrio las Malvinas
Pailitas
Universal Stereo (FM 89.2)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Central
Pelaya
Inovación Estéreo (FM 89.2)
Owner: Corporación Campesina Inovación Estereo
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Río de Oro
Rio de Oro FM (FM 88.2)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal de la Urbanización los Cristales 2nda Etapa
San Martín
San Martin de Tours stereo (FM 88.7)
Owner: Fundación San Martin de Tours
Chocó
Istmina
Canalete Stéreo (FM 106.8)
Owner: Fundación Canalete
Nuquí
Riscales Estéreo (FM 105.8)
Owner: Asociación del Consejo Comunitario General los Riscales
Riosucio
Porime Stéreo (FM 106.8)
Owner: Porime
San José del Palmar
Palmar fm Stéreo (FM 106.8)
Owner: Palmar Stereo FM Emisora Campesina
Tadó
Soberana Estereo 100.8 FM
Owner: Fundación Prodesarrollo de Tado
Unión Panamericana
Cristal Stéreo (FM 90.3)
Owner: Asociación para el Desarrollo en Comunidad en la Unión Panamericana
Córdoba
Chinú
Caribe Stéreo (FM 89)
Owner: Asociación Campesina de Comunicación Social Asocom
Ciénaga de Oro
Latina Estéreo (FM 89)
Owner: Corporación Cultural de Cienaga de Oro
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Cotorra
Cotorra Stéreo (FM 89.0 FM)
Owner: Club de Softbol de Cotorra - Desocot
Puerto Libertador
Comunidad de Puerto Libertador (107.0 FM)
Owner: Asociacion Comunal de Juntas de Puerto Libertador
San Pelayo
San Pelayo Stéreo (105.0 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas del Municipio de San Pelayo
Tierralta
Sergio Restrepo (105.0 FM)
Owner: Casa de la Cultura Campesina - Emisora Sergio Restrepo
Cundinamarca
Cáqueza
La voz de Caqueza 91.6 FM Stereo (FM 91.6)
Owner: Asociación Radial de Comunicación Social del Oriente
Carmen de Carupa
Cristal F.M. Stéreo (FM 94.4)
Owner: A.B.C. Radiocomunicaciones Cármen de Carupa
Chía
Luna Stéreo (FM 106.4)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas de Chia
Choachí
Choachí Stéreo (88.3 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Urbana
Chocontá
Amigos de Choconta (FM 101.3)
Owner: Fundación Amigos de Choconta
Cogua
La voz del Agua (FM 88.3)
Owner: Fundación Cultural Corriente de Agua Pura "Funcapura"
Cota
Cotidiana (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación casa santa cruz
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Facatativá
Radio Unilatina (94.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación Unilatina
Fomeque
Chingaza Stéreo (FM 106.4)
Owner: Asociación Colombiana de Banda Ciudadana Radiocomunicaciones
Fomeque
Funza
Bacatá Estéreo FM (94.40)
Owner: Corporación de Cultura y Turismo de Funza
Gachancipá
Asivag Stéreo (FM 91.6)
Owner: Urbanización Asivag
Granada (Cundinamarca)
Emisora Community del Municipio de Granada (FM 91.6)
Owner: Asociación de Juntas de Acción Comunal Municipio Granada
Guachetá
Elsymar Stéreo (106.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación Elsy Mariela Mendez
Guaduas
Guaduas Stéreo (88.3 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Vereda Yerbabuena
Guasca
Horizonte Stéreo (88.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación Nuevo Horizonte
Junín
La J Stereo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación para el Desarrollo Agropecuario Industrial y Turistico
La Palma
Ciber Estéreo (107.1 FM)
Owner: Asopalma
La Peña
La Peña Stéreo La Voz de la Comunidad (89.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas de la Peña
Madrid
Oasis Stereo (88.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicadores Sociales de Madrid
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Mosquera
Asoam Stéreo (FM 106.4)
Owner: Asociación Amigos de Mosquera
Nocaima
Leones Stéreo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Club de Leones de Nocaima
Paratebueno
Paratebueno Stéreo (94.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal de la Urbanizacion San Andres Primera Etapa
Puerto Salgar
Salgar Estéreo (106.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Urbana
Sibaté
Emisora Community Sibaté (88.3 FM)
Owner: Asociaciónde Juntas de Acción Comunal del Municipio de Sibaté - Asojuntas
Soacha
Radio Rumbo (107.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo y Participacion de las Comunidades
Sopó
La Voz del Chuscal (107.8 fm)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Vereda el Chuscal
Subachoque
Tablazo Stéreo (94.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Prodesarrollo del Valle de Subachoque
Supatá
Horizontes Stéreo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas del Municipio de Supatá
Tabio
Juaica Stéreo (88.3 FM )
Owner: Asociación Padres de Familia Colegio General San Martin
Tausa
Radio Eco… Ecologíca Radio Tausa (89.1 FM) Owner: Teatro mágico ambiental tema
Tenjo,
Ondas Stéreo (94.4 FM)
Owner: AsociaciónPaz Verde de Tenjo
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Vergara
Frecuencia 5 (FM 88.3)
Owner: Asociación Comunicaciones Sociales de Vergara
Villa de San Diego de Ubaté
Crecer FM Stéreo Ubaté (107.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Vereda Palo Gordo
Yacopí
Yacopí Estéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Juntas de Accion Comunal de Yacopi
Guainía
Puerto Inírida
Custodia (102.1 FM)
Owner: Instituto Agropecuario Custodio García Rovira
Guajira
Dibulla
Clase Estéreo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Grupo Ecológico Genesis
Fonseca
Fonseca Stéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Organización Campesina y Cultural San Agustin de Fonseca
Riohacha
Guajira Stéreo (107.3 FM)
Owner: Fundación Proguajira
Guaviare
El Retorno
El Retorno Stéreo (89.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Juventud para el Desarrollo del Guaviare
San José del Guaviare, Guaviare
Juventud Stéreo (104.7 FM)
Owner: Movimiento Juventud por el Guaviare
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Huila
Acevedo
Sabor Stéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Comité Cívico Cultural
Aipe
Aipe Stéreo (98.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Juntas de Acción Comunal
Algeciras
Nueva Era Algeciras Estéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Fundación Shekina
Altamira
Dinamica Stéreo (98.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Communitaria Altamira Estéreo Sistema Comunal
Campoalegre
Alegre Stéreo (95.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Progreso de Campoalegre
Colombia (Huila)
Emisora Campesina de Colombia (98.8 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Barrio Carmelitano
Guadalupe
Guadalupe Stéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Microempresarios de Guadalupe Asmig
Íquira,
Íquira Estéreo (95.8 FM)
Owner: Corporación Campesina de Comunicaciones y Publicaciones de Iquira
Isnos
Cristal Stéreo (95.8 FM)
Owner: Junta de Accion Comunal Vereda la Florida
La Argentina (Platavieja)
Diamantina Stéreo (88.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Communitaria por un Futuro Promisorio del Municipio de la
Argentina - Huila
La Plata
Fiesta Stereo (95.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas del Municipio de la Plata
Oporapa
Emisora Veritas Stéreo (98.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina para el Desarrollo Social
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Pital
Pital Stéreo (98.8 FM)
Fundación Futuro Verde
Pitalito
Cálamo Stéreo (98.8 FM)
Owner: Junta de acción comunal barrio calamo.
Suaza
Orquidea Stéreo (88.80 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Vereda las Delicias
Tarqui
Tarqui Stéreo (95.8 FM)
Owner: Fundación Social Manuel de Jesús Iriarte Macias
Teruel
Ambiental Stéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina el Retiro
Tesalia
Taurina Digital Stéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Junta Central de Acción Comunal
Timaná
Miel Stéreo (95.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Apicultores del Sur del Huila
Magdalena
Aracataca
Macondo Stéreo (103.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Juventudes de Macondo
Ariguaní
Radiorama Estéreo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Radiorama, Asociación Agropecuaria
Chivolo
Impacto Stereo (93.40 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Central
Fundación
Impacto Stéreo (107.9 FM)
Owner: Corporación Communitaria Impacto
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Guamal
Fabulosa FM Stéreo (103.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Para el Desarrollo Integral.
Nueva Granada
Rodeo Stéreo (93.4 FM)
Owner: Junta AcciónComunal del Barrio el Rodeo
Pivijay
La Voz de Pivijay (88.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Campesina Amigos de Pivijay
Plato
K-Ribe Stéreo (103.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo e Integración de la Comunidad - Fundicom
Salamina
Satélite Stéreo (93.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Satélite
Santa Bárbara de Pinto
Fidelidad Estéreo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Cultural y Campesina Amigos de Santa Bárbara del Pinto
Tenerife
Fiesta Estéreo (107.9 FM)
Owner: Fundación Amigos de la Villa de San Sebastián de Tenerife
Meta
Acacías
RCA (88.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas
Castilla la Nueva
Emisora Campesina de Castilla la Nueva (95.6 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Juntas de Accion Comunal
El Castillo
Juventud Estéreo (94.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Jóvenes del Ariari
Guamal
Fundación Campesina Stéreo (94.8 FM)
Fundación Campesina de Guamal
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San Carlos de Guaroa
Emisora Communitaria de San Carlos de Guaroa (94.8 FM)
Junta de Acción Comunal la Guaratara y el Laguito
San Carlos de Guaroa
Emisora Brisas del Tonoá (107.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas de Cubarral
Nariño
Buesaco
Sensacional Stéreo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Integración Cultural
Colón (Génova),
Genova Estéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Colón
Consacá
Consacá Estéreo (90.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio San Vicente, el Carmelo y Calle Bolivar
Cumbal
Cumbal Stéreo (92.5 FM)
Owner: Cabildo Indigena del Cumbal
Cumbitara
Cumbitara Estéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Mujeres Campesinas - Asomuc
El Peñol
La Consentida fm Estéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Club Deportivo y Cultural el Triunfo
El Tablón de Gómez
Caña Brava Estéreo (106.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Juvenil la Victoria
Gualmatán
Campo Verde Estéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campo Verde
Iles
Primavera Estéreo (92.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Iles Primavera del Sur
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Imués
Imués Stéreo (90.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Ecoimués
Ipiales
Internacional Stéreo (106.9 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Organizaciónes Sociales del Norte de Ipiales
La Cruz
Cascabel F.M Estéreo (106.1 FM)
Owner: Junta Central de Acción Comunal
La Florida
Manantial Estéreo (99.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cultural y Communitaria “Manantial Estéreo” La Unión
Café Estéreo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Communitaria de Cusillo Bajo
Leiva
Leiva Stéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Cooperativa Agropecuaria Mama Conde “Cooam Ltda” Linares
Linares Tropical Stéreo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Linares Stéreo por la Paz
Los Andes (Sotoymayor)
La Poderosa Super Rumba (88.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Voz de los Andes
Olaya Herrera (Bocas de Satinga)
Satinga Stereo (107.1 FM)
Owner: Fundación San Antonio de Comunicación Popular
Policarpa
Policarpa Estéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Brisas del Patia
Pupiales
Pupialpa Estéreo (93.1 FM)
Owner: Fundacion para Impulsar el Desarrollo Comunitario, Impulsar
San Andrés de Tumaco
Tumaco Stéreo (106.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Artistica Danzas Ecos del Pacifico
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San Pablo
Stelar Stéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Emisora Campesina San Antonio
San Pedro de Cartago
La Exitosa (88.5 FM)
Owner: Club de Amas de Casa las Gaviotas
Sandona
Digital Stéreo (88.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cultural y Campesina "Café Stereo"
Túquerres
Radio Activa Stéreo (107.3 FM)
Owner: Club Deportivo Escuela de Futbol Grupo de Juventudes
Yacuanquer
Trigal Estereo (107.1 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Central
Norte de Santander
Arboledas
Emisora Communitaria Arboledas (FM 105.2)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Area Urbana
Cáchira
Paz y Vida Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Fundación Paz y Vida
Cácota
Andes Stereo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Fundación Promocion Campesina
Chinácota
Chinácota Stéreo (98.2 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal
Cucutilla
Cucutilla Stéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Agricultores de Tierra Grata
Durania
Radio San José de Durania (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Ecologica Cachiri
El Zulia
Armonía Stéreo (105.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Usuarios Campesinos del Zulia
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Hacarí
Asociación Comunal de Juntas (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas
Herrán
Contacto Stéreo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Hogar Juvenil Campesino
La Playa de Belén
Emisora Communitaria de la Playa (98.2 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Vereda Montecitos
Labateca
Morena F.M. Stéreo (98.2 FM)
Owner: Fundación Civica el Valle
Los Patios
Fantasía Stéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación radio comunicaciones - ASORADIO
Lourdes
Café Estéreo (105.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Ecos de Lourdes
Ocaña
Sabrosa Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Junta Acción Comunal Barrio Betania
Ragonvalia
Creativa Stéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Fundación Solidaridad y Promoción Integral
Salazar de las Palmas
Belenita Stereo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Usuarios Comunitarios de la Antena Parabólica y Emisoras,
Salazar
Sardinata
Sardinata Estéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Prodesarrollo de Sardinata
Teorama
Teorama Estéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Fundación Paisaje de Dios
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Putumayo
Mocoa
Ondas del Putumayo (107.3 FM)
Owner: Bloque Comunitario Putumayense
Puerto Asís
Colombianisima Stéreo (96.3 FM)
Owner: Club Deportivo Alonso Zapata
Puerto Caicedo
Ocaina Stéreo (96.3 FM)
Owner: Corporación Nuevo Milenio
Santiago
Alternativa Stéreo (105.3 FM)
Owner: Junta de Padres de Familia, Junta Municipal de Educación, Dirección del
Núcleo Educativo
Villacívica (88.3 FM)
Villagarzón (Villa Amazónica), Putumayo
Owner: AsociaciónCívica y Campesina de Ciudadanos del Municipio de Villagarzón
Quindío
Armenia
Armenia Estereo (89.4 FM)
Owner: Corporación Voz de Armenia, Mantequilla
Calarcá,
Alfa Stereo 93.1 FM
Owner: Asociación Campesina y Cultural Alfa
Génova
Manantial Stereo (93.1 FM)
Owner: Asociacion de Comunicadores Asocom de Genova
Montenegro
Montenegro Stereo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Amigos de la Cultura y la Comunicación
Pijao
Radio Cordillera del Quindío (92.1 FM)
Owner: Fundación Ambiental para el Desarrollo “FAD” Quimbaya
Quimbaya FM Estéreo (91.7 FM)
Owner: Asocación Promotores de Cultura Quimbaya - Procultura
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Salento
Fundacion Panorama Ambiental (92.1 FM)
Owner: Fundación Panorama Ambiental
Risaralda
Belén de Umbría
Belén Stéreo (95.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Santa Rosa de Lima
Dosquebradas
Dosquebradas Estéreo (92.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Amigos por Dosquebradas
Guatica
Radio G Emiosora Community (104.1 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cultura y Proyección Campesina - Proyecom
Marsella
Sembrando Estéreo (103.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Usuarios Antena Parabolica de Marsella
Quinchía Estéreo (89.3 FM)
Quinchía, Risaralda
Owner: Corporación Antena Parabolica Quinchia
Santa Rosa de Cabal
Café Estéreo (104.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Juan Valdez
San Andrés islas
San Andrés
Radio Impacto Stéreo (91.5 FM)
Owner: Corporación Radio Impacto Cultural y Campesina
Santander
Barbosa
Brillante Stéreo (88.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Enconsenso por Barbosa
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Barichara
Mirador Stéreo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asocación Comunal de Juntas del Municipio de Barichara
Betulia
Betuliana Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Radio Campesina Betulia Estéreo
Bolívar (Santander)
Bolívar FM Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Emisora Bolivariana
California
Emisora Campesina de California (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Mujeres Campesinas del Municipio de California
Capitanejo
Chicamocha Estéreo (91.2 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Casablanca la Vega
Carcasí
Carcasí Stéreo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas de Carcasí
Cerrito
Cerrito Estereo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cerritana de Comunicación Campesina
Charalá
Charalá Estéreo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Charalá Stereo
Chima
Chimaná Estereo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Chimaná Estéreo
Chipatá
Chipatá Stéreo (98.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina la Voz de la Milagrosa
Cimitarra
Solar Stéreo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Fundación Amigos de Cimitarra
Contratación
La Voz de la Fé (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Usuarios Campesinos
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Coromoro
La Voz de los Moros (107.7 FM)
Owner:Asociación de Comunicación Campesina la Voz de los Moros
El Carmen de Chucurí
La Nueva Chucurí (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Desarrollo Economico y Social Para el Cármen de Chucurí
Floridablanca
La U Stéreo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Instituto Colombiano de Estudios Sociopoliticos ICES
Guaca
Eco Guaca Estéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas del Municipio de Guaca, Santander
Guadalupe
Guadalupe Stéreo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Guadalupe
Guavata
Proyección 2000 Stéreo (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Proyección 2000 Stereo
Jesús María
Ritmos Stéreo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Eliécer Jiménez Gonzáles
La Belleza
Ecobel FM Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Emisora Ecobel
La Paz
La Paz Stéreo (103.2 FM)
Owner: Corporación Comité Cultural de la Paz
Landázuri
Landázuri Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina la Voz de Landazuri
Lebrija
La Voz de Lebrija (91.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina la Voz de Lebrija
Málaga,
La Voz de Los Andes (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina la Voz de los Andes
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Matanza
La Voz de Matanza (107.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación para el Desarrollo de Matanza
Mogotes
Mogotes Stéreo (103.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina de Mogotes
Molagavita
La Voz de Molagavita FM Stéreo (103.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación la Voz de Molagavita
Ocamonte
Ocamonte Stéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina de Ocamonte
Oiba
Ecos de Oiba Stéreo (91.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Ecos de Oiba
Onzaga
Radio Campesina de Onzaga – RCO (91.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cultural Camilo Forero Reyes
Puente Nacional
La Voz de Sorocotá (101.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina la Voz de Sorocota
Puerto Wilches
Puerto Wilches Estéreo (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación para la Promoción de la Comunicación Campesina
Rionegro
La Voz de la Inmaculada (103.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación campesina la Voz de la Inmaculada
Sabana de Torres
Sabana Stereo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Acodinsa
San Gil
Radio La Cometa (107.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Radio Campesina Estéreo San Gil
San Juan de Girón
San Juan de Girón (88.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Emisora San Juan de Girón
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San Vicente de Chucurí
Emisora Campesina San Vicente Stéreo (91.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación San Vicente Stereo
Santa Helena del Opón
Radio Ripp Estéreo (91.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Emisora Radio Rip Stereo
Simacota
Santa Barbara Stéreo (91.2 FM)
Owner: Parroquia Santa Barbara de Simacota
Socorro
La Cúpula f.m Socorro Stéreo (98.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Coordinadora de Organizaciónes Communitys del Socorro
Suaita
Renacer Stéreo (107.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Radio Campesina Vado Real Stereo
Valle de San José
Cerros de la Cruz (91.2 FM)
Owner: Asociación Municipal de Juntas de Accion Comunal del Valle de San Jose
Vélez
Emisora Radio Ciudad de Vélez (90.7 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Emisora Senderos del Desarrollo
Villanueva
Villanueva Stéreo (101.4 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Comunicación Campesina Villa Nueva
Zapatoca
Nitro Stéreo 103.2 FM
Owner: Fundación Maestro Gustavo Gómez Ardila
Sucre
Corozal
Radio WZ Stéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Fomento de Microempresas Asociativas Regional-Formar
Guaranda
La Voz de la Mojana (107.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina de Productores de Guaranda
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La Unión
La Unión Stereo (97.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Empresas Solidaridad Campesina (ADESOC)
Los Palmitos
Fiesta Stereo Community (88.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación para el Desarrollo Campesino
Majagual
Impacto FM Stéreo (97.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Pequeños Agricultores de la Vereda la Florida - ASOPAF
Morroa
Morroa Estéreo (94.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación de la Canción Inédita e Intérprete de la Canción Romántica
Ovejas
San Francisco Estéreo (97.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Cultural de Ovejas San Francisco
Sampués
Primavera Stéreo (88.3 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Amigos Voz Campesina
San Benito Abad
Guichoa Stéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Guichoa
San Luis de Sincé
Sincé Stereo (97.8 FM)
Owner: Club Rotario de Since
San Marcos
Radio Chipilin Estéreo (107.8 FM)
Owner: Fundación Musical Alejandro Rodríguez Pérez
San Pedro
Sonora Stéreo (94.3 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo de San Pedro
Santiago de Tolú, Sucre
K-Ribian Stéreo (97.80 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Desempleados del Golfo de Morrosquillo - Asogolfo
Sucre
La Preferida de Sucre (103.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Pequeños Productores Agropecuarios y Pesqueros del
Corregimiento la Solera
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Tolima
Ataco
Ataico FM Estéreo (102.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación antena parabolica campesina
Espinal
Espinal Stéreo (95.1 FM)
Owner: Corporación Communitaria de Comunicaciones
Fresno
Romance Stéreo (93,5 FM)
Owner: Asociación Comunal de Juntas
Icononzo
Shalom Estéreo (94.5 FM)
Owner: Fundación Campesina Los del Camino
Murillo
Voces del Ruíz (94.5 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Microempresarios de Muriillo
Planadas
Musicalia Stéreo (106 FM)
Owner: Cruzada Social de Planadas
Purificación
Calor FM Stéreo (102.5 FM)
Owner: Club Deportivo la Candelaria
Rioblanco
Rioblanco Stéreo (95 FM)
Owner: Asociación de Productores de Frijol Maiz y Frutales de Clima Frio Moderado
del Sector de Quebradon
Valle del Cauca
Alcalá
Furatena FM Estéreo (103.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo Regional Alcalaino Fundara
Andalucía
Espacial Stéreo (92.8 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio la Floresta
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Argelia (Valle del Cauca)
Radio Viva (106.6 FM)
Owner: Fundación para el Desarrollo Humano Fundarte.
Buenaventura
Emisora Community Voces del Pacífico (106.6 FM)
Owner: Fundación Sensemaya
Dagua
Leon Stéreo (96 FM)
Owner: Club de Leones de Dagua
El Cairo
El Cairo FM Stéreo (88.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Alban Valle
El Dovio
Las Hojas FM Stéreo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Fundación Campesina de Radiodifusión en el Dovio “Funcred” Florida (Valle del Cauca)
Florida Stéreo (96 FM)
Owner: Asociación Campesina Florida Stéreo
Guacarí
Guacari Stéreo (95 FM)
Owner: Fundación Social Juvenil Fenix
Jamundí
Universo Stéreo (107 FM)
Owner: Corporación para el Desarrollo de Villa Paz - Coorpovillapaz
La Cumbre
Pavas Stéreo (106.6 FM)
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal del Corregimiento de Pavas
La Unión (Valle del Cauca)
La Unión Stéreo (103.8 FM)
Owner: Fundación Gamavisión
La Victoria
Guacara Fm Estereo HKM90 (106.6 FM)
Owner: Fundación para la Promosión y Desarrollo para la Victoria
Pradera
Cañaveral Stéreo (107.0 FM)
Owner: Fundación Cañaveral
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Restrepo
Súper Latina 89.0 FM
Owner: Junta de Acción Comunal Vereda Buen Vivir
Riofrio
Activa (103.8 FM)
Owner: Asociación Community “Los Dinamicos” Roldanillo
Roldanillo Stéreo (99.4 FM)
Owner: Junta de Solidaridad y Acción Social del Corregimiento de Morelia
San Pedro (Valle)
La Pegajosa (106.9 FM)
Owner: Club Social los Muchachos
Sevilla
Juventud Stéreo (106.6 FM)
Owner: Fundación Naturaleza y Vida
Tuluá
Mundo (89.0 FM)
Owner: Asociación Jóvenes Progresistas
Yumbo
Yumbo Stéreo (107.0 FM)
Owner: Fundación Empresarial para el Desarrollo de Yumbo
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Annex II – list of community television networks
The following list of community television networks is based on information published
by the National Television Authority – La Autoridad Nacional de Televisión (ANTV) in 2012.
The networks are listed by department and location.
The departments are listed in alphabetical order.
Locations are listed in alphabetical order within each department
Amazonas
Leticia
Corporación de Televidentes de Leticia "TV LETICIA"
Sede Administrativa: Avanida Internacional No. 8 - 76 Dirección de Cabecera:
Carrera 10A No. 15 - 61
Tel: 592 6531
Email: [email protected]
Antioquia
Abejorral
Corporación de Copropietarios de la Señal Parabólica de Abejorral COSPABE
Sede Administrativa: Carrera 52 No. 51 - 52 Cabecera: carrera 44 No. 56 - 87 Barrio
Obrero.
Tel 8648865 - 8648429
Email: [email protected]
Amagá
Asociación Antena Parabólica Amagá
Calle 51 No. 49- 30
Tel: 8472039
Email: [email protected]
Amalfi
Asociación Antena Parabólica Amalfi
Calle Cordoba No.20 - 60
Tel: 8300539
Email: [email protected] [email protected]
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Andes
Asociación de Copropitarios de Antena Parabólica de Andes "AUPAN"
Carrera 49 A No. 47A - 75
Tel: 094 8414953
Email: [email protected] [email protected]
Andes - Corregimiento de Tapartó
Corporación Antena Parabólica de Taparto "CANPTA"
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 50 No. 50 Parque Principal
Tel : 312 791 8324
Email: [email protected]
Andes - Corregimiento de Tapartó
Asociación Cívica La Sierra "Acisierra"
Carrera 4 No. 16 - 134
Tel : 833 7675
Angelopolis
Asociación Comunitaria para el Desarrollo de Angelopolis "ASOANGELOPOLIS"
Calle 10 Santander No. 8- 40
Tel: 094 474 7022
301 648 5187
Email: [email protected]
Angostura
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Servicable. Sigla: TV Angostura
Calle 10 No. 10 - 18/25 Parque Principal
Tel: 094 864 5088
Email: [email protected] [email protected]
Anorí
Asociación Parabólica de Anorí "Aspanor"
Carrera 32 No. 29-05 Plaza Principal
Tel: 835 0360
Email: [email protected]
Armenia
Asociación Armenia TV
Calle 10 con Carrera 8 Piso 3 Parque Principal
Tel : 230 0386
Bello
Asociación Antena Parabólica Las Vegas "Asapave"
Avenida 36 A No. 44A -20
Tel: 482 9466
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Bello
Corporación Prodesarrollo Social y Cultural Barrios San José Obrero, Gran Avenida
y Urbanización San José
Calle 32 No. 55 - 19 Barrio Gran Avenida
Tel: 2758 706 451 0055
Email: [email protected]
Bello
Corporación Prodesarrollo Social y Cultural El Carmelo
Carrera 63A No. 52B-17
Tel: 275 4957
Email: [email protected]
Bello
Asociación Antena Parabólica Fontidueño
Avenida 32 No. 43-149 Fontidueño
Tel: 481 0980 481 8991 481 3986
Email: [email protected]
Belmira
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Belmira "TELEBELMIRA"
Calle 21 No. 21- 02
Tel: 310 390 6607
Betania
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica Betania "AUPABE"
Calle 19 A N° 19-30
Tel: 843 5698 843 5166
Betulia
Asociación de Usuarios Antena Parabólica Betulia "AUPABET"
Carera 21 No. 19- 63
Tel: 8436243
Email: [email protected]
Bolivar
Asociación Antena Parabólica Ciudad Bolivar "Apacibol".
Calle 50 No.51 - 18
Tel: 841 2187 841 2589
Email: [email protected]
Briceño
Asociación Cable Briceño
Carrera 9 No. 9 - 36, municipio de Briceño - Antioquia
Tel: 094-857 0022
Email: [email protected]
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Cáceres
Asociación Pro-Desarrollo Jardín Tamana "Asprota"
Carrera 18 A No. 29 - 53 Corregimiento Jardín Tamana
Tel: 04-8363289
Email: [email protected]
Campamento
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Campamento
Calle 11 No.11 - 47
Tel :04 861 4265
Email : [email protected]
Cañasgordas
Asociación Sin Ánimo de Lucro Telecañas Televisión
Carrera Bolívar 29 - 71 Cañasgordas
Tel : 04 856 4162 04 856 4999
Email : telecañ[email protected]
Caracolí
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Caracolí
Calle 22 No. 21B - 23
Tel: 094 833 6654 320 5137 875
Email: [email protected] [email protected]
Caramanta
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Caramanta
Casa de la Cultura Luis María Sánchez
8553683
Carolina del Príncipe
Asociación Antena Parabólica Carolina del Príncipe
Calle 49 No. 48-68
Tel : 863 4810
Cisneros
Corporación T.V Satelite del Nus
Calle 19 No. 14-22 La Y
Tel : 863 2124
Email: [email protected]
Cisneros
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Cisneros
Carrera Duque Calle Hospital No. 18-81
Tel: 863 1654
Cocorná
Asociación Antena Parabólica Comunitaria del Municipio de Cocorná "Antepaco"
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Calle Buenos Aíres No. 23- 56
Tel: 834 3918 834 3981 834 3896
Copacabana
Asociación de Usuarios del Sistema de Antena Parabólica de Copacabana
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 50 A No. 50 A - 69 Piso 2
Tel: 094 4014494 Ext 106
Email: [email protected]
Dabeiba
Asociación Municipal de Usuario Campesinos de Dabeiba
Carrera Juan H. White No. 9-57 Carrera Uribe Uribe 9- 10
Tel: 859 1123 311 389 9797
Email: [email protected]
Donmatías
Corporación Antena Parabólica Galaxia Donmatías
Sede Administrativa: Carrera 29 No. 29 - 40 Parque Principal Cabecera: Calle 29
No. 30 - 68 oficina: 501
Tel: 866 5706 866 3155
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Ebejico
Cooperativa Multiactiva Nuestra Señora de Fátima
Carrera 18 No. 18 - 14
Tel : 8562189
Email [email protected]
El Bagre
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Bajo Tiguí
Carrera 48 No. 49 A 07 Barrio Metrópolis
Tel: 837 0547 837 0347
Email: [email protected]
El Carmen de Viboral
Cooperativa Multiactiva del Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria del Carmen de
Viboral "VIBORAL TELEVISIÓN"
Carrera 30 No. 29 - 12 Oficina 203 Edificio El Eden Carrera 30 No. 29- 04
Tel : 566 6046
Email : [email protected]
[email protected]
El Peñol
Corporación Antena Parabólica Galaxia El Peñol
Transversal 2 No. 18- 40
Tel: 851 6517
Email: corporació[email protected]
El Retiro
Asociación Antena Parabólica de El Retiro
155
156
Carrera 20 No. 22 - 25
Tel: 541 0898
541 1729
Email: [email protected]
El Santurario
Asociación Cívica y Cultural El Santuario
Calle 49 No. 49-14
Tel: 546 0153
Antioquia
Envigado
Estación de Televisión Comunitaria Tele Envigado
Calle 40 B sur No. 37 - 02 Carrera 43 No. 40C Sur - 61
Tel: 270 9725 332 7979
Email: [email protected]
Frontino
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica de Frontino "ASOCAPAF"
Calle 31 No. 30- 37 Local 2
Gómez Plata
Asociación Antena Parabólica Gómez Plata "Asapagopla"
Calle 50 No. 48- 38 Cento Casa de la Cultura Gómez Plata
Tel : 8628151
Email : [email protected]
[email protected]
Granada
Asociación Comunitaria Parabólica Granada "ASOCOPAG"
Calle 22 No. 23- 30 Barrio Centro
Tel: 094 8320583
Email: [email protected]
Guarne
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Guarne Agudap Cablep sigla:
CABLEPLUS
Calle 46 Carrera 49 - 33 Oficina 301
Tel: 551 2795
Email: [email protected]
Guatapé
Corporación Antena Parabólica Guatapé "Corpagua"
Carrera 27 No. 31- 72
Tel: 094-8611031
Email: [email protected]
Heliconia
Asociación de Televisión Cable Heliconia "Teveheliconia"
156
157
Carrera 20 No. 22A - 12 Parque principal
Tel: 04-854 9364
Email: [email protected]
Itagüí
Corporación Pro-Antena Itaguí Unidos
Calle 73A No. 48 - 59 Piso 1
Tel: 277 1274 377 5626
Email: [email protected]
Itagüí
Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria Itaguí T.V.
Calle 54 No. 51 - 72
Tel: 371 4959
277 1875
Email: [email protected]
Itagüí
Corporación de Sistema de Comunicación Comunitaria El Palmar. Sigla:
CONSISCOMPA
Sede Administrativa: Calle 34 No. 50A - 80 Barrio Las Margaritas Cabecera: Carrera
53 Nº 33 - 65 piso 3.
Tel : 372 8261
372 6454
Jardín
Asociación Comunitaria de Usuarios del Sistema Parabólica de Jardín "Parajardín"
AHORA: Asociación Comunitaria del Sistema Parabólica de Jardín
Carrera 3 No. 10 - 50
Tel: 845 6510
320 680 7194
Email: [email protected]
Jericó
Corporación Antena Parabólica Jericó
Carrera 4A No. 5- 42
Tel: 852 4954
Email: [email protected]
La Ceja
Asociación Cívica y Cultural de la Ceja Aciculce
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 21 No. 21-10
Tel : 553 8818
Email: [email protected]
La Unión
Corporación de Televisión Comunitaria de la Unión
Calle 10 No. 9-37
Tel: 568 8080
Liborina
Asociación Antena Parabólica Liborina
157
158
Calle 8 de la Alcaldia
Tel: 856 1883
Email: [email protected]
Maceo
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Maceo Sigla: ASAPAM
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Sec. Parque Principal Maceo
Tel : 312 238 6492
864 0207
864 0209
Email: [email protected]
Marinilla
Corporación Pro - ACODEMA.
Carrera 34 No. 28 - 44 It. 102
Tel: 548 6366
569 0648
569 1335
Email: proacodema@une.net.co
548 4907
Medellín
Asociación Antena Parabólica San Cayetano
Carrera 51 B No. 88 - 96
Tel : 211 3311
263 2747
Email : asoacomtv@terra.com
Medellín
Corporación Antena Parabólica barrio Castilla "Parabólica Castilla"
Carrera 70 No. 98 - 61 Tercer piso (301) Barrio Castilla
Tel: 477 6161
471 1291
Email: parabolicastilla@yahoo.es
Medellín
Asociación Antena Parabólica San Pablo Santa Fe
Calle 21 A No. 77- 27
Tel: 341 5934
238 4097
Medellín
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica 12 de Octubre ACTUAL: Corporación
Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Doce de Octubre
Carrera 84 A No. 102 B 50 BL 32, AP-101
Tel: 476 2976
Email: corcotv@yahoo.es
Medellín
Corporación Antena Parabólica Francisco Antonio Zea - Alfonso López
Carrera 70 A No. 91- 17
Tel : 2573612
Email: antenaparabolicafranzealopez@hotmail.com
Medellín
Corporación Prodesarrollo Social y Cultura Caunces de Oriente "COPROCO"
158
159
Carrera 9B No. 43 E- 39
Tel: 2210991
Email: parabolico2@hotmail.com
Medellín
Corporación Antena Parabólica Barrio El Salvador
Carrera 38B No. 40A-65 Piso 3, Barrio El Salvador
Tel: 094 239 0978
Email: corapsal@yahoo.es
Medellín
Asociación Antena Parabólica El Salado
Carrera 115 No. 39 D 48 Barrio El Salado
Tel: 094 492 3636
Email: asociacionelsalado1@hotmail.com
Medellín
Corporación Antena Parabólica Aragón Rosaleda, Guayacanes del Sur y Alcazar de
los Prados "Coragra"
Calle 4B No. 10D Este 18 Urbanización Aragón
Tel: 371 3466
Email: coragra@geo.net.co
Medellín
Asociación Antena Parabólica La Floresta y Anexos
Transversal 45 D No. 86-70
Tel: 413 7987
Email: tevefloresta@hotmail.com
Medellín
Corporación Prodesarrollo Unidad Residencial Tricentenario y Barrios Aledaños
"CORPUTRI"
Calle 96A No.63c 46 bloque 70 Int 103 Urbanización Residencial Tricentenario
Tel: 471 4301
471 4298
267 6233
Email: corputritv@hotmail.com
Medellín
Corporación Antena Parabólica Barrio Boyacá.
Calle 111a No. 65 -21
Tel: 273 8104
273 2661
Email: teleboyacatucanal@hotmail.com
Medellín
Corporación Comuna 13 Televisión
Carrera 93 No. 48D - 62
Tel : 446 2762
422 7091
Email: marangos@une.net.co
300 318 5270
580 2450
comuna 13tv@gmail.com
Medellín - Corregimiento de San Antonio de Prado
Corporación San Antonio de Prado Televisión Sigla: PRADO TV
159
160
Calle 4 No. 7 Este 72
Tel : 826 8556 286 6205
Email: pradotvsur@yahoo.com.mx
Medellín - Corregimiento Santa Helena
Asociación Flores Televisión Santa Elena "Flores T.V."
Parque Principal Santa Elena Local 21
Tel 04 538 0882
Montebello
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica Nubes del Rodeo de Montebello
"Apranurom" AHORA: Asociación comunitaria de Televisión Nubes del Rodeo
Calle 20 No. 19 - 15
Tel: 848 0342
Email: nubesdelrodeo@hotmail.com
Mutatá
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Cablevisión Mutata
Calle 12 No. 9- 38 Barrio Mutata
Tel: 857 8748
Mutatá
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Belén de Bajirá "Telebajirá"
Calle Principal Corregimiento de Belén de Bajirá
Tel : 04-820 7755
863 9182
Nechí
Asociación Comunitaria de la Antena Parabólica de Nechí "Acapadena".
Barrio El Bosque
Tel: 04-636 6260
836 8260
Email : acapadena@hotmai.com
Necoclí
Corporación Comunitaria Tevecable de Necoclí
Casa de la Cultura - Parque Principal
Tel : 04-821-4985
Email : leonestelevision@hotmail.com
Puerto Berrío
Asociación Cívica Puerto Berrío Acipube
Calle 6 N No. 7-26 o calle 9 No. 9-20
Tel : 833 3588
Email: antenaparabolicapb@hotmail.com
Puerto Nare
Asociación de Telecomunicaciones de Puerto Nare "ASOTELNARE"
160
161
Carrera 2 No. 48- 25
Tel: 834 6183
Email: asotelnare@gmail.com
Puerto Triunfo
Asociación Cable Puerto Triunfo "Tevetriunfo"
Calle principal Calle 10 No. 12- 57
Tel: 094 8632730
Email: albertoarenas03@hotmail.com
Puerto Triunfo
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Doradal
Calle Principal Corregimiento Doradal
Tel: 834 2408
Email: asodoradal@hotmail.com
Remedios
Asociación Amigos de Remedios. Sigla: Asoar
Calle Avanzada No. 10-48
Tel: 830 3896
Email: teleremedios@yahoo.es
Rionegro
Asociación Comunitaria Parabólica Rionegro
Carrera 50A No. 45- 15 Centro Comercial Córdaba Bloque 3 Of. 108
Tel: 531 3285
531 0133
Rionegro
Corporación Antena Parabólica Layla del Municipio de Rionegro
Carrera 51 No. 54 - 95 piso 1°
Tel: 531 5346
561 4543
Email: corporacionlayla@hotmail.com
Rionegro
Asociación Comunitaria de Rionegro ASCOM RIONEGRO
Calle 49 No. 50 - 59 Local 9902 Centro Comercial Banco Ganadero
Tel: 551 6658
531 8955
532 2733
Email: ascom@une.net.co acuariotv@gmail.com
Sabanalarga
Comité Cultural Comunitario
Calle 19 No. 19- 05
Tel : 855 4221
Email: sabanaestereo104@hotmail.com
Sabaneta
Corporación Antena Parabólica Entreamigos de Sabaneta "CORPAENS"
161
162
Carrera 43B No. 70 Sur - 31
Tel : 288 6555
301 2675
Email: corpaenstv@yahoo.com
Salgar
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Salgar "ASANPAS"
Carrera 27 No. 30- 19 Calle 29 No. 29 - 68
Tel: 844 3111
Email: asanpas@yahoo.es
San Andrés de Cuerquía
Comité de Comunicaciones de San Andrés de Cuerquía Antioquia
Calle Boyacá No. 41- 28
Tel: 861 8162
310 499 5385
Email: glondono@edatel.net.co
San Carlos
Asociación Proantena Parabólica Municipio de San Carlos
Calle 20 No. 20-65 piso 4°
Tel: 871 0124
Email: asociacionproantenaparabolicadesancarlos@hotmail.com
San Francisco
Asociación Sistema Digital Comunitario San Francisco "SIDICOSANFRA"
Calle 10 Carrera 10- 07 Int 104
Tel: 832 3334
San Jose de la Montaña
Asociación Comunitaria de Antena Parabolica San Jose de La Montaña
Sede administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 19 No. 19 - 21
Tel: 862 2255
Email: asocapaj@hotmail.com
San Juan de Urabá
Asociación Antena Parabólica de San Juan de Urabá "Asosanjuanur"
Alcaldía Municipal
(Calle 3 No. 3 - 39)
Tel : 04-827 8388
821 2259
Email: asosanjuanur@hotmail.com p.asosanjuan0970@hotmail.com
San Luis
Asociación Proantena Parabólica del Municipio de San Luis
Calle 20 No. 18 -25
Tel: 834 8225
San Pedro de Urabá
Asocación Antena Parabólica Comunitaria Visión Abibe "Anviabibe"
162
163
Calle 49 con carrera 45 Barrio Alfonso López
Tel: 04-820 5575
Email: anbiavive06@yahoo.es
San Rafael
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica San Rafael ACAP
Calle 31 No. 28 - 31 - Carrera 30 el tejar Institución educativa San Rafael.
Tel: 858 7512
Email: parabsanrafael@yahoo.com
San Roque
Junta de Acción Comunal Corregimiento San José del Nus
calle 11 No. 12-38
Tel: 855 6032
San Roque
Asociación Antena Parabólica Comunitaria sin ánimo de lucro San Roque
Calle 19 No. 17-28
Tel: 865 6295
Email: dianafranco78@yahoo.es
San Vicente Ferrer
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica San Vicente
Carrera 30 No. 31 - 55
Tel : 854 4860
Email : acapsava@gamil.com
Santa Bárbara
Corporación Sistema de Comunicación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Santa
Bárbara CORPASABAR
Carrera Bolívar No. 51- 20
Tel : 846 4094
Email : corpasabar@hotmail.com
Santa Fe de Antioquia
Asociación Antena Parabólica FUTURO 2000
Calle 13 Con Carrera 10 Local 51
Tel : 853 2522
Email: parabolicasantafe@hotmail.com
Santa Rosa de Osos
Corporación Antena Parabólica Santa Rosa de Osos "Capsos"
Calle Colombia No. 30A - 03 Local 101
Tel : 860 8867
860 7492
860 8792
Email : capsostv@edatel.net.co tvosos@hotmail.com
Santo Domingo
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica de Santo Domingo de Antioquia
163
164
"ACAPASAND" HOY Canal Comunitario TV DOMINICANO
Carrera 16 No. 14-40 Tercer Piso
Tel : 862 1526
Email: dominicanotv@yahoo.es
Segovia
Asociación Cable Tierradentro
Calle 50 No 53-73
Tel : 04 831 8842
831 6632
Email : asociaciontierradentro@hotmail.com
Sonson
Cooperativa Integral de Servicios Públicos de Sonsón Ltda. "Servicoops E.S.P"
Carrera 6 No. 6- 10
Tel: 869 3366
869 2754
869 6141
Email: servicoops.@edatel.net.co
Sonson - Corregimiento San Miguel
Corporación de Televidentes de San Miguel "SAN MIGUEL TV"
Carrera 2 No. 31- 25
Tel: 832 4097
Támesis
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Támesis
Carrera 11 No. 14 - 20
Tel: 849 4415
Email: tvtamesis@yahoo.com
Taraza - Corregimiento de la Caucana
Asociación Cable Caucana
Carrera 12 Local 75
Tel : 301 241 4675
Turbo
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Currulao "Telecurrulao"
Carrera 50 No. 49 A 46 Corregimiento de Currulao
Tel: 820 6147
Urrao
Asociacion de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica de Urrao "AUPUR"
Calle 29 N0.32 - 29
Tel : 850 2651
850-2212
Email: aupurtv@gmail.com
Vegachí
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria Vegachi
164
165
Carrera 50 No. 53-57
Tel: 830 5571
Email: asotvegachi@gmail.com
Venecia - Corregimiento Bolombolo
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de "BOLOMBOLO TV"
Carrera 8 No. 7 - 15
Vigía del Fuerte
Asociación Comunitaria Vigía del Fuerte "ASCOVIFU"
Calle Principal
Email: asocovifu@yahoo.es
Yolombo
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión Señal YOLOMBO TV
Centro Comercial San Lorenzo Local 21 plaza principal
Tel: 316 266 9559
865 4012
Email: cmario0516@yahoo.com
Yondo
Corporación Comunitaria Cablevisión Yondo "CABLEVISIÓN"
Calle 48 No. 54 B -12
Tel: 832 5869
834 5869
Mail: corpoyondo@hotmail.com
Zaragoza
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica del Municipio de Zaragoza. Sigla:
Auspaza
Calle Puente Nuevo
Tel : 838 9245
Email: auspaza@yahoo.com
Arauca
Saravena
Corporación Cable Visión Saravena "CABLE VISIÓN SARAVENA"
Calle 30 No. 13- 31
Tel: 882 2244
Email: memos_comunicaciones@yahoo.es
Arauquita
Corporación Comunitaria de Televidentes "TELE SAN LORENZO"
Carrera 9 No. 5- 45 Barrio Las Plameras
Tel : 883 5648
Email : telesanlorenzo@gmial.com
Fortul
165
166
Corporación Social y Deportiva "FORTEL"
Carrera 24 No. 7- 46 Barrio Centro
Tel: 889 9173
Cravo Norte
Corporación Social y Recreativa de Cravo Norte
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 10 No. 3 -35 Barrio El Estereo
Tel: 888 9157
Email: aflorezp@gmail.com
Arauca
Asociación de Productores, Directores y Artistas de Televisión Comunitaria de
Arauca "TELEALCARAVAN"
Carrera 15A No. 6- 16 Urbanización Santa Barbara
Atlántico
Barranquilla
Comunidad organizada de Televisión Social y Telecomunicaciones de Barranquilla
"Cotelba"
Calle Cordialidad No. 13B - 28 Local 9
Tel: 362 4845
362 6932
3162762464
3145078095
Email: comunidadcotelba@yahoo.com
Barranquilla
Comunidad Organizada de Televisión Servicios Sociales y Comunitarios del Distrito
de Barranquilla. Sigla: Telesocial
Calle 47 No. 13B - 28 Local 21 Sede Administrativa Calle 56A No. 13B - 04 Oficina
301
Tel: 095 362 6932
095 369 3832
095 356 9621
Barranquilla
Asociación Ciudadela 20 de Julio Televisión
Ciudadela 20 de julio Bloque 116 Apro 201
Tel : 324 8496
Barranquilla
Asociación Satelco Televisión
Carrera 38 No. 51- 61 Local 21
Tel: 095 341 0852
095 370 7049
311 673 5376
Barranquilla
Corporación Cable Playa Televisión
Cra 19 No. 14 - 38 Barrio Adelita de Char
Tel :(315) 7061408
Barranquilla
166
167
Asociación Nueva Colombia Televisión
Carrera 14 No.109B-27 barrio Los Olivos
Tel: 372 2292
Campo de la Cruz
Corporación TV Campo "TV Campo"
Calle 7 No. 2 - 22 Barrio Cristo Rey
Tel: 311 426 4671
La Soledad
Corporación T.V.Cable Soledad
Calle 67C No. 23B - 69 Local 1
Tel : 362 1480
Malambo Club de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Malambo
"Teleclub Malambo"
Carrera 27 No. 10B - 03 C.C. local 1
Tel : 376 4034
Email : telesocialmalambo@hotmail.com
Palmar de Varela
Corporación Cable Palmar Televisión
Calle 18 No. 3-15
Tel : 317 510 1392
Email : corporacioncablepalmartv@hotmail.com
Puerto Colombia
Asociación Arenosa Televisión
Urbanización Adelita de Char Etapa 2 Manzana L Casa 4
Tel: 324 8496
Sabanagrande
Corporación Sabanagrande Televisión
Calle 10 No. 16- 52
Tel: 300 816 4918
Santo Tomás
Corporación TV Satélite TV SAT
Calle 4 No. 11 - 106 Barrio Centro / Calle 6 No.8 - 28
Tel: 5-879 1019
314 239 3020
Email: corporaciontvsatelite@hotmail.es
Bolívar
167
168
Achí
Asociación de Usuarios de Comunicación Comunitaria TV Express
Carrera 8 No. 10.-60 calle principal
Tel: 682 0446
Achí
Asociación Achi T.V.
Calle Principal
Tel: 5-682 0440
Email: asociacionachi@hotmail.com
Arjona
Corporación de Televisión y Canal Comunitario Teledique "CORTECAR"
Calle Cordoba No. 53 - 110 sector Las Delicias
Tel: 629 4435
629 3313
628 4184
310 727 7093
Email: corteledique@gmail.com gerenciacortecar@gmail.com
Cantagallo
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Cantagallo TV CAN Ahora:
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria
Calle 4 No. 3 - 40 Barrio Centro Cabecera: Carrera 5 con calle 3 Barrio Centro
Tel : 314 294 7013
Email : cantagallotv.can2007@hotmail.com
Magangué
Corporación de Sistema de Comunicación Comunitaria La Espranza de un Pueblo
"Cosespu"
Transv. 3 No. 14 A 40 piso 3.
Tel: 687 5300
Email: maganguelio@hotmail.com
María La Baja
Corporación Cablemar Comunicaciones "Cablemar TV"
Calle 15 No. 15 -64
Tel : 626 0329
Email : palacioeduardo@hotmail.com
Mompós
Asociación de Servicios Rotatario
Calle 16A No. 4B-04
Tel: (5)685 6421
685 5106
Email: asorotatorio@hotmail.com
San Juan Nepomuceno Asociación de Televidentes de San Juan Nepomuceno
Bolívar ASOSANJUAN TV
Calle 12 No. 11 - 04 Barrio Centro
Tel: 689 0515
689 2370
Email: asosanjuanbol@hotmail.com
San Pablo
168
169
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de San Pablo "ACAPSANP"
Carrera 7 No. 18- 31 Barrio La Concepción
Tel : 623 7123
Email : acapsanp@gmail.com
Santa Rosa del Sur
Asociación Prodesarrollo Integral de Santa Rosa del Sur ASOPROISAN
Calle 11 No. 11 - 53 Piso 2
Tel: 095-697 7103
569 7547
569 7220
Email : santarosastereo@gmail.com
Talaigua Nuevo
Corporación T.V. Cable Talaigua
Calle Principal
Tel : 311 406 0143
Turbana
Corporación de Servicios Integrados Para La Familia "S.I.F TV"
Calle del Mercado 2 -29
Email: sergio_alvarino@yahoo.es
Zambrano
Corporación de Servicio Comunitarios de Zambrano "Zambrano T.V."
Calle Principal
Tel: 314 533 7110
Email: yomare_24@yahoo.es
Boyacá
Aquitanía
Asociación Empresarial TV LAGO
Calle 6 No. 8- 18
Tel: 3103136564
Email: chavita1128@yahoo.es
Arcabuco
Corporación Social de Arcabuco "CORSOARC"
Carrera 6 No. 4- 39 Cabecera Avenica 3 No. 5- 49
Tel : 313 296 8388
Belén
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Belen Sigla: BELEN TV
169
170
Sede Administrativa Carrera 4 No. 5- 98 Barrio Centro Cabecera: Carrera 6 No. 319
Tel : 8-787 0688
311 223 4325
Email : asocbelentv@gmail.com
Boavita
Corporación Antena Parabólica de Boavita "CORPOBOAVITA"
Calle 4 No. 9- 18
Tel: 314 334 7587
Email: corpoboavita@hotmail.com
Cerinza
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios "TELE CERINZA"
Carrera 6 No. 6- 48
Tel: 313 338 7405Chita
Asociación Comunitaria para el Servicio de Televisión "ACS TELEVISIÓN"
Calle 6 No 5 - 28
Tel : 789 2101
Email : acstelevision@yahoo.es
Duitama
Corporación Cívica y Cultural de Televidentes de Duitama "CORPODUITAMA"
Carrera 16 No. 13 - 15 segundo piso Barrio Centro
Tel : 762 4465
311 805 6752
Email : corpoduitama@hotmail.com
El Cocuy
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión Parabólica del Cocuy "ACOTEPADELCO"
Carrera 4 No. 7 - 34 Barrio El Centro
Tel: 098 789 0024
320 231 6938
Email: acotepadelco172007@yahoo.es
Garagoa
Asociación de coopropietarios de antena parabólica de Garagoa Asusanpaga Antes:
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica de Garagoa Asusanpaga
Calle 13 No. 11- 18/22
Tel: 098 750 2823
311 223 1625
Email: tvcablegaragoa@gmail.com
Guacamayas
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión del Municipio de Guacamayas "SAN DIEGO
TV"
Carrera 5 No. 3 -35 Barrio La Esperanza
Tel: 788 0283
Email: sandiegotv07@yahoo.com
Guateque
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Guateque
170
171
Transversal 2E No. 9- 11
Tel: 754 1575
311 809 6386
Email: telecableguateque@yahoo.com
Güican
Asociación de Servicios Comunitarios y de Televisión del Municipio de GUICAN
Carrera 4 No. 5- 43
Tel: 789 7048
314 305 6316
Email: carloscocu@yahoo.com
Jenesano
Asociación de Televisión Satelital de Jenesano "CABLE JEN"
Carrera 2 No. 6- 83
Tel: 736 3164
736 3223
310 336 4837
Email: cablejen@hotmail.com
Macanal
Asociación de Televidentes de Macanal. Sigla: ASOTELECABLE
Sede Administrativa: Casa de la Cultura Calle 3 No. 5- 58 Cabecera: Macanal Boyacá
Email : asotelecablemacanal@hotmail.com
Miraflores
Asociación de Usuarios del Servicio de T.V. Satélite Miraflores
Sede Administrativa: Calle 4 No 10-26 Barrio el Ocobo Cabecera: Carrera 10 No. 1 02 Barrio San Antonio.
Tel: 733 1286
320 231 4450
320 238 1103
Email: clayarisa33@gmail.com
Mongua
Asociación de Televidentes de Mongua "TV MONGUA"
Carrera 6 No. 3 - 54
Tel: 313 394 6939
Email: tvmongua@hotmail.com
Mongui
Asociación de Televidentes de Mongui
Carrera 4 No. 7- 27
Tel : 778 2129
Moniquirá
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Moniquirá "Acanpamo"
Calle 22 No. 3-07 Avenida Jaime Castro
7280861
Email : acanpampo@yahoo.es
Muzo
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica de Muzo "ASUAP"
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Carrera 7 No. 2-15
Nobsa
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión por Cable TV NOBSA
Edificio Biblioteca Municipal 2° piso Barrio Jorge Eliecer
Tel: 777 3390
Nobsa
Asociación Empresarial TV CHAMEZA
Calle Principal Verecha Chameza
Tel: 313 828 4248
Email: tvchameza@hotmail.com
Nobsa
Asociación de Usuarios de Servicio de Televisión Comunitaria por Cable del Barrio
Nazareth Municipio de Nobsa "AUTCBANAN"
Calle 7 No. 4- 09 Barrio Nazareth
Tel: 777 1442
Email: autcbanan@hotmail.com
Nuevo Colon
Asociación de Televidentes de Nuevo Colon "TV PROV"
Calle 4 No. 5 - 17
Tel: 735 3019
Email: edgarcastro80@hotmail.com
Paipa
Asociación Comunitaria de Coopropietarios del Sistema de Televisión por Cable de
Paipa "PAIPACOM TV"
Carrera 23 No. 25 - 09
Tel : 310 787 5106
311 244 2095
313 305 2626
Email: paipacom_tv@hotmail.com
Pauna
Corporación de TV Comunitaria por Cable "Puerta Verde"
Calle 6 No. 4-10 Barrio San Roque
Tel: 725 3249
Pesca
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Pesca "PESCA TV"
Carrera 4 No. 3- 20 Barrio Centro
Tel: (098) 778 4350
Puerto Boyacá
Corporación de Televisión Cívica y Cultural de Puerto Boyacá "CORPOBOYACA"
Carrera 3 No. 32- 57
Tel: 320 681 4487
Ramiriquí
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Ramiriquí "Tele - Marquez"
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Carrera 5 No.5 - 66
Tel: 312 414 1611
Email: blanro280@yahoo.es
Saboyá
Corporación Social y Recreativa de Saboyá "Cotelsab"
Calle 6 No. 6-02
Tel: 726 5126
Sáchica
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Sachica ATECOMSACHI
Calle 4 No. 5 - 73
Tel: 734 2025
311 234 6299
Samacá
Corporación Samacá Televisión
Carrera 8 No. 3- 52
Tel: 737 2498
Email: corpsamacas@latinmail.com
lumaponci06@yahoo.es
Santa Sofia
Asociación de Televidentes de Santa Sofia "TELE SANTA"
Carrera 4 No. 5 -88
Tel: 735 9132
Email: tele_santa@hotmail.com
Soatá
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios de Soata "SOATA TV"
Calle 4 No. 4- 41 Barrio Centro
Tel: 314 417 5743
Socota
Asociación Televisión Comunitaria Socotá
Calle 5A No. 1 A-26
Tel: 782 0037
Email: tvsocota@hotmail.com
Socha
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Socha "Telesocha"
Calle 2 con carrera 6 Esquina
Tel: 787 4219
Email: telesocha@hotmail.com
Sogamoso
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Comunitaria. Sigla: "Boyacá Teve"
Calle 10 No. 14 -115 segundo piso
Tel: 098 771 5838
Email: boyacateve@hotmail.com
Sogamoso
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Corporacion Empresarial de Televidentes de Sogamoso "Ceteve"
Calle 55 No. 11C - 90 Barrio Alvarez Gonzalez Santana
Tel: 772 8783
Email: ceteve_cvbien@hotmail.com
Sutatenza
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Sutatenza "Telesutatenza"
Carrera 5a No. 2-75
Sutamarchan
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Comunitaria Sutamarchan Boyacá
Carrera 4 con Calle 5 Barrio Centro
Tel: 725 1186
Email: diazcarlosg@yahoo.es
Tenza
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema Comunitario de Televisión de Tenza Asotelecabletenza.
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 5 No. 8-81
Tel : 310 725 6795
752 7326
Email: asotelecabletenza@yahoo.es
Tibana
Asociación de Televidentes de Tibana "TV TIBANA"
Calle 5 No. 5 - 42
Tel: 311 227 2106
Tibasosa
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema de Distribución de Señales Incidentales
de Tv. Y Telecomunicaciones de Tibasosa HOY: Asociación Comunitaria de
Copropietarios del Sistema de Distribución de Señales de Televisión y
Telecomunicaciones "Ascosistel"
Calle 4 A No. 8-94 Centro Notif.C.Cio Calle 4 A No. 8-44
Tel: 779 3212
Tinjacá
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Tinjaca "ASOCOTIN"
Calle 5 No. 4 - 07 Centro
Tel: 098 735 5574
611 5355
311 848 9547
Email: jaimeyesid.peña@gmail.com asocotin@gmail.com
310 299 1522
Toca
Asociación de Televidentes de Toca "TV TOCA"
Carrea 8 No. 8- 01
Tel: 311 462 1454
Tunja
Corporación Cultural de Tunja
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Diagonal 17 No. 15 -111
Tel: 312 459 8665
Tunja
Asociación de Suscriptores Antena Parabólica Los Muiscas y Suamox
Trasnversal 3 B No. 65A - 45 Barrio Los Muiscas
Tel : 745 0560
315 820 7432
Email : parabolicamuiscas@gmail.com
Umbita
Asociación de Televidentes de Umbita "UMBITV"
Carrera 6 No. 6- 29
Tel: 312 416 0548
098 730 5112
Email: umbitv@hotmial.com
jorirosa@hotmial.com
Ventaquemada
Asociaciónde Televidentes de Ventaquemada "CABLE BOYACA"
Carrera 4 No. 3-07
Tel: 736 6990
Email: cableboyaca@live.com
Viracacha
Asociación de Televidentes de Viracacha "AUTEVI"
Calle 4 No. 3- 55
Tel: 313 432 6900
Email: juliopaez62@hotmail.com
Villa de Leyva
Asociación Comunitaria para el Desarrollo de las Telecomunicaciones en Villa de
Leyva "Asdecor"
Carrera 9 No. 9 - 99
Tel: 732 1959
732 0758
Email: ajtvilla@terra.com
Caldas
Aguadas
Asociación Cívica Antena Parabólica Aguadas Caldas
Carrera 3 No. 6 - 44
Tel: 096 8515705
310 831 6318
Email: asocapa2000@yahoo.es
teleguaduas@hotmail.com
Anserma
Corporación Cívica PROGRESAR
Carrera 4 No. 9 - 40 Piso 2
Tel: 096 853 6035
853 6027
853 2983
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Aranzazu
Asociación Antena Parabólica Aranzazu "TELEARANZAZU"
Carrera 6 No. 3- 22 Salon Parroquial Carrera 6 No. 7-13
Tel: 851 0353
851 1353
Email: telearanzazu@yahoo.es
Manizales
Corporación Cívica Antena Parabólica La Enea
Carrera 32 B No. 100 D 14 La Enea
Tel: 096 874 6526
Email: parabolicalaenea@hotmail.com
Manizales
Asociación Antena Parabólica Comunitaria Sector Sur "Telesur"
Calle 67 F No. 42 - 27 Barrio Malhabar
Tel: 096 878 6220
Email: telesurm@etb.net.co
telesur@telesat.com.co
Manzanares
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del municipio de Manzanares
"Telemanzanares"
Carrera 4 No. 7-47
Tel : 855 0683
314 821 0673
Email: cmorales2706@yahoo.es
ligatelemanzanares@yahoo.es
Marmato
Asociación Antena Parabólica Marmato "Anpam"
Sector El Atrio
Tel: 859 8465
Email: anpam2008@hotmail.com
Marquetalia
Asociación T.V. Órbita
Carrera 2 No. 4 - 02
Tel : 856 7348
Email : asotvorbita@gmail.com
Neira
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica del Municipio de Neira
Carrera 10 No. 5-24
Tel: 858 7562
Email: parabolicaneira@yahoo.es
Norcasia
Asociación Norcaseña de Telecomunicaciones
Calle 10 No. 4 -10
Tel: (313) 767 6897
Email: asonorcaseña@yahoo.es
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Pacora
Corporación Cívica Antena Parabólica de Pácora "CORPOPACORA"
Calle 7 No. 4 -58 Edificio Casa de la cultura
Tel : 096 867 9534
Email : corpopacora@telecom.com.co
Pensilvania - Caldas
Corporación Antena Parabólica Vecinos y Amigos de Pensilvania "Copavapen"
Calle 5 No. 5 - 53
Tel: 855 5231
Email: www.copavapen.org
gerencia@copavapen.org
Riosucio
Asociación Antena Parabolica de Ingruma
Carrera 6 No. 12- 50
Tel: 859 1420
859 0480
Email: ingrumatvc@hotmail.com
ingruma@col2.telecom.com.co
Salamina
Asociación de Usuarios Antena Parabólica la Cuchilla "Asapalac"
Karrera 7A No. 3 - 58
Tel: 859 5329
859 6071
311 746 1709
Email: asapalac@telecom.com.co
Santagueda Palestina
Asociación de Copropietarios de Santagueda
Sector de las Palmas
Tel : 671 5533
Supía
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Supía Caldas "ASTVCOM"
Calle 34 No. 6 - 31
Tel: 856 1189
856 1089
Email: supiatv@hotmail.com
astvcom@hotmail.com
Victoria (Caldas)
Asociación Victoria Televisión
Carrera 7 No. 7-42
Tel: 855 2054
Email: fabivalenz5@yahoo.es
Viterbo
Asociación Antena Parabólica Viterbo Caldas "ASPOVIT"
Calle 9 No. 6 - 69 Piso 1
Tel : 869 1879
869 4305
Email : aspovit@hotmail.com
Caquetá
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178
Albania
Corporación Sistema Comunitaria de Antena Parabólica Albania
Carrera 5 No. 3-37 (según C.Cio)
Tel : 430 3079
Email : corpantena_albania@hotmail.com
Belén de los Andaquíes
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Belén TV Andaquí
Carrera 2 No. 5 - 54 Barrio Santa Teresa
Email: asoctvandaqui@yahoo.es
Cartagena del Chairá
Asociación TV Chairá
Carrera 4 No.4 - 65 Barrio Centro
Tel: 311 813 7349
Curillo
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Curillo "Cable Caquetá"
Carrera 2 No. 6-27 barrio El Centro
Tel: 098 430 2279
Email: cablecaqueta@hotmail.com
El Paujil
Asociación de Televisión de El Paujil "ASOTVPAU"
Calle 6a No. 7-32 Barrio El Prado
Tel : 431 4291
431 4593
314 439 8913
Email : asotvpau@hotmail.com
Florencia
Asociación de Medios Comunitarios Canal 3
Carrera 15 No. 8a - 55 Barrio Juan XXIII
Tel : 098 435 8218
098 4354268
Email : asociacioncanal3@hotmail.com
Milán
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión Puerto Milán
Calle 4 No. 7- 43 Barrio El Centro
Tel: 430 6179
Montañita
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Montañita "Canal 9"
Calle 6 No. 6-56
Tel: 430 0045
Email: asocanal9@hotmail.com
Puerto Rico
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Asociación de Medios de Comunicación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico "ASOMECOT"
Carrera 7 No. 5- 32 Barrio Americas
Tel: 431 2575
431 2844
Email: asomecottv@hotmail.com
San José del Fragua
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de San José del Fragua "TV Fragua"
Transversal 3 No. 4 - 72 Barrio La YE
Tel: 313 325 4632
San Vicente del Caguán
Asociación de Televisión por Cable de San Vicente "CABLE SANVI"
Carrera 11 No. 4 Sur - 06 Barrio el Jardín
Tel : 311 876 1255
Email : cablesanvi@gmail.com
Solita
Asociación de Televidentes tv solita "TV SOLITA"
Carrera 2 No. 4- 51 Barrio Centro
Tel: 313 393 7415
Email: tvsolita2009@hotmail.com
Valparaíso
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Valparaíso "ASCTV"
Calle 12 No. 4-39
Tel: 313 495 7847
Email: asctv2009@hotmail.com
Valparaíso
Asociación de Medios Comunitarios Valparaíso Canal 7 "La Alternativa en
Televisión"
Casa Cultural
Casanare
Aguazul
Asociación Comunitaria El Sevilla
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 11 No. 12 - 36
Tel : 638 7268
Email : asocomunsevilla@hotmail.com
Hato Corozal
Corporación para el Desarrollo Cultural de Hato Corozal "CORPOHATO"
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Hato Corozal Barrio Centro
Tel: 637 8014
Email: corpohatocorozal@hotmail.com
Maní
Asociación de Televidentes de Maní "Asomanivisión"
Carrera 3 No. 3-46
Tel: 638 1097
Email: asomanivisiontv@hotmail.com
Monterrey
Asociación Pro Desarrollo Social y Cultural de Monterrey "TV MONTERREY"
Calle 20A No. 11 -25 Barrio Villa del Prado
Tel : 624 9964
624 9242
Email : tvcablemonterrey@gmail.com
Orocue
Asociación Televisión Comunitaria de Orocue
Barrio Los Escalones Urbanización La Manga
Tel : 675 5465
636 5236
Paz de Ariporo
Asociación Comunitaria La Paz
Carrera 7 No. 8- 14 Barrio Las Villas
Tel: 637 3518
635 7616
Email : asocomunlapaz@hotmail.com
Pore
Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria del municipio de Pore
Calle 4 No. 18- 03 Carrera 18 No. 3- 04 Barrio Centro
Tel: 098-638 8282
098-638 8262
312 140 1943
Email: poreteve@hotmail.com
Sabanalarga
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria del municipio de Sabanalarga
SABANALARGA TV
Carrera 5ª Vía Aeropuerto Contiguo Telecom. Carrera 7 con calle 4
Tel : 098-624 5062
Email : esfercho.es@hotmail.com
Trinidad
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria sin Ánimo de Lucro del Municipio de Trinidad
"TV LLANO"
Carrera 5 No. 1- 46 Barrio Santo Domingo
Tel: 313 301 4366
Villanueva
Asociación Cultural y Educativa de Villanueva "TV VILLANUEVA"
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Carrera 7 No. 11-47 Barrio Bello Horizonte Carrera 6 No. 13- 27
Tel: 624 2080
624 1069
Email: tvcablevillanueva@gmail.com
Yopal
Corporación Social y Cultural de YOPAL
Diagonal 34 No. 31B - 87 Barrio el Remanso
Tel: 311 578 2907
Cauca
Bolivar (Cauca)
Asociación de Televisión por Cable Bolivar Cauca Sigla: "ATCBC"
Carrera 5 No. 7 - 41
Tel: 827 2841
312 287 7384
Email: bolivarcaucatv@hotmail.es hervela69@hotmail.com
Caloto
Asociación de Televidentes y Copropietarios del Sistema de TV del Municipio de
Caloto "SEÑAL CALOTO"
Carrera 4 No. 15- 79
Tel: 825 8625
Email: senalcaloto@gmail.com
Corinto
Asociación de Televidentes TV Norte Municipio de Corinto
Calle 7 No. 8 - 63 Centro
Tel: 827 12223
321 636 6599
Email: asotvenorte@hotmail.com
Guapí
Asociación de Televidentes Sin Ánimo de Lucro del Municipio de Guapi "Guapi TV"
Carrera 3A Calle 6 No. 2- 51 Barrio Las Flores
Tel: 840 1208
Patía
Asociación Proconstrucción y Adecuación de Vivienda de los barrios El AltilloModello “Aprovialmo”
Calle 2 No. 1 A 16
Piendamó
Asociación Comunal de Juntas del municipio de Piendamó Cauca AHORA:
Asociación Comunitaria de Televidentes de Piendamó Sigla: ASOTV PIENDAMÓ
Carrera 10a No. 6a - 06
Tel: 825 0724
314 816 0490
312 283 4706
Email: angeledezma@yahoo.es
Puracé - Coconuco
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Integración Comunitaria Puracé Coconuco "Incopuco"
Calle principal Calle 4 No. 2- 41 Santa Monica
Tel: 827 7144
Email: incopuco@hotmail.com
Silvia
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica O Televisión por Cable de Silvia
Cauca. Sigla: ASITV
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 5 No. 3 - 61 Barrio Caloto
Tel: 928 251 599
asi_tv@hotmail.com
Timbío
Asociación de Televidentes del Barrio el Centro de Timbio Cauca "Asotvtimbio"
Carrera 18 No. 14 - 51 Barrio Boyacá
Tel: 827 9484
311 636 2897
Email:asotvtimbio@yahoo.es
Cesar
Aguachica
Corporación T.V. Aguachica
Carrera 15 No. 6 - 68 Barrio Centro
Tel: 315 707 9418
Agustin Codazzi
Corporación Cable Machique T.V.
Calle 18 No. 15- 39 segundo Piso
Tel: 095 576 5355
095 576 7752
Astrea
Corporación Cable Astrea TV. Sigla: Corpoastreatv.
Calle 5 No. 5-150 Barrio San Isidro
Tel: 315 879 0469
526 0584
Email: corpoastreatv@hotmail.com
Becerril
Corporación Cable Becerril T.V.
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 9 No. 5 - 81 Barrio Centro
Tel : 576 8210
Email : corporacioncablebecerriltv@hotmail.com
Bosconia
Tv Ariguani del Valle Asociación sin Animo de Lucro
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Carrera 18 No. 13 - 78 Calle 15 No. 19 - 42 Barrio 16 de Julio
Tel : 577 9956
Email : tvcableariguani24@yahoo.es
Chimichagua
Corporación Cable Zapatosa
Calle 6 No. 5-95
Tel: 528 0383
Chiriguana
Corporación Chiriguana Televisión "TELE CHIRIGUANA"
Calle 3 No. 4- 30 Barrio Barranquillita
Tel : 313 208 8033
Email : telechiriguana@gmail.com
Curimani
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Comunitaria de Curumani "ASUTVCUR"
Calle 8 No. 17- 42
Tel: 575 1160
Email: meryhinsan@yahoo.es
El Copey
Asociación Antenas Parabólicas El Copey "Antecopey"
Calle 8 No. 15-10
Tel: 525 5828
Email: antecopey@hotmail.com
El Paso
Asociación Antena Parabólica del Paso "ASOPASO"
Calle 3 No. 3 - 70
Tel: 553 0127
312 696 8044
Email: asopaso@yahoo.es
El Paso - Corregimiento La Loma
Asociación de Productores de Televisión Comunitaria Cerrada de la Loma
TELELOMA
Calle 4 No. 10 - 84 Barrio Centro
Tel: 533 3348
Email: teleloma@hotmail.com
Gamarra
Asociación de Televidentes de Gamarra "ASOTELEGAMA"
Calle 6 No. 8- 22
Tel: 662 6795
Email: asociacion_telegrama@hotmail.com
La Jagua de Ibirico
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión de la Jagua "Asojagua T.V." Cambió razón
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social ahora: "Corporación Cable Jagua T.V."
Sede Administrativa: Diagonal 1 No. 9- 86 Cabecera: Diagonal 2 No. 10 - 93
Tel : 576 9880
Email : corpojaguatv@hotmail.com
La Paz (Cesar)
Corporación de Televisión Pacífica
Carrera 7 No. 5-02 Barrio Centro
Tel : 557 70569
Email : help@terra.com.co
Hector M. Velasquez Muñoz
Pailitas
Corporación Pailitas Televisión
Carrera 7 No. 5-46
Tel: 315 376 1785
Email: solocablesgc@gmail.com
corpopailitastv@gmail.com
Pelaya
Corporación Cable Pelaya Telecomunicaciones "TV Cable Pelaya"
Calle 9 No.6 -02
Tel: 529 0077
529 0215
Email: conectadosconsingarare@hotmail.com
San Alberto
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de San Alberto -ASOCOTESA
Calle 7 No.2 - 39 Barrio Centro
Tel: 564 5260
Email: asocotesa@hotmail.com
San Diego
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión de San Diego "Asosandiego T.V."
Carrera 5 No. 8 -18 Barrio Niño Jesús
Tel: 579 8153
San Martín
Corporación Cable San Martín T.V
Calle 14 No. 7- 83 Barrio Centro
Tel: 555 48340
Email: help@terra.com.co
Valledupar
Asociación Comunitaria Barrios Unidos TV
Calle 5B No. 19- 35 Barrio Callejas del Norte
Tel: 584 2525
Email: asobarriostv@cable.net.co
Valledupar
Corporación Upar Televisión
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Calle 16A No. 19E- 45 Barrio Jorge Dangón
Tel : 095-5708320
Chocó
Acandí
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Acandí "Asopac"
Calle Arriaga Andrade
Tel: 824 3165
Email : parabolicaacandi@hotmail.com
Acandi - Corregimiento de Capurgana
Corporación Red de Televisión por Cable de Capurgana "CORDETELCA"
Barrio Las Palmas
Tel : 682 8807
Bahía Solano
Asociación de Televisión Cable Selva
Bahía Solano (Puerto Mutis) Barrio El Carmen
Tel : (094) 682 7157
Email : cableselva1@hotmail.com
mapodi52@hotmail.com
Condoto
Asociación Star Televisión, Sistema de Televisión por Antena Receptora "Star T.V." O
Sistema de Comunicación Integral Comunitario SCIC, sigla SCIC
Carrera 6 No. 8-28
Tel: 094- 6798525
Email: startelevision@hotmmail.com
Condoto
Asociación Cosmos Platino Televisión "Acosplatel"
Carrera 6 No. 7 - 29 Barrio Unión Parque Principal Calle 6 No. 8- 29
Tel: 4 679 8081
Email: acosplatel@telecom.com
El Carmen de Atrato
Asociación para la Comunicación Alternativa Carmeleña "ACAR"
Calle Principal
Tel : 4-679 0345
Email : asocarmeleña@hotmail.com
Istmina
Asociación Pro-Desarrollo del San Juan "ASPROSAN"
Carrera 7 No. 16 - 06 Oficina 201
Tel: (4) 670 3099
312 453 2435
Email: asprosan@hotmail.com
098 556 7890
Novita
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Asociación Prisma TV
Calle Principal
Nuqui
Corporación Cívica Antena Parabólica Cable Coral
Barrio Roma
Tel: 683 6106
Tadó
Asociación de Televisión de Tadó "Asotevetadó"
Carrera 4 No. 2 - 41
Tel: 094 6713415
094 6795054
Email: asotvtado@hotmail.com
Córdoba
Ayapel
Asociación para el Desarrollo Social de Ayapel "Asodesa"
Calle 10 No. 02 - 61 Plaza Santander
Tel: 770 5194
Buenavista
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria del Municipio de Buenavista Córdoba. Sigla:
Telebuenavista
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 11ª No. 9-69
Tel: 771 2020
Email: cableacacias@hotmail.com
Canalete
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Canalete "ASOCANALETE"
Diagonal Estación de Policia
Tel : 094 857 0310
313 505 3986
Email : asocanalete@hotmail.com
La Apartada
Asociación Red Comunitaria de Televisión del Municipio de la Apartada. Sigla:
Imagen T.V.
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 10 No. 21 - 27
Tel : 771 0124
Lorica
Asociación de Copropietarios Parabólica Lorica
Carrera 23 No. 4- 21 Barrio Cascajal Calle 4 No. 22 -23
Tel : 094 773 1576
094 773 7615
094 773 5180
311 439 2206
Email : parabolicalorica@yahoo.com
094 773 1310
Lorica
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Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica de Lorica "TVC"
Calle 7 No. 26 - 06 Barrio San Vicente
Tel : 094 773 5561
Email : gabrielmangonestv@hotmail.com
Momil
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Cables Momil
Carrera 8 No. 3 - 90
Tel: 772 9045
Email: asocablesmomil@yahoo.es
Montelíbano
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Tele Montelíbano
Carrera 24 No. 23-53 Barrio Los Laureles Carrera 7 No. 14 - 51
Tel: 762 5962
762 5482
772 2210
Email: tvmontelibano@hotmail.com.
772 0167
Montería
Asociación Cívica y Cultural del Barrio Cantaclaro "Asciculca". Ahora: Asociación
Cívica y Cultural de Montería Sigla: ASCICULCA
Transversal 15 No. 4 - 18 Primer Piso Barrio 6 de Marzo
Tel: 094 792 5191
094 873 0578
Email: asciculca_@hotmail.com
Montería
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Mocarí
Carrera 3 No. 2 - 47 barrio 20 de Julio
Tel: 786 0776
Pueblo Nuevo
Asociaciòn Comunitaria de Televidentes de Pueblo Nuevo "VALPARAISO TV"
Carrera 12 No. 17-11
Tel: 765 3492
Email : valaparaiso09@gmail.com
Puerto Libertador
Asociación Municipal de Televisión por Cable de Puerto Libertador Córdoba
"Asmuteca"
Carrera 7 No. 52A - 26 Barrio Maira Flores
Tel: 094 772 5453
Email : asmuteca@yahoo.es
Purísima de Concepcción
Asociación Parabólica Purisima "ASOPAPU"
Calle 11 No.5 - 28
Tel : 311 439 2206
Email : asopapu@yahoo.com
San Andrés de Sotavento
Asociación Antena Parabólica Nueva Imagén de San Andrés de Sotavento "CABLE
187
188
SOTAVENTO" Calle de la Iglesia
Tel : 777 0336
Email : cablesotavento7840@hotmail.com
San Antero
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica San Antero
Carrera. 12 No. 10 - 12 Barrio Manga
Tel: 094 773 0179
San Antero - Corregimiento El Porvenir
Asociación T.V. Porvenir
Calle 1A No. 11 - 01
Tel : 225 3224
San Bernardo del Viento
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica San Bernardo del Viento
Calle 8 No. 9 -26 Calle Real
Tel: 775 9010
775 8497
Email: asosanbernardo@hotmail.com
San Pelayo
Asociación Antena Parabólica del Municipio de San Pelayo "Asosanpel"
Carrera 8 No. 9 - 94
Tel: 4 763 0071
Tierra Alta
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica Altovisión
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 8 No. 12 - 25 Barrio 20 de Julio
Tel : 777 1470
Email : asoaltovision@hotmail.com
Valencia
Asociación Visión Valencia "Asovisión"
Carrera 14 No. 12- 26
Tel: 777 3051
Email: dsejin@latinmail.com
Cundinamarca (including Bogotá CF)
Agua de Dios
Asociación Comunitaria para el desarrollo Integral A.D.I.
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 10 No. 13- 38 Centro
Tel: 834 2902
Email : asociaionadi@hotmail.com
Agua de Dios
Asociación Liga de Televidentes de Agua de Dios "T.V.A.D."
188
189
Calle 17 No. 6-24
Anolaima
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios de Anolaima, Sigla: Cable Anolaima
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 4 No. 3- 16 Barrio Centro
Tel: 845 4045
Apulo
Asociación Copropietarios T.V. Comunitaria de Apulo
Carrera 4 No. 9 -27 Barrio Centro Cabecera: Avenida Colombia carrera 5 No. 9A 35
Tel : 838 8696
Arbeláez
Asociación de Televidentes de Arbeláez ATVA
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 5 5 06 Barrio Centro
Tel : 314 276 9551
868 6521
Email : asociacionatva2009@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televidentes y Servicio Comunitarios Patio Bonito “Asotelpab” Carrera 78 No. 3A -33 Sucursal Madaly
Calle 33 sur No. 86 - 19 Patio
Bonito 2 sector
Tel : 273 4837
299 3323
402 1291
2651045
Email : asotelpabtv@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Liga de Televidentes Tele 19 "LITETELE 19" Calle 59C No. 46A - 09 Sur Barrio
Coruña
Tel: 718 4904
716 1067
716 3432
7926 238
716 8315
Email: litetele19@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Comunitaria para la Recepción y Distribución de Señales Incidentales
Sigla: Comunidad T V Libre
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 77x No. 51A - 88 Sur
Tel : 510 2957
Email : asociaciontv.libre@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema Comunitario de Barrios Teleunidos Puente
Grande, Calle 18 No. 109 - 48 Barrio Belén
Tel : 298 3359
415 9049
421 4750
Email: teleunidos109@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión Telenuñez de Primera
189
190
Diagonal 43 No. 38A - 53 torre 5
Tel: 222 0204
221 0077
Bogotá
Asociación de Amigos de la Urbanización Santa Helena
Calle 146A No. 54A - 02
Tel: 626 3696
520 1056
Email: canal@asoamigostv.org
asoamigostv@yahoo.com.mx
Bogotá
Asociación de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios de los Barrios del Occidente de
Bogotá "TELESANMARCOS"
Carrera 80 No. 67 - 96
Calle 68A No. 79 -00
Tel: 436 6417
Email: telesanmarcos@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Comunitaria de T.V. Localidad 7 Bosa D.C. "Asocotvl7"
Transversal 77G Bis D No. 71 C - 42
Tel : 775 5334
775 5314
Email : asocotv@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televidentes de la Localidad 6 de Tunjuelito Tele 6
Calle 54 No. 13A- 17 Tunjuelito
Tel: 769 6825
279 0733
Email: tele6tvxcable@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación para el Desarrollo Social Vida Zona 4
Calle 36 Sur No. 3A -22
Tel : 362 1802
Email : socialvida3624@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televidentes de Chapinero "TV 2"
Transversal 2 Este No. 44-24 Carrera 1E No. 46A - 02
Tel: 338 1753
Email: tv2chapinero@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal del barrio Normandía
Avenida Boyacá No. 52 - 75 Normandía
Tel: 263 9632
Email: jacnormandia@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Corporación Telenorte Calle 138 No. 41-45 - Calle 34 A No. 137-86
190
191
Tel: 626 3420
Email : corporaciontelenorte@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal barrio Venecia
Diagonal 49 No. 53-02/04 Sur Venecia
Tel: 710 3225
724 4768
Email: jacvenecia@yahoo.es
jdariosuarez@yahoo.es
Bogotá
Comité Empresarial de Antena Parabólica barrio Country Sur
Carrera 11 A No. 29-22 Sur Salón Comunal Country Sur
Tel: 272 5613
Email: tvcountrysur@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Propietarios de la Antena Parabólica PACANUK HOY: Asociación de
Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica PACANUK
Carrera 79F Sur No. 46 - 16 Casablanca 32
Tel: 273 9571
Email: pacanuk@gmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal del barrio Los Cedritos
Calle 145 No. 17 - 80 Los Cedritos
Tel: 258 0621
274 1352
Email: jaccedritos@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Agrupaciónación Super Manzana 3 Urbanización Bochica Multicentro II Etapa
Calle 81 N° 102 - 60
Calle 82 No. 102 - 79
Tel: 413 2018
442 2006
442 2008
Email: bochica3industrial@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios y Usuarios del Sistema de Recepción y Distribución
Comunitaria de Televisión Candelaria La Nueva "T.V. Candelaria"
Carrera 29 No. 66 - 03 Sur Calle 66A No. 23- 23 Sur Barrio Candelaria la Nueva
Tel : 766 4129
731 5129
Email : tvcandelaria@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal Barrio La Reliquia
Transversal 70C Bis No. 63-69 La Reliquia
Tel: 544 1266
312 413 0880
Email: parabolicalareq@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Telemorisco
191
192
Sede Admon:Transversal 76 No. 83 A 09 - Cabecera: Calle 90 No. 78 - 04 int. 6
Tel: 538 2656
436 6450
535 5218
Email: asoc_telemorisco@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Antena La Estrella y Barrio Cincunvecinos
Calle 76 Sur No. 18B - 82 La Estrella
Tel : 765 9456
Email : antenaestrella@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios de los barrios Marsella , Pinos de
Marsella, Ferrol, Salazar Gómez, Aloha y Circunvecinos "LITEMAR"
Calle 6 C No. 69 C 66
Tel: 417 7845
Email: litemar1@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de Antena Parabólica del Portal de las Amercias
ACOPA
Carrera 73 No. 7A - 28 Agrupación B
Tel: 411 2499
292 3673
Email: acopatv@gmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Comunitaria de la Antena Parabólica del barrio La Esmeralda
Dirección Sede: Calle 44C No. 55- 51Barrio La Esmeralda Dirección de Cabecera:
Calle 45 No. 46-21 Parroquia Cristo Crudificado Barrio La Esmeralda
Tel : 221 4852
Email : asoanpaesmeralda@yahoo.com
Bogotá
Bogotá
Comunidad Organizada del sector comprendido por los barrios Marco Fidel Suárez,
San Jorge, San Pablo, Chircales, San Juanito, Vegas de San Francisco, Carmen del
Sol, Socorro, Resurrección, Villas del Sol, Socorro, Resurrección, Villas del Sol,
Villas del
Diagonal 46 Sur No. 15A - 59
Tel : 767 5582
Email : comuorgamarcof@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de Telengativa Sistema de Antena Parabólica
Comunitaria
Calle 64 No. 120 - 42 Ofi 201
Tel: 440 9283
Email: telengativa@hotmail.com
Bogotá
192
193
Asociación comunitaria operadora de televisión de los barrios Colon, San Gabriel,
Colonia Oriental y Sorrento "ASOCOLSGSORRENTO"
Carrera 53 F No. 4G -08
Tel: 262 4310
Emails asocolsgsorrento@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Conjunto Residencial Paulo VI-Primera Etapa
Carrera 40 C No. 56-26 Conjunto Residencial Pablo VI (primera etapa) Carrera 53
No. 56- 26
Tel: 221 0950
Email: paulovi1@yahoo.com
paulo-vi-1968@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica del Barrio Nueva Ciudad Villa Mayor
"ASUAP"
Transversal 39 B No. 42-30 Sur
Tel: 2049511
Email: asuapvillavision@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Comunidad Organizada Teleprensa TELEPRENSA TELEVISIÓN
Avenida Caracas No. 3-17
Tel: 333 1284
Email: teleprensaco@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Vecinos del barrio Lisboa
Carrera 17 No. 135-50
Tel: 626 4383
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de la Urbanizaciòn La
Marichuela
Avenida usme No. 77B - 11 Sur tercer piso
Tel: 764 6256
763 2514
Email: asomarichuelatv@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal barrio San Vicente Ferrer
Calle 53 B Sur No. 33-49
Tel : 713 3292
238 1041
Email : juntasanvicenteferrer@hotmail.com
Bogotá
193
194
Asociación de Afiliados a la Televisión Comunitaria de Ciudad Floralit y Barrios
Circunvecinos Sigla Telefloralia.
Carrera 68 H Bis No. 30- 10 sur Barrio Floralia
Tel: 710 0515
403 4697
Email : telefloralia@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal Ciudad Garcés Navas
Calle 76 A No. 104 - 18 Barrio Ciudad Garcés Navas
Tel: 433 8356
227 7080
Email: jacgnavas@yahoo.es
jacgarcesnavas@live.com
Bogotá
Asociación Cable Electrónica Comunitaria ACELCOM
Calle 65 No 80 - 51 Sur Piso 2, Bosa Centro
Tel: 778 3823
778 3863
Email: acelcom-bosa@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria del Este "ACESTE"
Carrera 13 a No.31-17 Ap 806
Tel: 336 7104
310 304 6611
Email: aceste2007@yahoo.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Telecomunicaciones Zona 10 "Tele 10"
Calle 72f No. 112b - 29 Villas de Granada
Tel : 433 33206
316 399 4174
Email : tele102009@hotmail.com
313 300 0071
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica "TELEINGLES &
ASOCIADOS"
Calle 41 Sur No. 23- 73 Barrio Ingles
Tel: 769 1051
Email: teleingles@hotmail.com teleinglesyasociados@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Cable CIMA TV
Carrera 9 A No. 100 - 34 este, KM 55 Via a la Calera
Tel : 648 6045
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica Lagos de Cordoba
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 119A No. 57- 97 Barrio Lagos de Cordoba
Tel : 810 7536
Email : doraisa330@hotmail.com
Bogotá
194
195
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitatrios de los barrios Boyacá Real y
Circunvecinos.
Carrera 74 A No. 68B - 39
Tel: 252 9608
Email: teleboyacareal@gmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Bienes Comunales de Sauzalito A,B,C,
Carrera 69 D No. 24 - 15 Manzana 3 Salón de Juegos Carrera 69B No. 24-39 Mz2
Tel : 416 5511
Email : asociacionabcgerencia@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal del barrio Bachué III sector zona 10 Engativá
Calle 89 No. 98 - 00 Calle 89 No. 95 D - 87
Tel: 317 385 3370
228 6724
Email: jacbachueiiisector@yahoo.es
Bogotá
Junta de Acción Comunal del barrio José Joaquin Vargas
Carrera 61 No. 67B - 18 Carrera 50 No. 69 - 12
Tel: 250 4854
Email: armsyeshua@hotmail.com alolarte58@gmail.com
Bogotá
Junta de Accion Comunal del barrio Gustavo Restrepo
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 31 Sur No. 15B - 67 Gustavo Restrepo
Tel: 366 5915
Email : jacgustavorestrepo@gmail.com
Bogotá
Liga de Televidentes y Serv. Comunitarios de los Barrios San Cristobal, Villa Javier,
Nariño Sur, Calvo Sur, Sosiego, 20 de Julio y Circunv "LITESAN" AHORA:
Corporación Prodigy Cable Televisión Prodigy Cable
Calle 20 Sur No. 7 - 72 Primer Piso Barrio Sosiego
Tel: 471 9309
471 3907
Bogotá
Conjunto Residencial Florencia Comfamiliar Afidro
Carrera 90Bis N° 75 - 77 Localidad de Engativa
Tel: 430 2175
430 4281
430 2190
Email: comflorencia@yahoo.com
comflorencia1308@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Corporación Antena Parabólica del Barrio Bellavista Noroccidental
195
196
Sede Administrativa: Calle 68 A Bis No. 68C - 67 Piso 2. Cabecera: Calle 68ª No.
68H - 72
Tel: 240 4119
315 792 1307
Email: parabolicabn@yahoo.es
Bogotá
Corporación Antena Parabólica Bonanza
Transversal 71 Bis No. 75 A - 46 Barrio Bonanza
Tel: 434 3970
Email: capbonanza@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Liga de Televidentes y servicios comunitarios de los barrios Vista Hermosa, El Caprí,
El Tesoro, Nuevo Colombia, Villas del Progreso, Bellavista, La Esmeralda, Nutibara
y circunvecinos de ciudad Bolívar "Telebolívar"
Transversal 18I No. 70 - 30 Sur
Tel: 765 6126
790 8663
Email: telebolivar@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación Antena Parabólica barrio Cedro Golf Club
Carrera 7 B bis A #148-1
Tel : 625 6997
Email : parabolicacedrogolf@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Antena Parabólica de la Urbanización ciudad Tunal
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 24C Sur No. 53 - 47 Sur Oficina: 103
Tel : 205 9862
Email : tvtunal123@gmail.com
Bogotá
Grupo de Edificios Avenida Pepe Sierra
Calle 115 No. 9C - 16
Tel: 214 4330
Email: pedroramirezospina88@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de Usatama "Asocousatama"
Diagonal 23 No. 28 - 20 Calle 22C - 28- 10 Int 3
Tel : 244 4990
368 9923
Email : asocousatama@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios de Antenas Parabólicas del Conjunto Residencial
Francisco José de Caldas
Carrera 79F bis No. 36A - 85 Sur Interior 2 Apto 204 Carrera 79 A No. 34 - 37 Sur
Tel : 293 8780
814 2250
196
197
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema Comunitario de Telecomunicaciones de
los Alamos "Tevealamos"
Carrera 96 A No 72 - 02
Tel: 229 2059
310 341 1133
Email: tevealamos@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Antena Parabólica Chirsat
Transversal 5 A No. 48 M 09 Sur Bochica Sur
Tel: 789 1051
313 453 0802
Bogotá
Asociación Administrativa Central de Copropietarios de la Urbanización Techo
Carrera 77 No. 20-30 Sur
Tel: 451 1353
802 6274
Email: autecho@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria del Sur
Calle 41 A Sur No. 1- 09/0 -32 Este
Tel: 206 0209
362 2590
568 1331
773 0030
3142025666
Email : canal10tvsur@yahoo.es
Bogotá
Sistema Comunitario de Anatena parabólica Castilla Real "Sicap"
Carrera 79 No. 10- 54 Salón Comunal
Tel: 411 5657
314 244 1026
300 316 4544
Email: sicapcastillareal@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Liga de Televidentes Consumidores y Club de Servicios Sociales y Comunitarios de
los Barrios del Norte Oriente de Bogotá TELEUNIDOS
Carrera 26A No. 191-70
Tel: 668 1637
Email: teleucc@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televidentes de Antena Parabólica Altos de la Estancia - ATV La
Estancia.
Calle 63 sur No. 71 B 19 Barrio Perdomo
Tel : 782 2009
775 4638
Email : atvlaestanciatv@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Televidentes del Sur "TV SUR"
197
198
Avenida 1 de Mayo No. 51A - 22 Barrio San Eusebio
Tel: 727 4302
203 4110
Email: tv-sur@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Asociación de Usuarios de Servicio de Televisión Comunitaria Cerrada sin Ánimo de
Lucro del Conjunto Residencial Bochica 5 y 6 II Epata
Avenida Calle 80 No. 103B -24
Tel: 442 8251
442 8261
Email: bochica5y6@etb.net.co
Bogotá
Cablesistema de Televisión Comunitaria Cable TV
Carrera 49 No. 104A -05 Barrio Santa Margarita
Tel: 602 9019
Email: cablesistematv@hotmail.com
Bogotá
Corporación Tele Sur Zona 5 de Usme "Corporación Tele Usme"
Carrera 6 No. 93-10 Local Sur Barrio Alfonso López
Tel: 764 4255
Email: corporacionteleusme@hotmail.com
Bojaca
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios de Bojaca. Sigla: BOJACABLE
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 6 No. 5 - 146 Centro
Tel: 301 674 0604
824 3110
Email: bojacable@gmail.com
.
Cachipay
Asociación de Televidentes de Cachipay "Cachipay TV"
Calle 1 No. 3 - 07 Esquina
Tel: 844 2472
Email: cachipaytv@hotmail.com
Cajicá
Asociación Cajiqueña de Cultura y Recreación "Acacure"
Carrera 4 No. 4- 37
Tel: 866 1322
Email: tvacacure@hotmail.com
Cáqueza
TV Cable Cáqueza
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 1 Este No. 4 - 19/21
Tel : 091 848 1285
Email : tvcablecaqueza@hotmail.com
Carmen de Carupa
Corporación de Usuarios para el Desarrollo Cultural y Recreativo de Carmen de
198
199
Carupa "Cablestar"
Calle 2 No. 5-57
Tel : 855 4217
Email : millosdini@hotmail.com
Chía
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Chía "Litechia"
Carrera 10 No. 14-19
Tel: 884 0477
marthamolina88@hotmail.com
administracion@litechia.org
Chipaque
Asociación TV Chipaque
Calle 16 No. 11 A 55 Camellón delComercio
Tel: 848 4492
Email: clauro29@yahoo.es
Choachí
Asociación Antenas Parabólicas de Choachí
Calle 3 No. 2 -24 Segundo Piso
Tel: 848 6539
311 281 6682
sugerenciasparabolica@gmail.com
Chocontá
Asociación Parabólica Chocontá
Carrera 4 No. 5 - 20 Oficina 301
Tel: 091 8561199
Email: gonalbe@yahoo.com
Cogua
Comité de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica de Cogua (CUAPAC)
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 4 Bis No. 5 - 53 Cogua
Tel : 854 8067
Email : cuapaccogua@yahoo.es
Cota
Asociación de Copropietarios Antena Parabólica de Cota APC
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: calle 10 No. 4 - 22 (piso 2)
Tel: 864 1270
Email: luzmego66@hotmail.com
El Puerto de Ubala
Comunidad Organizada Teleubala "Teleubala"
Carrera 6 No. 10-16
Tel: 853 7217
Facatativá
Comunidad Organizada para el Desarrollo Social, Cultural, La Televisión y Las
199
200
Telecomunicaciones de Facatativa sigla: TELEDIGITAL
Carrera 9 No. 8-21 Barrio Zambrano Camader
Calle 11 No. 7A - 04 Barrio Diurva
Tel: 843 7253
311 218 6896
megacabletv.facatativa846@gmail.com
megacabletv@yahoo.com
Fómeque
Asociación Fómeque 2000
Carrera 2 No. 2-50 Oficinas: Calle 5 No. 2 - 66
Tel : 312 491 0858
Email : asofomeque2000@terra.com
Fómeque
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Veredal de Fómeque TCC -3
Vereda Carrizal
Tel : 848 5006
Fómeque
Asociación de Televisión Rural de Fómeque "TRF"
Calle 168 A No. 54D - 61 Torre 2 Apt: 402
Tel: 848 5007
310 348 3252
Email: neyetu2006@yahoo.com
314 246 3142
Funza
Sistema de Televisión Comunitario Funza TV Sigla: FUNZA TV
Calle 13 No.17- 46 Barrio El Lago
Tel: 825 7091
Email: funzatelevision@yahoo.com
Fusagasugá
Corporación de Televisión por Cable "FUS TV"
Calle 21 No. 64- 75
Tel: 311 462 6510
Email: corporacionfustv@yahoo.es
Gachalá
Asociación Comunitaria de Televidentes de Gachala "TV GACHALA"
Carrera 3 No. 2 - 60
Tel: 853 8503
Email: tvgachala@yahoo.com
Gachetá
Asociación TELEGACHETÁ
Calle 5 No. 3- 50 Piso 2
Tel: 533 5414
Email: telegacheta@hotmail.com
310 329 5933
Gachancipá
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Gachancipá -"APG"
200
201
Calle 7 No. 2 - 05 Barrio Centro
Tel: (091) 857 8093
Email: asociacion_apg@hotmail.com
(09) 857 8166
Girardot
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios de los barrios 10 de mayo y
circunvecinos de Girardot
Sede administrativa:Carrera 5 No. 15 - 04 Barrio Alto de la Cruz Cabecera: Carrera
1B No. 10-84
Tel : 091 835 2716
091 835 1988
091 831 0738
Email : ligatv10demayo@hotmail.com
Granada
Liga de Televisión Comunitaria de Granada Sigla: LTG
Cabecera: Carrera 14 No. 14- 28 Sede administrativa: Carrera 14 No. 11 - 53
Tel : 866 9327
313 376 5288
313 419 7555
Email : elfaro1153@hotmail.com
Guachetá
Asociación de Televidentes de Guachetá
Calle 4 No. 4-62
Guaduas
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria de Tele-Guaduas HOY
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria TELEGUADUAS
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 2 Numero 2 - 5
Tel : 841 7928
Email : teleguaduas@hotmail.com
Guaduas
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones "CABLE BOGOTÁ"
Calle 3 No. 4 - 46 Corregimiento Puerto Bogotá
Tel: 314 667 5430
Guasca
Asociación de Televidentes de Guasca
Calle 1 No. 2 - 92
Tel : 311 871 5080
Email : teleguasca@gmail.com
Guasca
Asociación de Usuarios Antena Parabólica del Municipio de Guasca. Sigla: APG TV.
Sede Administrativa: Carrera 4 No. 3- 67 Parque Principal Cabecera: Calle 4 No. 5 80
Tel: 313 853 2663
Guatavita
Asociación de Afiliados de Televisión por Cable "Teleguatavita"
201
202
Carrera 1 No. 5-31
Tel: 857 7047
Email: sosr55@yahoo.es
312 431 0772
Guayabetal
Asociación de Usuarios Sin Ánimo de Lucro TV Cable Guayabetal
Carrera 3 No. 3-13
Tel : 849 5001
849 5038
314 205 8376
Email : asousuariostvcable@yahoo.com
Inspección Puente Quetame
Asociación TV Cable Puente Quetame
Inspección Puente Quetame
Tel : 1-849 2058
Email: tvcablepuente@yahoo.es
Junin
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Cerrada sin Animo de Lucro Junin "ASOCOTV
JUNIN "
Carrera 3 Calle 3 Esquina Parque Principal
Tel : 853 3024
853 3192
Email :asocotvjunin@gmail.com
La Calera
Asociación Cabletel La Calera
Sede Administratriva: Calle 9 No. 2B-27 Cabecera: Carrera 3 No. 3- 66 Piso 2
Tel : 313 291 4276
311 291 4276
860 2589
Email : gigio032@hotmail.com
La Mesa
Corporación de Televisión Comunitaria La Mesa "CORPOMESA"
Carrera 20 No. 4A- 27
Tel : 316 538 4076
847 1044
Email : corpomesa@gmail.com
La Palma
Asociación de Servicios de Comunicaciones de la Palma "ASOCOMPALMA"
Calle 7A No. 3- 20
Tel: 311 233 4192
Email: asoconpalma@gmail.com
La Vega
Asociación de Copropietarios de Antena Parabólica La Vega "ACAP"
Carrera 4A No. 20- 04 La Juanita
Tel : 845 7267
Email : juntaacap123@hotmail.com
Lenguazaque
202
203
Asociación Pro Desarrollo Social y Cultural de Lenguazaque "Lenguazaque TV"
Carrera 4 No. 4-06
Tel : 855 7513
Machetá
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema de la Antena Parabólica Machetá
"Telemachetá"
Calle 3 No. 5 - 03
Tel: 091-856 9404
300 434 0671
Email: telemacheta12@hotmail.com
Madrid
Asociación de Televidentes Copropietarios del Sistema Comunitario de
Telecomunicaciones de Madrid "TELEMADRID"
Calle 11 No. 4 - 22 Barrio La Magnolia
Tel: 091 825 3340
Email: telemadrid@colombia.com
Mesitas del Colegio
Asociación de Servicios Comunitarios "ASOCOMTE"
Calle 8 No. 3 - 107
Tel: 847 5044
Email: asocomte@hotmail.com
Mosquera
Corporación Cultural de la Sabana
Calle 21 No. 4B - 10 Barrio Villanueva
Tel: 827 7832
313 349 2420
Nilo
Corporación Social y Educativa de Nilo "LITE NILO"
Calle 4 No. 2- 56 Barrio Centro
Tel: 312 589 9761
Nocaima
Corporación Nuevo Milenio Sigla: TV STAR
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 6 No. 4- 57 Barrio Centro
Tel 300 477 1120
Pacho
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios de Pacho "Litesercopa"
Calle 6 No. 16 - 29
Tel: 854 2026
Pacho
Asociación de Televidentes Comunitarios Telemundo Pacho
Carrera 16 A No. 4 -21
Tel: 854 2998
Pandí
203
204
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica Pandí
Carrera 3 No. 18-54
Tel: 866 7068
Email: astecopandi@hotmail.com
Paratebueno
Corporación Social y Recreativa de Paratebueno "TV Llanos"
Calle 2 No. 12 - 66 Barrio Álvaro Parra
Tel: 320 319 9288
310 265 2539
314 268 0016
Email:tvllanos1@hotmail.com
Pasca
Asociación de Televidentes de Pasca "Pasca TV"
Calle 2No.2-14
Tel: 868 8032
Puerto Salgar
Liga de Televidentes Megacable Sigla: MEGACABLE
Transversal 11 No. 12-50 Barrio Centro Puerto Salgar
Tel : 096-839 8094
313 743 3018
Email : megacable2007@gmail.com
Quetame
Asociación de Televidentes de Quetame "Telesagu"
Calle 5 No.3 - 24 Barrio Centro
Tel: 091 849 2030
311 577 7138
Email: telesagu_quetame@hotmail.com
311 786 3496
San Antonio del Tequendama
Asociación de Usuarios Televisión Comunitaria de San Antonio del Tequendama
Calle 2 No. 2-45
Tel: 845 0222
San Francisco
Asociación de Televidentes Copropietarios del Sistema Comunitario de
Telecomunicaciones de San Francisco “Telesanfrancisco”
Carrera 8 No. 4 - 62
Tel: 847 8623
288 8809 (Bogotá)
Email: telesanfrancisco@hotmail.com
San Juan de Rioseco
Corporación de Televidentes Cable Social
Carrera 5 No. 7-27
Tel : 846 5192
Email : anyeli720@yahoo.es
Sesquilé
Asociación de Afiliados del Sistema de Telecomunicaciones de Sesquile
204
205
Telesesquile
Sede Admon: Calle 5 No. 6 - 84 / Cabecera: Calle 6 No. 7 - 35
Tel: 313 287 1935
313 262 3841
311 891 5726
Email: telesesquile@yahoo.es
Sibaté
Asociación Municipal de Juntas de Acción Comunal de Sibaté
Transversal 11 No. 8A - 68 Barrio San Martín Sibaté
Tel : 725 1071
529 7099
529 7098
Email : sibateasojuntas@hotmail.com
311 591 0514
Silvania
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Silvania "Silvania Televisión"
Tel: 868 5215
Email: silvaniatelevision@hotmail.com
Simajaca
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión por Cable de Simijaca "ACOTV"
Carrera 10 No.11 - 37
Tel: 091 855 5707
091 855 5354
310 263 6230
Email: acotvsimijaca@yahoo.es
vicentetv@yahoo.com
Soacha
Asociación de Televidentes Copropietarios del Sistema Comunitario de
Telecomunicaciones de Soacha "Telesoacha"
Avenida 30 No. 1A - 23 Este San Mateo
Tel : 781 5197
Email : telesoacha@hotmail.com
Soacha
Corporación Administradora de los servicios Comunales del Barrio Compartir
Soacha - Coasdsecomso
Carrera 16A No. 4C - 11
Tel: 721 7006
726 1582
Email: nolbertom@hotmail.com
coadsecomso@yahoo.es
Sopó
Asociación de Copropietarios Antena Parabólica de Sopó APS
Carrera 3 N° 2 - 45
Carrera 4 Nº 2-59
Tel : 878 9939
857 2188
857 0272
Email : aps_sopo@hotmail.com
857 2203
Subachoque
Junta de Accion Comunal de Subachoque Comuna Central
Calle 2 No. 3E - 59 El Bosque
Tel : (91) 824 5513
Email : wgmorales@hotmail.com
Suesca
Asociación de Copropietarios Antena Parabólica de Suesca APS
205
206
Calle 9 No. 5- 48 Parque Principal
Tel : 856 3589
856 3190
Email : sinturaaps@hotmail.com
Susa
Corporación de Televidentes TEVESUSA
Transveral 3 No. 1-130
Tel : 310 796 7487
Email : tvsusa@gmail.com
Sutatausa
Corporación Televisión Comunitaria Ciudad de los Pinos Sutatausa
Calle 4 - No. 2- 59 Barrio Centro
Tel: 858 2058
320 320 7828
311 234 7727
Email :cortvpinosutatausa@hotmail.com
Tabio
Asociación Comunitaria deTelevisión de Tabio "Asotv Tabio"
Carrera 4 No. 6-11 Local 106
Tel: 864 8761
315 632 8813
Email: asotvtabio1521@yahoo.com.co
320 273 3228
Tausa
Teletausa Comunitaria Educativa y Cultural
Calle 2 No 3-28
Tel : 091-8583134
Tena
Asociación Tena TV
Rosario Bajo Finca Los Abuelos
Tel: 849 4275
Email : tenatv@gmail.com
314 202 5666
Tenjo
Liga de Televidentes de Tenjo Cundinamarca “Tensat T.V.”
Calle 5 No. 2 - 12
Tel: 864 5229
Email: tensattv@hotmail.com
Tocaima
Asociación Comunitaria de Televidentes de Tocaima "TOCA T.V."
Carrera 8 No. 8 - 01
Tel : 320 222 1798
Tocancipa
Asociación de Antena Parabólica del Municipio de Tocancipá
206
207
Carrera 8 No. 12- 28 Centro
Tel: 878 5537
Email: paraboltoc@hotmail.com
Ubaté
Asociación Comunitaria Cablebatv
Calle 10 No. 8 - 95
Tel: 889 1574
Email: asoccablebatv@hotmail.com
Une
Corporación de Televisión Comunitaria Municipio de Une "TEVEUNE"
Palacio Municipal Barrio Centro
Email: corteveune@gmail.com
Útica
Junta Administradora Parabólica Tele Útica
Calle 5 No. 4 - 43 Barrio Centro
Tel: 091-84 60045
Email: teleutica@hotmail.com
Vereda Sabanilla - Ubaque
Asociación de Televidentes de Sabanilla Sigla: ASOTESA
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Vereda Sabanilla en la finca Buena Vista
Tel : 311 222 8502
311 200 1977
848 0892
Villapinzón
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema de Telecomunicaciones de Villapinzón
Televilla
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 5 Nº 3-84 ofic:201
Tel : 856 5760
Email : televilla@hotmail.com
Villeta
Asociación de Televidentes Copropietarios del Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria de
Villeta SEÑAL VILLETA DULCE.
Calle 6 No. 8- 58 Barrio Centro
Tel: 844 7102
310 785 4620
310 785 4624
Email: villetadulce@hotmail.com
Zipacon
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones "TV ZIPACON"
Carrera 5 No. 3- 57
Tel: 824 9047
Zipaquirá
Asociación Pro Recreación y Cultura de Zipaquirá APRECUZ
207
208
Calle 7 No. 1a 61/ 69 Barrio la Concepción
Tel : 851 6089
852 4728
Email : aprecuz2002@yahoo.es
aprecuz@hotmail.com
Guajira
Albania
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios "SERVICOM"
Carrera 4 No. 4-100 Apto 1
Tel: 095 777 5070
Email: servicomguajira@gmail.com
Hato Nuevo
Corporación para el Desarrollo Cultural de Hato Nuevo "Corpohato Nuevo T.V."
Calle 14 No. 20-12 Barrio 20 de julio
Tel: 775 9076
311 484 1694
Email: corpohatonuevotv@gmail.com
Maicao
Corporación Telewayuu
Calle 6 No. 14- 07
Tel : 317 639 4243
Manaure
Corporación de Televidentes de ACUARU
Calle 6 No. 3- 24
Tel: 311 421 8177
San Juan del Cesar Corporación Sanjuanera de Televisión
Calle 7 No. 6 - 40 Barrio Centro
Tel: 774 1394
317 63 94233
Email: corposanjuaneratv@gmail.com
Urumita
Corporación Marquezote Televisión
Carrera 7 No. 8 - 42
Tel: 095-777 8986
Email: solocablesgc@gmail.com
El Molino
Asociación de Productores de Televisión Comunitaria Cerrada del Molino
"TELEMOLINOS"
Carrera 3 No. 6- 19 Barrio Centro
Tel: 316 729 1929
Mingueo
Asociación de Televidentes TV Mingueo de Mingueo Guajira "TV Mingueo "
208
209
Calle 14 No. 9 - 14
Tel: 320 512 4258
Email: dayball02@yahoo.es
Guania
Inirida
Asociación de Televidentes de Inirida "INITV"
Calle 18 No. 6 - 81 Barrio Berlin
Tel: 565 6430
312 585 1231
Email: initv2009@hotmail.com
Guaviare
Calamar
Asociación de Televidentes de Calamar "Telecalamar"
Calle 9 No.8 - 41 Barrio Octavio Vargas
311 249 0891
098 560 2071
Email: telecalamar@hotmail.com
San José del Guaviare
Corporación para el Desarrollo de las Comunicaciones en el Guaviare
"CORPOGUAVIARE"
Calle 10 No. 19- 34 Barrio Porvenir
Tel: 098 584 1267
098 584 3576
Email: corpo_guaviare@hotmail.com
Huila
Aipe
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Aipe Sigla: TELEAIPE
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 4 No. 5-05 Barrio Centro.
Tel : 098-838 9420
Email : teleaipe@yahoo.es
Acevedo
Asociación Antena Parabólica "TV ACEVEDO"
Carrera 6 No. 4- 17 Barrio Centro
Tel: 098 831 7590
Altamira
Asociación Comunitaria de Televidentes de Altamira Huila "ATA TV"
209
210
Carrera 2 No. 2A - 36 Barrio La Unión
Tel: 098 830 2909
312 568 2864
Email: ascomtv@gmail.com
Campoalegre
Asociación de Televidentes de Campoalegre "TV CAMP"
Carrera 7 No. 19-28 Barrio Centro
Tel: 838 0094
317 263 6363
Email: tvcamp@hotmail.com
Colombia (Huila)
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Colombia - Huila
Carrera 4 No. 3- 54 Barrio Unicentro
Tel: 310 786 4560
Email: asoctvcolombia@hotmail.com
El Agrado
Asociación Comunitaria de Televidentes del Municipio de El Agrado Huila.
Calle 5 No. 8 - 70 Barrio Manizales
Tel: 311 859 2188
321 406 5629
Email: actvagrado@hotmail.com
Garzón
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Garzón y Sectores
Circunvecinos "Telegarzón"
Calle 3 No. 4A - 29 Barrio el Progreso Dirección de Cabecera: Carrera 5 No. 6- 29
Tel : 833 4619
Email : astridsro@hotmail.com
Inspección de Pacarni
Grupo Asociativo Telpar Televisión Comunitaria PACARNI
Calle 6 N. 6 - 33
Tel : 837 7769
Iquira
Asociación de Televidentes TV IQUIRA
Calle 4 No. 7- 45 Barrio Centro
Tel: 314 218 7809
Email: tviquira@hotmail.com
Neiva
Asociación Antena Parabólica TV Timanco "Alpavisión"
Calle 16 A Sur No. 25 A 43 /Carrera 6 No. 14 A - 39 Barrio Altico
Tel : 098 875 7702
098 871 8866
Email : tvtimanco@gmail.com
Oporapa
Asociación de Servicios Comunitarios de Oporapa "OPORAPA TV"
210
211
Calle 7 No. 9A - 41 Barrio El Rosario
Tel : 311 474 2145
Email : oporapatv@hotmail.com
879 0665
Palermo
Liga de Televidentes y servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Palermo
"Litepalermo"
Cabera: Calle 10 No. 8 -24 Int 101 Sede Administrativa Carrera 8 No. 7 - 35
Tel : 878 3042
878 3727
Email :litepalermo07@hotmail.com
Pital Liga Comunitaria de Televidentes del Municipio del Pital
Carrrera 9 No. 9 -25 o 37 Barrio El Áltico
Tel : 832 7432
310 818 4781
Email: tvpital@live.com
Pitalito
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Laboyana "TV LABOYANA"
Carrera 5 Conjunto Santa Clara Casa E 5
Calle 5 con Transversal 22A
Tel: 301 473 6167
Email: tvlaboyana@hotmail.com
Pitalito - Corregimiento de Bruselas
Corporación de Televisión Comunitaria Bruselas Huila "T.C.B"
Carrera 4 No. 4- 14 Barrio Centro
Tel: 098 835 3339
314 307 2821
Email: t.c.bbruselas@hotmail.com
San Agustín
Señal Satelital Comunitaria San Agustín Comsatel
Carrera 9 No. 3-20
|Tel : 837 3627
Email : comsatelsanagustin35@yahoo.es
Suaza
Asociación Comunitaria Satelvisión - Municipio de Suaza (Huila)
Carrera 5 calle 6
Tel : 832 4015
Tello
Asociación Comunitaria Teleuvita T.V.
Calle 5 No. 6 - 47
Tel : 648 8033
Teruel
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Teruel "Literuel"
211
212
Calle 5 No. 3 - 21 Barrio San José
Tel: 310 340 4155
310 758 6582
Email: literuelhuila@hotmail.com
Tesalia
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Estación Terrena de Televisión Vía Satélite de
Tesalia
Carrera 8 No. 6 - 54
Tel: 988377
988355
Email: tvtesalia@hotmail.com
Timaná
Asociación de Servicios Comunales de Timaná "ASERVICOMT"
Carrera 3 No. 6-55
Tel: 098 837 4200
Email: aservicomtv2@yahoo.es
Yaguara
Cómite de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica de Yaguara
Calle 4 No. 4 - 43 Barrio Centro
Tel: 098 838 3594
312 478 3831
Email: antenaya09@yahoo.es
Magdalena
Chibolo
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios de Chibolo "Cable TV"
Calle 9 carrera 5 esquina
Tel : 485 4039
Email : yolur_710@yahoo.es
El Banco
Corporación TV Banco
Calle 5 No. 8 - 39
Tel : 315 746 4610
Email : corpobanco@hotmail.com
El Difícil
Asociación Comunitaria de Usuarios de Señales Incidentales de Televisión de
Ariguaní. Sigla: ACUATV
Calle 4 No. 4ª - 38 Calle Principal
Tel: 425 7631
Email: acuatv@hotmail.com
El Piñón
Junta de Acción Comunal del barrio Centro del municipio del Piñón Dpto del
212
213
Magdalena
Calle 13 No. 5- 95
Tel: 301 510 1883
Guamal
Asociación de Copropietarios Antenas Parabólicas "Asocapagua"
Calle 7 No. 4- 46
Tel: 418 2194
418 2403
418 2111
Email: asocopagua22@hotmail.com
Nueva Granada - Corregimiento de los Andes
Asociación Para el Fomento y Desarrollo de la Cultura y de la Cultura "TV MILENIO
LOS ANDES"
Carrera 4 No. 3- 02 Barrio la Esmeralda
Tel : 314 597 0989
Pivijay
Promotora de Cultura y Desarrollo Artísitco de Pivijay
Calle 7 No. 21-36
Tel: 300 202 5028
415 7629
Email: procudapi@hotmail.com
301 640 0448
Santa Ana
Corporación Ecológica y Educativa Cablesantana
Calle 2 No. 8-14 Cacecera: Calle 7 No. 7-44
Tel: 095 683 7240
095 683 7481
Email: cablesantana1969@hotmail.com
Santa Marta
Asociación de Televidentes del Magdalena "TV Mag"
Calle 105 N No. 14-45 barrio Bellavista
Tel: 315 827 7482
317 639 4723
Email: tvmag@gmail.com asotvmag@hotmail.com
095 420 8169
Santa Marta
Asociación Telesamaria
Carrera 39 No. 14B - 88 La Estrella
Tel : 095 433 3672
095 4204930
Santa Marta
Asociación Santa Marta Telecomunicaciones "Asosantel"
Mz 1 casa 15 Urbanización Villa Bella
Tel : 430 5299
Email : asosantel@yahoo.com
Tenerife
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión Cerrada sin Ánimo de Lucro del Municipio de
213
214
Tenerife Magdalena "A.C.T-TV"
Carrera 2 No. 7- 75 Barrio Centro
Tel: 095 486 0808
Email: acut-tv07@hotmail.com
Meta
Acacías
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de Acacías "CABLE ACACÍAS"
Calle 13 No. 21-64
Tel: 656 2198
Email: cableacacias@hotmail.com
Acacías
Corporación de Televisión Comunitaria de Acacías "Corpoacacías TV"
Carrera 15 No. 11-30 Centro Barrio La Unión
Tel: 320 459 8716
Barranca de Upia
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de Barranca de Upia "TELE UPIA"
Calle 10 No. 3- 78 Barrio Centro
Tel: 313 265 0462
Cabuyaro
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de Cabuyaro "TV ORIENTE"
Carrera 7 No. 8- 72 Barrio Juan Pablo II
Tel: 313 284 1162
Castilla La Nueva
Asociación de Televidentes de Castilla La Nueva "Cable Asteca"
Carrera 9 No. 7 - 24 Barrio Centro
Tel: 675 1536
675 0077
Email: cableasteca@gmail.com
Cubarral
Corporación de Televidentes de Cubarral "TV Cubarral"
Calle 9 No. 5-41
Tel: 676 3262
Cumaral
Asociación de Usuarios Antena Parabólica de Cumaral
Calle 11 No. 20 - 84
Tel: 098 687 0566
Email: asotvcumaral_meta@hotmail.com
El Dorado (Meta)
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de El Dorado "Tele Dorado"
214
215
Carrera 4 No. 4-25 Barrio Centro
Tel: 310 212 9691
Fuente de Oro
Asociación de Televidentes de Fuente de Oro Meta "SATELCAM"
Carrera 13 No. 11- 42 Barrio el Centro
Tel: 310 779 3324
Email:satelcam@hotmail.es
Granada (Meta)
Asociación Comunitaria El Colono
Calle 14 No. 12 - 84 Barrio el Centro
Tel : 650 0637
Email : asociacionelcolono@yahoo.es
Granada (Meta)
Corporación Sistema de Televisión Comunitario del ARIARI
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 13 No. 15 - 102
Tel: 658 0090
315 346 4954
Email: tvariari@gmail.com
Guamal
Asociación de Televisión Satelital A.T.V. Sat
Calle 14 No. 20-12
Tel: 675 5465
Email: atvsatguamal@hotmail.com
Inspección de Dinamarca
Asociación de Servicios Comunitarios de Dinamarca "TV DIM"
Calle 3 No. 3 - 39
Tel : 318 274 4190
La Macarena
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica La Macarena "CANTV"
Carrera 6 No.7 - 19 Barrio Centro
Tel: 098 560 3180
Email: cantvlamacarena@hotmail.com
Lejanías
Asociación de Televidentes de Lejanías Meta "OVNIVICION"
Calle 8 No.15-01
Tel: 659 1058
Email: doris3352@hotmail.com
Mesetas
Asociación Televisión Comunitaria de Mesetas "T.V. Mesetas"
215
216
Carrera 7 No. 7 - 65
Tel: 659 8055
Email: tvmesetas@yahoo.com
jrobinsonc@hotmail.com
Puerto Gaitán
Asociación de Televidentes de Gaitán "TV GAITAN"
Carrera 10 No.5 - 70 Barrio Manacacías
Tel: 646 0574
Puerto Lleras
Asociación de Televidentes de Puerto Lleras Sigla: SEÑAL TV
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 6a No. 6- 33 Barrio Porvenir
Tel: 313 441 7472
Email: senaltvlleras@hotmail.com
Puerto Rico
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones "Cabletel"
Carrera 1 No. 12-13 Barrio El Morichal
Tel: 311 807 6287
Email: cable.tel@hotmail.com
Restrepo
Asociación de Televidentes de Restrepo Telerestrepo
Carrera 6 No.8 - 50 Barrio Centro
Tel: 655 0878
Email: telerestrepo@hotmail.com
San Carlos de Guaroa
Asociación de Televidentes de San Carlos "TV SAN CARLOS"
Carrera 12 No. 5 -33 Barrio Centro
Tel: 655 7253
311 588 9793
Email: tvsancarlos@gmail.com
San Juan de Arama
Asociación de Televidentes de San Juan "TV ARAMA"
Calle 10 No. 7-24 Barrio Libertad
Tel: 314 265 7718
Villavicencio
Asociación Comunitaria de Villavicencio Telecentauro
Calle 10 No.41 - 39 Barrio la Esperanza III Estapa
Tel : 682 5810
663 4369
Email : asotelecentauro@hotmail.com
Villavicencio
Asociación Liga de Televidentes de Villavicencio "ASOTEVI"
216
217
Calle 26 No. 14- 32 Barrio Popular
Tel: 098 655 0878
098 673 3630
Email: asotevi@gmail.com
311 589 2229
098 671 0353
Villavicencio
Asociación de Servicios Comunitarios "TV CUNCIA"
Calle 3 No. 3-39 Barrio Centro La Cuncia
Tel: 313 890 3823
Email: tvcuncia@gmail.com
Vistahermosa
Asociación de Televidentes de Vista Hermosa "TV Hermosa"
Calle 10 No. 12-51
Tel : 651 8143
Email : tvhermosatv@yahoo.es
Nariño
Buesaco
Asociación Comunitaria Telejuanambu. Sigla: TELEJUANAMBU
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 4 No. 9- 06 Barrio San Antonio
Tel : 311 765 9131
Email :telejuanambu@hotmail.com
Chachagüí
Corporación Andina Televisión "ANDINA TELEVISIÓN"
Carrera 7 No. 3 - 46 Barrio Central
Tel: 732 8016
313 615 1271
andinatv2@gmail.com
Cuaspud
Corporación Cable Cuaspud Televisión "Cuaspud Televisión"
Carrera 2 No. 1B 55
Tel: 301 754 7146
775 2419
Email: julianramirezv@gmail.com
Cumbal
Corporación Cable Cumbal Comunicaciones "TV CABLE CUMBAL"
Calle 18 No. 6-56 Barrio Granada Cumbal
Tel: 779 8101
Email:eduarrios07@hotmail.com
Guachucal
Asociación de recreación y Cultura de Guachucal
217
218
Calle 2ª No. 1-74 Barrio San Franciso Salida Ipiales Guachucal
Tel : 777 8326
Email : gumel63@yahoo.es
Imues
Asociación Comunitaria TV Cable Pedregal Pilcuan "TV CABLE PEDREGAL
PILCUAN"
Avenida Panamericana Pedregal Barrio Centro Nariño Casa No. 20
Ipiales
Cable Ipiales Sur y Asociados "CABLEIPISUR"
Carrera 7 No. 26- 50 Piso 2 Oficina 201 Barrio Kennedy
Tel : 773 7746
773 5899
300 619 2669
Email : cableipisuryasociados2207@hotmail.com
La Cruz
Asociación Televisión Comunitaria Nueva Imagen "Nueva Imagen"
Calle 8 No. 10-30 Barrio La Pola La Cruz
Tel : 314 797 4384
Email : tvnuevaimagen@hotmail.com
La Unión
Asociación de Televidentes de la Unión Departamento de Nariño ATVUNION
Carrera 1 No. 13-25 Barrio Niño de Dios
Tel : 726 5302
Email : atvunion_1@hotmail.com
Pasto
Corporación TV Cable Digital Pasto "TV CABLE DIGITAL
Calle 18a No. 4E - 05 Barrio Lorenzo
Tel : 300 675 8687
732 5235
732 3909
Email :eduarrios07@hotmail.com
321 831 1978
Pupiales
Liga de Consumidores y Televidentes de Pupiales
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 9 No. 6- 124
Tel : 312 855 6786
Email : tvpupiales@hotmail.com
Samaniego
Asociación Samanieguense de Televisión por Cable "ASOTVCABLE"
Carrera 3a No. 2- 14 Barrio Progreso
Tel: 748 0029
728 9031
311 256 8937
Email: henrypantoja@telecom.com.co
Sandona
Asociación de Televidentes de Sandona "ASOTVSANDONA"
218
219
Calle 7 No. 05 - 02 Barrio Comercio
Tel: 092 728 8480
Email: asotvsandona@yahoo.es
092 728 8375
Sotomayor
Asociación de Televidentes y Copropietarios Fundadores de Televisión por Cable de
los Andes "ASOTVANDES"
Calle San Pedro
Tel: 2 728 7766
Tuquerres
Asociación de Productores de Televisión Comunitaria Cerrada de Túquerres "TV
SABANA DIGITAL"
Calle 18 No. 12- 34 Barrio Centro
Tel: 728 1334
Email: tvsabanadigital@gmail.com
Norte de Santander
Ábrego
Asociación de Televisión Incidental ASTV
Carrera 4 No. 14 - 69 Barrio San Carlos
Tel: 097 564 2746
311 812 9535
Email: astvabrego@hotmail.com
Arboledas
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de Arboledas "CABLE
ARBOLEDAS"
Calle 4 No. 8 - 02 El Pailon
Tel : 314 399 2013
Bochalema
Asociación Comunitaria Bochalema Televisión "ACOBTV"
Carrera 3 No. 5 - 07
Tel : 586 3410
Bucarasica
La Corporación Cable Bucarasica TV "CABLE BUCARASICA"
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 2 No. 1- 131 Barrio Córdoba
Tel : 7 586 1030
312 448 6331
Email : caimrao24@hotmail.com
Chinácota
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Chinácota
219
220
"Telechinácota"
Carrera 3 No 4 - 22 Barrio Centro
Tel : 097 586 4125
Email: telechinacota@hotmail.com
097 586 4327
Cúcuta - Corregimiento de Agua Clara
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Agua Clara "TELEAGUA"
Manzana A Lote 10 Villa Patricia
Tel : 320 235 0404
Cúcuta
Corporación Cable Cúcuta T.V.
Avenida 3 No.7-99 Brrio Chapinero Atalaya
Tel: 581 4278
581 6839
Email: corcat.v.cu@hotmail.com
cablecucuta@hotmail.com
Cúcuta
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Comunitaria TELEPANAMERICANA
Avenida 2 No. 0-110 Barrio Aeropuerto
Tel: 097 587 3050
Email: telepanamerica-na@hotmail.com
Durania
Asociación Comunitaria Antena Parabólica de Durania ACAPADU
Avenida 4 No. 8-55
Tel : 574 1812
313 235 2780
Email : acapadu@hotmail.com
El Zulia
Corporación T.V. Cable Zulia
Avenida 3 No. 3-34 barrio Pueblo Nuevo
Tel: 578 9076
Email: corporaciontvcable_elzulia@hotmail.com
Gramalote
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de Gramalote "CABLE
GRAMALOTE"
Calle 8 No. 3- 36 Barrio Casaverde
Tel: 566 7271
321 437 428
Email: cablegramalote@live.com
Los Patios
Asociación de Productores de Televisión Comunitaria Cerrada de los Patios
"TEVEPATIOS"
Manzana 27 lote 406 Urbanización Videlso
Tel: 580 0451
Ocaña
Asociación de Usuarios Comunitarios de la Antena Parabólica de San Jorge de
220
221
Ocaña. Sigla: Asucap San Jorge. Antes: Asociación de Usuarios Comunitarios de la
Antena Parabólica Asucap San Jorge.
Calle 11 No. 33-180
Barrio Buenos Aires
Tel : 561 1272
561 1288
5611277
Email : asucap@hotmail.com
Pamplona
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Comunitaria de Pamplona "ASUTV COPAM"
Carrera 7 No. 6 - 16 Barrio Santo Domingo
Tel : 568 1392
568 6133
Email : asutvcopam@yahoo.es
Pamplona
Asociación de usuarios Copropietarios Comunitarios de Televisión de Pamplona
C.T.V
Carrera 6 No. 7- 59 Centro Comercial Plaza Real Local 16
Tel : 310 241 2019
Pamplonita
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria Pamplonita "Asotecop"
Carrera 2 al lado de Telecom Barrio Centro
Tel: 568 4903
312 386 8114
Email: asotecop1@hotmail.com
Ragonvalia
Corporación Cable Ragonvalia Televisión "CABLE RAGONVALIA"
Barrio la humildad No. 2 - 17
Tel: 869 217
Santiago
Asociación de Televidentes de Santiago "TELE SANTIAGO"
Carrera 2 No. 4 - 67
Tel : 585 6584
Sardinata
Asociación de Televisión de Representantes de los Barrios de Sardinata NDS
"TELESAR"
Calle 8 No. 3 - 66 Barrio San Francisco
Tel: 097 566 5406
311 227 1994
566 5406
Email: telesartv@hotmail.com
Toledo
Asociación Teletoledo
Calle 13 No. 4-80 Centro
Tel: (097)5670050
Email: teletoledo@hotmail.com
Villa del Rosario
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Villa del Rosario "Televilla"
221
222
Carrera 6 No. 7- 44 Centro
Tel: 570 0270
Email: tele_villa@hotmail.com
Putumayo
Mocoa
Asociación Comunitaria de TV por Cable sin Ánimo de Lucro San Miguel Agreda de
Mocoa Sigla: ASOCOTV
Barrio Centro Calle 7A
Tel : 098-4205900
Orito
Asociación Operación de Recepción de Televisión Incidental "Asociación Oritel"
Calle 3 A No. 3-06 Barrio La Esperanza
Tel : 429 0388
Email : asociacionoritel@hotmail.com
Puerto Asís
Asocación Comunitaria de Usuarios de la Antena Parabolica de Puerto Asís CABLE
NET
Calle 9 No. 19 - 24 Barrio San Francisco
Tel: 098 422 8905
098 422 7696
Email: cablenettv2003@yahoo.es
Puerto Caicedo
Asociación de Antenas Parabólicas para la Prestación del Servicio de Televisión
Local "Asotv"
Carrera 4 No. 6-70
Puerto Leguízamo
Asociación Puerto Leguízamo TV
Calle 8 entre Carreras 2 y 3 Barrio Progreso
Tel: 563 4444
Email: leguizamotv@hotmail.com
San Miguel
Asociación de Televidentes de San Miguel "Asotelmi"
Barrio San Felipe MCP La Dorada Sn Miguel
Tel: 098 4210052
Email: vitian1110@yahoo.es
Valle del Guamez
Asociación Prestación Incidental en Televisión "Asociación Prismatel"
222
223
Calle 7 Con Carrera 7 No. 7-61
Tel: 428 7298
Email: asociacionprismatel@hotmail.com
lucecita2101@yahoo.es
Villa Garzón
Asociación de Televidentes de Villa Garzón - "ASOTEVI"
Hotel Turista Calle Principal Barrio Centro
Tel: 312 817 3550
314 329 5196
Email: asotevi-villa@hotmail.com
Quindío
Armenia
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios de barrios Villa Jardín, Las Américas,
Ciudadela La Patria, La Universal, La Clarita, Rojas II, Pabona, Recreo y
circunvecinos "Litejar"
Calle 21 No. 32 - 47
Tel : 738 6918
Armenia
Asociación Antena Parabólica Comunitaria T.V. Pinares
Barrio Pinares Manzana 3 No.13
Tel : 097 482908
097 474583
Email : tvpinares@yahoo.com
Armenia
Asociación de la Antena Parabólica de los Barrios Zuldemayda y adyacentes Canal
13
Barrio Zuldeamyda Manzana 15 No. 12
Tel: 7485260
Email: zuldemayda@hotmail.com
Génova
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Génova Quindío "ASUPAGE"
Calle 24 No. 10 - 15
Tel: 767 2508
Email: asupagentv@yahoo.com
Risaralda
223
224
Apía
Corporación Estación Comunitaria de Televisión Villa de las Cáscaras Cecotv Apía
Carrera 9 No. 8 - 26
Tel: 096-3609118
311 324 6062
Email: cecotvapia@yahoo.com
Dos Quebradas
Asociación de Televidentes Comuneros Frailes "Asotecofra TV"
Mz D1 Casa 7, Caseta Comunal Barrio Alvaro Patiño Amariles
Tel: 315 7705
Email: dramirez179@hotmail.com
Dos Quebradas
Asociación Dosquebradas Televisión
Mz 27 Ca 12 Camprestre C
Tel 323 1972
Email: osmelrc@hotmail.com
Dosquebradas
Corporación de Servicios en Telecomunicaciones de Dosquebradas "TELE DOS"
Calle 55 No. 21- 03 Barrio San Diego
Tel: 326 9880
Guática
Asociación Antena Parabólica de Guática Risaralda
Carrera 5 No. 10-43
Tel: 353 9608
La Celia
Estación Televisión Comunitaria La Celia Ahora: Corporación Comunitaria de
Televisión La Celia "COMUTEVELAC"
Calle 5 No. 2 - 17 / Carrera 2 No. 3-35
Tel: (096) 367 1685
(096) 367 1524
Email: comutevelac_217@hotmail.com
La Virginia
Fundación Municipal Antena parabólica La Virginia "FUNMUPAVIR"
Carrera 5 No. 11-32 Barrio Buenos Aíres
Tel: 368 0551
314 631 7692
Email: funmupavir@gmail.com
Marsella
Asociación Marsellesa de Radio y Televisión Comunitaria Sigla: Asomar T.V
Sede Administrativa: Carrera 11 No. 10 - 26 Barrio Chapinero. Cabecera: Carrera 11
No. 12 - 35 Barrio San Vicente
Tel: 096 368 6171
313 615 1828
Email : asomartv@yahoo.com
Mistrató
Asociación Cívica Antena Parabólica Mistrató Risaralda
224
225
Calle 6 No. 5 - 11
Tel : 352 6022
Email : acapam.mistrato@gmail.com
352 6364
Pereira
Asociación Comunitaria Parabólica José Antonio Galán "Acopajaga"
Carrera 2 No. 35 A 58 Colegio Alfredo García Barrio José Antonio Galán
Tel: 326 6237
Email: acopajaga@gmail.com
Pereira
Cooperativa Multiactiva de Desarrollo Social "Coosocial"
Manzana 25 Casa 32 Sector B Parque Principal
Tel: 314 6563
310 518 2992
Email : mpboterofacil@hotmail.com
Pereira
Cooperativa de Integración Guacarí Tribunas "Coointev"
Corregimiento de Tribunas Guacari Plazoleta Principal
Tel : 338 6197
Email : coointev@hotmail.com
Pereira
Asociación de Televidentes de Villa Santana "Asosantana T.V."
Sede Comunal Barrio Nuevo Plan - Caseta Comunal Villa Santana Manzana 6 Casa
1
Tel: 096 331 8828
096 343 6666
Email: asosantanatv@hotmail.com
Pereira
Cooperativa Comunicación e Integración del Otun TV Otun
Corregimiento de Combia Vereda El Pomo El Caserío
Tel: 326 7125
Email: tvotun3170@hotmail.com
Pereira
Asociación de Televidentes TV SIETE
Manzana 12 Casa 2 Piso 2 Comunidad El Paraíso Barrio cuba
Tel : 320 8950
Pueblo Rico
Asociación Cívica Parabólica de Pueblo Rico Risaralda "ACIPRI"
Carrera 4 No. 5 - 37
Tel: 366 3210
313 744 5306
Email: acipripr@hotmail.com
Quinchía
Asociación Antena Parabólica Irra
225
226
Calle primera de Mayo No. 2b - 07 Corregimiento Irra
Email: parabolicairra@hotmail.com
Quinchía
Corporación Antena Parabólica Quinchía
Calle 2A No. 7 - 28 Barrio la Plazuela
Tel : 096 356 3396
096 3563201
311 341 4460
311 341 3604
Email: quinchia@hotmail.com
Parabolica_quinchia@hotmail.com
Santuario
Corporación Cívica Estación Comunitaria de Televisión Perla del Tatama "CECOTV
SANTUARIO"
Carrera 7a No. 7-30
Tel :368 7709
368 7804
Email: teletatama@hotmail.com
fedecoter@yahoo.es
San Andrés islas
Isla Providencia
Corporación Comunitaria La Roca
South West Bay
Tel: 098-514 8593
Santander
Barbosa
Asociación de Usuarios del Sistema Antena Parabólica de Barbosa "AUSAPAB"
Calle 14 No. 8 - 29 sector El Trapiche
Tel: 748 2373
748 1637
311 808 4775
Email: televisionbarbosa@yahoo.com
Barichara
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria TV BARICHARA
Calle 3 No. 6 - 44
Tel: 726 7598
Email: asotvbarichara@yahoo.com
Barrancabermeja
Asociación Antena Parabólica Paracolombia y Buenos Aires.
Carrera 18 No. 51 -11 Barrio Colombia Carrera 20 No. 47- 63 Barrio Buenos Aires
Fax. 097 6222546
097622 6314
Email : paracolombia@hotmail.com
Barrancabermeja
226
227
Asociación de Usuarios de Antenas Parabólicas Sur Occidente - "ANPSOCC"
Calle 32 No. 30A - 10 Barrio Cincuentenario
Tel: 620 5645
Email: anpsocc@yahoo.es
Barrancabermeja
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria por Cable Circunvlar "TV
CIRCUNVALAR"
Calle 56 No. 19 -44 Barrio Tocorama
Tel: 097 622 4875
097 602 8190
Email: paracircunvalar@hotmail.com
Barrancabermeja
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria Paracentral Sigla:
PARACENTRAL
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 45 No. 23A - 72 Barrio Inscredial
Tel: 097 622 4499
Email: paracentralass@hotmail.com
Barrancabermeja
Asociación de Copropietarios de la antena Parabolica Paranorte de
Barrancabermeja
Carrera 28 No. 73A - 27 Barrio la Libertad
Tel: 097 620 0658
Email: paranortetv@hotmail.com
Barrancabermeja
Asociación Organizada de Televisón Satelital Televisar
Calle 48 No. 26-13 Barrio El Recreo
Tel: 320 300 7301
097 622 4664
Email: asorteve@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Afiliados a la T.V. Comunitaria John F. Kennedy "Acotevecom JFK"
Calle 17 No. 12-31 barrio Kennedy
Tel : 640 2667
Email : acotevecomjfk@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación Antena Parabólica Ciudad Norte ASAPACIN
Calle 8 C No. 23-C-14
Bucaramanga
Asociación Cívica del barrio Las Américas "Asocibam"
Calle 37 No. 33-26 barrio El Prado
Tel: 635 0061
Bucaramanga
Asociación Recreativa Telecidentes del Norte "Arcots T.V."
227
228
Carrera 25 No. 17- 45 Barrio San Francisco
Tel: 645 8207
632 0999
634 7156
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Afiliados de la Televisión Comunitaria de los Barrios Provenza
Fontana y Circunvecinos Paraprofon LTDA.
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 105 No. 25 - 32 Barrio Provenza
Tel: 636 8193
Email: parapronfon@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación Cívica Barrio la Aurora
Carrera 32A No. 17 -54
Tel : 645 6289
Email : asociaurora_bmanga@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria. Sigla: TEVE.COM
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 37 No. 1 - 31 Bis Barrio la Joya
Tel : 630 8511
Email : tevecanaldos@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Usuarios Para La Adquisición y Mentenimiento de la Antena
Parabólica Para El Barrio El Rocío “Apabaro”
Calle 104 E No. 16 - 62 Barrio El Rocío
Tel : 637 2318
Email : apabaro_tv@yahoo.com
Asociación de los Afiliados a la Antena Parabólica del barrio Girardot y barrios
vecinos "Asaparabol"
Carrera 6 No. 24 - 52 Barrio Girardoth - CM Calle 1A 10-05
Tel : 670 2598
Email:asaparabol115@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Televisión Recreativa y Comunitaria de la Comuna 11 y sectores
circunvecinos "Atereco T.V."
Calle 104C No. 12-02
Tel: 637 4337
316 834 1353
Email: alonsoparra11@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Unión de Televidendes y servicios comunitarios de Bucaramanga y Sectores
228
229
circunvencinos "Teleunión"
Sede administrativa: Avenida La Rosita No. 18-85. Cabecera: Avenida 52 No. 21-76
barrio Los Colados
Tel: 652 0077
Email: teleunion.85@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación para la distribución y producción de televisión comunitaria Aspadiasan
T.V. Sigla: Aspadiasan
Calle 86 No. 24 - 14 Diamante II
Tel: 636 0365
636 8122
636 1464
Email: aspadiasantv@hotmail.com
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Copropietarios Antena Parabólica de las Comunas del Sur
"ACOAPACOS"
Carrera 3w No. 57- 47 Barrio Mutis
Calle 36 No. 13 - 48 Oficina 205, Edificio
Metrocentro
Tel: 641 7375
Email : acoapacos@telebucaramanga.net.co
Bucaramanga
Asociación de Abonados de la Antena Parabólica de Los barrios: La Victoria, La
Ceiba, La Puerta del Sol, La Salle, Nueva Granada, Pablo VI, Ricaurte, Agrica, Juan
XXIII, Cordoncillo y 20 de Julio "Asaparvi"
Carrera 25 No. 64A - 64
\Tel: 643 4543
Email: asaparvi@latinmail.com
Capitanejo
Corporación GAMO T.V
Calle 5 No. 3-60
Tel: 660 0557
Email: gamotv@hotmail.com
Charalá
Asociación de Usuarios Antena Parabólica de Charalá ASUAPACHA
Calle 19 No. 14- 37
Tel: 311 521 1277
725 7962
Email: asuapacha19@yahoo.com
Cimitarra
Fundación para el Desarrollo Cultural del Carare Cable 2
Sede Administrativa: Carrera 5 No. 5 - 45 Cabecera: Salida a la India, Barrio Buenos
Aires.
Tel : 626 0778
Email : cabledostv@yahoo.es
El Playón
Asociación de Televisión para el Servicio de Recepción y Distribución de Señales
229
230
Incidentales para el Municipio de El Playón Sin Ánimo de Lucro
El Playón Calle 3A No. 6 - 87
Tel : 097-629 2268
Email : asotvision@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación de Copropietarios Programa Antena Parabólica de los barrios Centro
Primavera "Favuis Acopaf"
Carrera 8a No. 9 - 67 Favuis
Tel: 097 648 1840
Email: tvacopaf@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Junta de Acción Comunal de la Urbanización Los Rosales - Comité Empresarial
Carrera 11 B No. 16-39 o calle 17 No. 11 B 32 urbanización Los Rosales
Tel: 097 681 9275
Email: coemparo.jac@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asopava Asociación de Copropietarios de Antena Parabólica barrio Ciudad Valencia
"ASOPAVA"
Sede administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 14 No. 16-24 Barrio Ciudad Valencia
Tel : 097 638 3229
Email : asopava@yahoo.es
Floridablanca
Asociación de Propietarios y Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de los barrios Lagos
I, II, III y IV sector A y B y Cañaveral "ASOPROCALANT"
Carrera 6 No. 25-12 Lagos III
Tel: 097 679 9103
317 639 2078
Email: asoprocalant1@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación Copropietarios de la Antena parabólica Lagos II "ACOPDAPAL II"
Calle 45 No. 5- 21 Lagos II Etapa
Tel: 320 241 16044
097 675 1962
097 684 8910
097 649 7507
Email : acopdapal2@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación de Usuarios Copropietarios del Sistema de Televisión Comunitaria de
Floridablanca. "Acoproalta T.V." Ahora Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de
Floridablanca sigla: ACOPROALTA T.V.
Carrera 11 No. 6 - 35
Tel: 097 648 7989
616 0707
Email: acoproalta_mira@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica Dos Limones El Bosque
230
231
Carrera 22 No. 27-185 sector G2 El Bosque
Tel: 097-638 8837
Email: eyamile0131@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de los Barrios San Bernardo.
La Trinidad y Santa Fe "Acopabe"
Carrera 20 No. 59-82 Barrio Trinidad
Tel: 097 649 1542
Floridablanca
Asociación de Usuarios de Antena Parabólica del Barrio Santa Ana "TV SANTA
ANA"
Calle 5 No. 9 - 09 Barrio Santa Ana
Tel: 097 639 5633
Email: t.v.santaana@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación de Corpopietarios de Televisión Comunitaria de Floridablanca ACOAP
TELEVISIÓN
Calle 126A No.45-34 Barrio Zapamanga VII Etapa
Tel : 097 649 1438
097 649 0482
Email : acoaptv@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria Jardín de Limoncito
Floridablanca "ACOPROJARLI".
Carrera 17 A No. 3 - 35 Jardín Limoncito
Tel: 097 648 6270
097 648 6539
Email: acoprojarli@hotmail.com
Floridablanca
Cooperativa Multiactiva La Cumbre sigla Coocumbre
Calle 28 No. 5E - 23 Barrio la Cumbre
Tel: 097 658 1209
097 658 1415
317 640 9262
Email : coocumbre@hotmail.com
317 640 9266
Floridablanca
Liga de Copropietarios de televisión comunitaria de la urbanización Bella Vista
Balcones de Orientes "Multivisión"
Avenida Principal, Urbanización Bellavista, caseta sede de equipos sector A
Tel : 097 638 0238
Email : multibellavista@hotmail.com
Girón
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de la Urbanización El
231
232
Palenque "ACROAPEL PALENQUE"
Carrera 17 B No. 56 -43 Esquina El Palenque
Tel: 646 9743
Girón
Asociación de Usuarios Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria "Arenales T.V."
Diagonal 10 No. 22A - 15 Altos de Arenales
Tel : 659 4804
659 3676 arenaltv@hotmail.com
La Belleza
Corporación Televida
Carrera 5 No. 7- 64
Tel: 756 9833
Lebrija
Asociación Comunitaria de Copropietarios Antena Parabólica Lebrija T.V. ACCAPLE
T.V.
Calle 10 No. 10-24 barrio centro.
Tel: 656 6605
Email: accapletv@hotmail.com
Lebrija
Corporación de Promotores de Televisión de Lebrija "Telebrija"
Calle 11 No. 10 - 51
Tel: 656 6382
Email: telebrija@hotmail.com
Málaga
Asociación de Usuarios Antena Parabólica del Municipio de Málaga “ARCOMA TV”
Calle 15 No. 9 - 49 piso 2
Tel: 660 8331
Email: arcomainternet@yahoo.com.mx
Mogotes
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Mogotes "Asopamo"
Calle 5 No.1 - 34
Tel: 727 9283
313 883 9459
Email: asopamo@yahoo.es
Oiba
Asociación de Usuarios del Servicio de Televisión Comunitaria del Municipio de Oiba
- "Asouapo"
Calle 11 No. 7- 24
Tel: 097 717 3396
097 717 3750
Email: asouapo@yahoo.es
Piedecuesta
Asociación de Copropietarios de la antena Parabólica de los barrios la Argenitna y
232
233
San Telmo I etapa Asocoapast.
Sede Administrativa: Polideportivo la Argentina, Antiguo Kiosco Telecom Barrio la
Argentina - Piedecuesta. Cabecera: Diagonal 71BN - 03 Barrio La Argentina
Tel : 097 654 0131
316 491 1712
Email: asocoapast@yahoo.com
Piedecuesta
Junta Civica San Cristobal Televisión Comunitaria de Piedecuesta "TELE
PIEDECUESTA"
Sede administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 5 No. 16 A 30 III etapa del Barrio San
Cristobal
Tel : 097 655 1657
097 654 8058
Email: telepiedecuesta@hotmail.com
Piedecuesta
Asociación de Copropietarios de Antena Parabólica del Sur de Piedecuesta
"Acoprosur T.V."
Carrera 5 No. 9 - 68 Ofi. 5
Tel: 097 655 2800
Email: acoprosurtv@telecom.com.co
Piedecuesta
Asociación de Promotores de Televisión para Piedecuesta ACOPROTEP
Carrera 08 No. 05 - 18 Barrio Centro Cabecera: Calle 16f No. 1w - 39 P2 Barrio
Edimar
Tel : 097 655 8984
097 655 7814
097 6550057
311 213 6126
acoprotep@yahoo.es
Piedecuesta
Corporación T.V. Cable Digital Piedecuesta Ahora: Comunidad Organizada para el
Desarrollo Social de las Telecomunicaciones y la Operación de la Televisión Digital
en Piedecuesta Sigla: TV CABLE DIGITAL
Calle 9 No. 8 -71 Barrio Centro
Tel: 097 655 1777
315 679 5853
Email: cabledigital@hotmail.com
Puente Nacional
Asociación de Usuarios del Sistema de Parabólica de Puente Nacional APPN
Carrera 7 No. 4 - 48 Carrera 6 No. 7- 93
Tel : 097 7587601
311 563 2146
Email : appnptenal@hotmail.com
Puerto Parra
Asociación de Telecomunicaciones de Puerto Parra "Asotepu"
Calle 8 No. 8-31 barrio Kennedy
Tel: 315 642 9037
Email: asotepu@yahoo.com
Puerto Wilches
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Anatena Parabólica de Puerto Wilches “Acap 233
234
Puerto Wilches”
Carrera 3 No. 4-47 barrio El Centro
Tel: 613 2509
Puerto Wilches - Inspección de Puente Sogamoso
Corporación Cable Onix de Puente Sogamoso
Calle 6 - Calle 4 Esquina Barrio Las Flores
Tel : 311 464 5657
Rionegro
Asociación de Copropietarios de Antena Parabólica de Rionegro
Carrera 12 No. 12 - 10 Barrio centro
Tel: 097 618 8470
Email: acaparis.s.s@hotmail.com
Sabana de Torres
Corporación OTV Comunicaciones
Cabecera: Calle 18 No. 8-10 Sede Adva cra 12 No.15-50
Tel : 057-629 4003
Email : jeniza_09@hotmail.com
San Gil
Asociación de Copropietarios de La Antena Parabólica de San Gil. Sigla: Asoparsa
Telesangil
Calle 16 No. 16-12, Barrio Villa Olimpica
Tel: 097 724 3847
097 723 7013
Email: coasoparsa@yahoo.es
San Vicente de Chucurí
Asociación de Coproietarios de Televisión Comunitaria Galaxia "ASOGALAXIA"
Carrera 11A No. 5 - 25
Tel: 625 4637
625 4635
Email: asogalaxia@latinmail.com
Asogalaxia@hotmail.com
Simacota
Asociación de usuarios del Sistema Antena Colectiva de Televisión Simacota
"TELESIMACOTA"
Carrera 4 Nº 3-41 Barrio El Altico
Tel : 726 1545
Email : telesimacota@hotmail.com
Socorro
Asociación de Abonados Antena Parabólica del Socorro "Paso TV"
Carrera 15 No. 18 -21
Tel: 729 6802
729 6184
727 4836
727 3136
Email: pasotelevision@hotmail.com
direccionpasotv@hotmail.com
Valle de San José
Asociación de Corpropietarios de la Antena Comunal y Parabólica del Valle de San
234
235
José "Asocopava"
Calle 5 No. 8- 28
Tel : 726 8851
Vélez
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión de Vélez "Acotevel"
Calle 9 No. 4-95 interior 7-8
Tel: 097-756 3016
Email: acotevel@yahoo.es
Villanueva
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Villanueva "VILLANUEVA
TV"
Carrera 9 No. 13- 39 Sector Pueblo Nuevo
Tel: 716 6027
312 478 0719
Email: villanuevatvsantander@hotmail.com
Zapatoca
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Zapatoca "AUVPAZA"
Carrera 8 No. 23-62 y 23-64
Tel : 625 2392
313 283 7548
Email : auvpaza@gmail.com
auvpaza@telecom.com.co
Sucre
Buenavista
Asociación Comunitaria Rocío de Oro
Carrera 10 No. 9 - 45 Barrio Santa Lucia
Tel: 290 1275
290 1462
Email: asociaconrociodeoro@hotmail.com
311 412 6823
Coveñas
Asociación Olas Televisión
Calle 4 No 14 - 52 Sector Punta Piedra
Tel: 288 0496
Email: asociacionolas@hotmail.com
Galeras
Asociación Cable Galeras
Calle 10 No. 5A - 40
Tel : 289 3536
Email: asociacioncablegaleras@hotmail.com
Guaranda
Asociación Guaranda T.V.
235
236
Calle Principal Kra 5 No. 4 - 54
Tel : 291 1007
291 1023
Email : asociacionguaranda@hotmail.com
asoguaranda_tv@yahoo.com
Los Palmitos
Asociación de Usuarios de Servicios Comunitarios ASUSCOM
Calle 6 No. 7- 39 Barrio Las Lomas
Tel: 292 2008
Email: asuscomlospalmitos@gmail.com
Majagual
Asociación Majagual T.V.
Calle principal Barrio El Carmen
Tel: 287 1189
Email: asomajagual@hotmail.com
San Benito Abad
Corporación San Benito Televisión "CORSA T.V."
Calle 11 No. 11-39 Barrio Calle Nueva Cabecera: Carrera 12 No. 12-10
Tel: 311 406 5649
293 0147
Email: jochamandezg@hotmail.com
San Juan de Betulia
Asociación de Televidentes de San Juan "CABLE BETULIA"
Calle Principal No.1-02
Tel: 311 426 5769
San Marcos
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Comunitaria de Antena Parabólica de San
Marcos Sucre "TELEMARCOS"
Calle 19 No. 28 - 04
Tel: 095-295 3101
Email: asociaciontelemarcos@yahoo.com
San Onofre
Corporación San Onofre Comunicaciones TV
Carrera 19 No. 22-38
Tel: 300 302 4658
San Pedro
Asociación Comunitaria La Semilla
Carrera 9 No. 23 - 29 Barrio 1° de Mayo
Tel: 289 4885
Email: asosemilla@hotmail.com
Sincelejo
Asociación Sincelejo Telecomunicaciones Sigla: ASOSINTEL
236
237
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 11 No. 17- 18 Barrio El Prado
Tel: 275 0946
E
Sucre
Asociación Sucre Televisión "SUCRE TV"
Carrera 8 No. 6 - 130
Tel: 311 673 8834
Tolú
Asociación T.V. Imágenes del Caribe
Carrera 5 No.11 - 78
Tel: 286 0128
288 4312
Email: tvimagenesdelcaribe@yahoo.com
Tolú Viejo
Asociación Parabólica Comunitaria de Toluviejo Sucre "ASOPATOL"
Calle El Poso Via Tolu Viejo San Onofre
Tel : 312 646 8824
Tolima
Alpujarra
Corporación Social y Educativa de Alpujarra "LITE ALPUJARRA"
Calle 6 No. 6- 18 Barrio Centro
Tel: 313 246 1906
310 787 4972
315 507 4168
Ambalema
Corporación TV Ambalema "TV Ambalema"
Calle 8 No. 5 -87 Barrio El Centro
Tel: 285 6510
311 865 2810
Email: politv_leo@yahoo.es
Armero-Guayabal
Asociación de Copropietarios del Sistema de Antena Parabólica "Floro Monroy" del
Municipio de Armero "T.V. Armero"
Calle 5 No. 6 -34 Parque Principal
Tel: 098 253 0018
098 053 1052
Email:ricardopec@hotmail.com
Ataco
Asociación de Antena Parabólica Comunitaria de Ataco Tolima
Carrera 4a No. 6 - 19
Barrio centro
Tel: 224 0299
Email : asantenaparabolicaatto@yahoo.es
Cajamarca
Cooperativa de Servicios Audiovisuales, Culturales, Recreativos y Afines
237
238
"COOVISIÓN"
Carrera 9 No. 6-56
Tel: 287 1203
Email: coovision@hotmail.com
Carmen de Apicalá
Asociación TV Cable Apicalá
Carrera 4 con calle 4
Chaparral
Corporación Social y Educativa de Chaparral "LITECHAPARRAL"
Avenida Estudiantes Carrera 10
Tel : 311 206 5655
Email: litechaparral@hotmail.com
Chicoral
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Chicoral.
Carrera 4A No. 3- 88
Tel: 288 9115
Email: cichoraltv@yahoo.es
Coyaima
Asociación de Usuarios - Antena Parabólica Coyaima 2000 TV
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Manzana 7 casa 5 barrio Simón Bolívar
Tel: 318 379 2962
Email: leonelmauriciochavez@hotmail.com
Dolores
Asociación de Televidentes de Dolores. Sigla: Asotevedol
Sede Admon: Carrera 7 No. 5 -36. Cabecera: Carrera 9 No. 7 - 74
Tel: 311 226 9194
Email: asotevedol@hotmail.com
El Espinal
Liga de Televidentes del Espinal
Carrera 8 No. 11 - 96 Barrio Centro
Tel: 098 2485247
Falan
Asociación de Televisión Comunitaria de Falan sigla: "TVFALAN"
Casa Grande La Plazuela
Tel : 311 884 3256
Guamo
Corporación de Sistema de Comunicación Comunitaria Telemaya
238
239
"CORPOTELEMAYA"
Calle 9 No. 5- 52
Tel: 227 2244
Email: corpotelemaya@gmail.com
Honda
Asociación Liga de Televidentes de Honda "Honda TV"
Calle 12 No. 16- 93 Barrio 12 de Octubre
Tel: 251 1291
Email: hodatv1@hotmail.com
maolopez17@yahoo.es
Ibagué
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios de Ibagué "IBAGUÉ TV"
Urbanización Las Palmeras BL D - Apto 301
Tel: 268 9821
Ibagué
Asociación de Televidentes de Ibagué "ASOIBAGUE"
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 13 No. 7 - 73 Barrio Centro
Tel: 263 7478
Email: asoibague@hotmail.com
Icononzo
Asociación Icononzo Televisión
Carrera 5 No. 7-21
Tel: 315 292 7747
Email: icononzotv@yahoo.com
Lerída
Asociación de Amigos de la Antena Parabólica de Lerida "T LERIDA"
Carrera 4 No. 7- 75
Tel: 289 1324
311 483 4197
Email: rosalbinacadena@live.com
Líbano
Corporación de Televidentes de Tevelíbano
Calle 6 No. 13-81
Tel: 256 1438
Email: corpotevelibano2@hotmail.com
Mariquita
Asociación TV MAR
Calle 11 No. 6 - 51 Barrio la Concordia
Tel: 252 2020
Email: mpboterofacil@hotmail.com
Melgar
Asociación Cívica Cultural Bundenet
239
240
Calle 8 No. 19-77 piso 2
Tel: 245 0110
Email: bundenettv@gmail.com
bundenetmelgar@yahoo.com
Natagaima
Asociación Comunitaria T.V. Cable Natagaima Tolima
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 6 No. 6 - 78 piso 2° barrio El Centro
Natagaima.
Tel: 226 4239
Email: paco7844@hotmail.com
Ortega
Corporación de Televidentes de Ortega "CORPORTEGA"
Carrera 10 No. 7- 79
Tel: 225 8062
Email: corpotega@gmail.com
Planadas
Asociación Comunitaria de Coopropietarios Antena Parabólica Planadas "TV
Planadas"
Carrera 6 Calle 6A Esquina Barrio Centro
Tel: 226 5303
313 289 0226
Email: tvplanadas@yahoo.es
Purificación
Liga de Televidentes y Servicios Comunitarios del Municipio de Purificación “Litepuri”
Carrera 4 No. 6 - 90
Tel: 228 0075
Email: litepuri@gmail.com
Rovira
Asociación de Copropietarios de la Antena Parabólica de Rovira Tolima
Carrera 2 Calle 4 Esquina
Tel: 098 822 0431
098 288 0784
Saldaña
Corporación TV Cable Saldaña "Cable Saldaña"
Calle 16 No. 14 - 103B Centro
Tel: 226 6140
Email: cablesaldana@hotmail.com
San Antonio
Asociación Comunitaria TV San Antonio "TV SAN ANTONIO"
Calle 6A No. 3- 51
Tel: 225 3324
321202 9370
Email: actvsan@hotmail.com
Venadillo
Asociación de Televisión de Venadillo "Asoteve"
240
241
Carrera 5 No. 7- 06
Tel: 098-284 1418
Email: asotevevenadillo@yahoo.es
098-284 1589
Villarica
Asociación de Televidentes de Villarrica "ASOTEVILLA"
Carrera 3 No. 3- 50
Tel: 315 305 3334
Email: asotevilla@hotmail.com
Valle del Cauca
Andalucía
Asociación parabólica Comunitaria Andalucía "Apca"
Carrera 5 No. 23-57
Tel: 223 5068
Email: apcatv@hotmail.com
Argelia (Valle del Cauca)
Asociación Antenas Parabólica Argelia TV ARGELIA
Calle 3 No. 3- 26
Tel : 311 732 8649
Email : tvargelia@hotmail.com
Buenaventura
Asociación Comunitaria Cable Mar
Carrera 65B No. 6- 63 Barrio Las Americas
Tel : 243 1895
Caicedonia
Asociación Centro de Acción Civica Y educativa "HERNANDO ALVAREZ CORREA"
Carrera 16 No. 6 - 29
Tel: 216 4449
216 5931
216 0445
Email: senalcaicedonia@hotmail.com
senalcaidedonia@yahoo.com
Cali
Asociación de Usuarios de Televisión Colectiva de la Comuna Dieciocho de
Santiago de Cali ASOCOM
Calle 4B No. 93 - 64 Barrio Melendez
Tel: 404 8231
Email: asocomtv@hotmail.com
asocontv@hotmail.com
Cali
Satélite Asociación Protelevidentes de la Comuna Uno "SAPTC1"
241
242
Calle 21 A oeste No 6-79 Terrón Colorado
Tel: 894 1374
Email: satelitesasociaciontvcomunitaria@hotmail.com
Cali
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de la Urbanización Ciudad 2000
"A.U.A.P." - Nueva Sigla: "ASUR TEVE"
Carrera 49B No. 42- 43 Barrio Mariano Ramos
Tel: 404 7107
Email: teleseñal2000@hotmail.com
Asociación de Televidentes del Corregimiento de Montebello y las Palmas
"ASOMONTEPALMAS"
Calle 11 oeste No. 42 - 04
Tel: 888 8663
Email: asomontepalma@hotmail.com
Cali
Liga de Televidentes y servicios comunitarios de los barrios Floralia, Brisas de
Álamos, Popular, Calima, La Base, La Flora, Vipasa, Salomia, Guabito, Los Andes
"TELESOCIAL"
Calle 28 No. 6 BIS N15
Tel: 682 3167
Cali
Asociación de Televidentes de la Comuna Catorce
Carrera 91 No. 27D - 10
Tel : 664 5030
Cali
Antena Parabólica de Felidia
Estación de Policía Corregimiento de Felidia
Tel: 394-9026
Email: miragrisa@hotmail.com
Cerrito
Asociación de Televidentes del Municipio de Cerrito
Carrera 4 No. 4-63
Tel: 256 7837
El Águila
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria de El Águila Valle
"Telecomunáguila"
Carrera 3 con calle 9 (Esquina)
Tel : 092 206 0207
092 206 6137
312 732 4382
Email : helderraigoza@hotmail.com
El Cairo
Cooperativa Multiactiva de El Cairo "Coocairo"
242
243
Carrera 5 Norte No. 5-15
Tel: 207 7220
Email: joshevgot@hotmail.com
El Dovio
Asociación Antena Parabólica Comunitaria El Dovio
Carrera 8 No. 10 - 50 Barrio El Carmen
Tel: 092 222 9450
Email: asoantenaparabolicaeldovio@hotmail.com
La Unión
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria de la Unión Valle UNITV
Sede Administrativa: Calle 14 No. 13 - 09 Cabecera: Calle 13 entre Carrera 16 - 17
Barrio la Cruz.
Tel : 316 403 6367
Email : unitvlaunionvalle@hotmail.com
La Victoria
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria de La Victoria Valle
"Televictoria"
Calle 8 No.5 - 03 /09
Tel: 220 2632
Email: televictoria@hotmail.com
Obando
Asociación de Copropietarios de Sistema Comunitario de Telecomunicaciones de
Obando "ASOCOTEL"
Calle 5 Carrera. 1 Esquina Coliseo Municipal
Tel : 092 205 3029
092 205 3689
Email : asocotelteve@hotmail.com
Palmira - Corregimiento de Rozo
Corporación de Servicios Comunitarios de Rozo "ROZO TV"
Calle 10 No. 14 A - 17
Tel : 316 482 6199
Restrepo
Asociación de Usuarios de la Antena Parabólica de Restrepo
Carrera 9 No. 12 -22
Tel: 252 2348
252 2797
Email: restrepotv@hotmail.com
Riofrío
Asociación Parabólica Comunitaria Tele-Salónica
Carrera 3 No. 5 -14 Corregimiento Salónica Valle
Tel: 260 224
Email: telesalonicavalle@hotmail.com
Riofrío
Asociación Cultural de Televidentes "T.V. Riofrío"
243
244
Carrera 9 No. 9 - 29
Tel: 314 821 5339
Email: asociacionculturaldetelevidentesriofrio@hotmail.com
Toro
Asociación de Televidentes Toro TV
Carrera 3 No. 7 - 11
Tel: 221 0875
312 250 5923
Email: mariagloria24@hotmail.com
312 718 7421
fedetevalle@yahoo.es
Trujillo
Asociación de Usuarios de Teletrujillo en Red Digital
Calle 26 No. 19-22
Tel: 321 811 4233
Email: asociaciondeusuariosdeteletrujilloenreddigital@hotmail.com
Tuluá
Junta de Acción Comunal de la Urbanización de Maracaibo
Sede Social entre manzanas 26 y 27
Tel: 231 5776
Tuluá - Corregimiento La Marina
Televisión Comunitaria La Marina "ASOCIADOS T.V.
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Carrera 6 con calle 5 parque principal
corregimiento la Marina
Tel: 226 0790
Email: asociadostv@hotmail.com
Tuluá
Asociación Comunitaria de Televisión por Cable de Aguaclara "Teleaguaclara"
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Vía Principal Aguaclara No. 26 - 46
Tel: 230 5431
Email: teleaguaclara013095@hotmail.com
Tuluá
Asociación Parabólica Telecable Cosmovisión
Calle 12B No. 27- 44 Carrera 28A No. 12 -30
Tel: 224 8858
Vijes
Asociación de Comunicadores de Vijes "Servi-Vijes"
Calle 10 No. 4 -20
Tel: 252 0354
Email: servi-vijes@hotmail.com
Yumbo
Asociación de Televidentes TV Yumbo "ATVYUMBO"
244
245
Calle 8 No. 3N - 24 Barrio Lleras
Tel: 690 5296
Email: atvyumbo@hotmail.com
Zarzal
Asociación de Copropietarios de Televisión Comunitaria "TV Zarzal"
Carrera 8 No. 9 - 70 Barrio Quindió
Tel: 220 6742
220 7941
312 752 6145
Email: tvzarzalcomuni@yahoo.es
fedetevalle@yahoo.es
Vaupés
Mitú
Asociación de Televidentes de Mitú "TV Mitú"
Calle 12 No.10 -11 Barrio Centro A.
Tel : 311 233 9595
Vichada
La Primavera
Corporación Social e Integral de la Primavera Corsoprim Sigla: Corsoprim
Sede Administrativa y Cabecera: Calle 8A No. 6 -80 barrio Bello Horizonte
Tel: 321 203 0629
245