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Coordinates: 23°31′17″S 46°45′47″W / 23.521460°S 46.763165°W / -23.521460; -46.763165

TypeFree-to-air television network
FoundedNovember 15, 1999; 19 years ago (1999-11-15)
by Amilcare Dallevo and Marcelo de Carvalho
SloganA rede de TV que mais cresce no Brasil
TV stations
  • RedeTV! Belo Horizonte
  • RedeTV! Fortaleza
  • RedeTV! Recife
  • RedeTV! Rio de Janeiro
  • RedeTV! São Paulo
0.5 points (2016)
RevenueR$400 million (2016)
HeadquartersCentro Digital de Televisão, Osasco, São Paulo, Brazil
OwnerGrupo Amilcare Dallevo
Grupo Marcelo de Carvalho
Key people
Amilcare Dallevo, Marcelo de Carvalho
Launch date
May 1999 (as TV!; test broadcast)
November 15, 1999 (official launch; as RedeTV!)
Former names
TV Ômega Ltda.
Channel 29 (São Paulo)
Channel 34 (Fortaleza)
Channel 25 (Belo Horizonte)
Channel 21 (Rio de Janeiro)
Channel 19 (Recife)
Picture format
WebcastWatch Live
Official website
ReplacedRede Manchete

RedeTV! is a Brazilian television network, owned by Amilcare Dallevo and Marcelo de Carvalho. RedeTV! has modern production plants, located in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Recife and Fortaleza. RedeTV! is headquartered in the CTD - Centro de Televisão Digital (Digital Television Center, in English), located in Osasco, a suburb of São Paulo, where its news division is based.[1] It is the newest television network, among the five major networks in Brazil, being a relaunch of Rede Manchete in 1999. It was the first network worldwide to be broadcast in 3D.

RedeTV!'s car


RedeTV! Microphone

On May 8, 1999, Rede Manchete's license was sold to TeleTV Group; that network ceased operations two days later. RedeTV! would begin test broadcasts later that month as TV!, and temporarily aired several of Rede Manchete's programs and a modified version of its daily newscast. On November 12, 1999, the network's test broadcasts were replaced with a countdown clock to its official launch. RedeTV! officially commenced broadcasting at 7:00 am on November 15, 1999.[2]

RedeTV!'s principal shows are Encrenca, the program of greater audience of the transmitter, A Tarde é Sua, an afternoon variety show hosted by Sônia Abrão, Superpop, an entertainment program and TV Fama, a program about celebrities.[3][4] It was responsible for the Brazilian version of Desperate Housewives, Donas de Casa Desesperadas, series exhibited in 2007.[5] The TV programming is directed mostly to the entertainment, with comedy, talk shows, soap operas, audience shows, journalism, sports, TV series and feminine showbiz.

RedeTV! was the first Brazilian network to produce all of its original programming in high definition.[6]

In September 2009, RedeTV! changed its facilities Barueri for the Centro de Televisão Digital (CTD) in Osasco (SP).[7] Despite having changed its headquarters to the Centro de Televisão Digital (CTD) in September, the official inauguration of the center was on the 13th of November, being celebrated with a big party and with the participation of politicians, businessmen and artists such as Luciana Gimenez, Iris Stefanelli and Supla, in addition to President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.[8][9]

In May 2010, Pânico na TV became the first show in the world to do a live 3D transmission in a free-to-pay channel.[10]

In 2011, when TeleTV Group was closed, management of RedeTV! now belongs to Amilcare Dallevo Jr. and Marcelo de Carvalho, which is now owned by their own groups.

Centers and affiliatesEdit

RedeTV! has five stations owned and 32 affiliated stations throughout Brazil, totaling 37 stations that rebroadcast the signal from it.[11]

Osasco (São Paulo)
RedeTV! SP - Analogue Channel 09 / Digital Channel 29
Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro)
RedeTV! RJ - Analogue Channel 6 / Digital Channel 21
Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais)
RedeTV! MG - Analogue Channel 4 / Digital Channel 25
Recife (Pernambuco)
RedeTV! PE - Analogue Channel 6 / Digital Channel 19
Fortaleza (Ceará)
RedeTV! CE - Analogue Channel 2 / Digital Channel 34

Affiliates stationsEdit




  • RedeTV! AM - Manaus - Channel 18

Distrito Federal

Espírito Santo



  • TV Capital - Imperatriz - Channel 5
  • TV São Mateus - São Mateus - Channel 7
  • TV São Luís - São Luís - Channel 8

Mato Grosso




  • TV Cidade Sul - Campo Mourão - Channel 17
  • TV Sudoeste - Pato Branco - Channel 7



Rio Grande do Norte

  • S!M TV - Natal - Channel 17

Rio Grande do Sul




  • TV Cidade - Aracaju - Channel 48 LigTV/20 NET


Network slogansEdit

  • 1999-2001: A nova rede de TV do Brasil. (The new TV network in Brazil.)
  • 2001-2008, 2017-present: A Rede de TV que mais cresce no Brasil. (Brazil's fastest growing TV network.)
  • 2008-2009: Quem vê, já sabe. (Who watches it, already knows it.)
  • 2009-2017 : Em rede com você. (Network with you.)
  • 2011: Primeira em tecnologia HD 3D. (First in HD-3D technology.)

RedeTV! showsEdit


Amilcare Dallevo RedeTV! president





  1. ^ (in Portuguese) : Centrais de Produção RedeTV! INSTITUCIONAL. Retrieved on 2009-09-26.
  2. ^ (in Portuguese) Rede TV! Archived 2009-03-21 at the Wayback Machine PORTAL PRÓ-TV. Retrieved on 2009-08-23.
  3. ^ (in Portuguese) Acesse o Site do TvFama Mundo das Notícias. Retrieved on 2009-09-09.
  4. ^ (in Portuguese) Super pop Sobre o Super pop Tudo em Foco. Retrieved on 2009-09-09.
  5. ^ (in Portuguese) Estréia de Donas de Casa Desesperadas dá 5 pontos à RedeTV! oFuxico. Retrieved on 2009-09-09.
  6. ^ (in Portuguese) TV digital estréia em BH e RJ, com transmissão da Rede TV! IDG NOW!. Retrieved on 2009-09-08.
  7. ^ (in Portuguese) Rede TV! de casa nova FOLHA DA REGIÃO. Retrieved on 2009-09-26.
  8. ^ (in Portuguese) Presidente Lula participa das comemorações dos 10 anos da RedeTV O Repórter. (November, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-11-16.
  9. ^ (in Portuguese) Presidente Lula na festa da Rede TV! Portal CARAS. (November, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-11-16.
  10. ^ Another ‘world first’ for 3D Archived 2012-08-22 at the Wayback Machine Rapid TVNews. (May, 2010). Retrieved on 2010-05-24.
  11. ^ (in Portuguese) Conheça a cobertura geográfica das emissoras da Rede TV! ATLAS DE COBERTURA. Retrieved on 2009-09-09.

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