The Rede InterTV (InterTV Network) is a network of television stations affiliated with the Brazilian network, TV Globo. It operates in three states of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Norte, reaching 505 municipalities and 11 million viewers.
|Headquarters||Norte and Serra Fluminense, Região Dos Lagos, North and East of Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Norte|
In 2003, TV stations TV Alto Litoral in Cabo Frio, TV Serra+Mar in Nova Friburgo and TV Grande Minas in Montes Claros joined together to form the Rede InterTV. Before that, the stations were "independent", i.e. not formed a regional network.
In 2009, InterTV launched its website.
In 2012 local versions G1 and Globoesporte.com for InterTV TV stations were launched.
- Rio de Janeiro
- InterTV Serra+Mar is based in Nova Friburgo, broadcasting to 19 cities in the mountainous region of the state, some important cities covered by InterTV Serra+Mar are Petrópolis and Teresópolis.
- InterTV Alto Litoral based in Cabo Frio, transmits to the municipalities of Região dos Lagos (Maricá, Saquarema, Araruama, Rio Bonito, Silva Jardim, São Pedro da Aldeia, Iguaba Grande, Armação dos Búzios and Arraial do Cabo) and the Norte Fluminense (Conceição de Macabu, Casimiro de Abreu, Rio das Ostras, Macaé and Quissamã).
- InterTV Planície is based on Campos dos Goytacazes, covering 16 municipalities in the North-West of the state as São Francisco de Itabapoana, São Fidélis, São João da Barra and Itaperuna.
- Minas Gerais
- Rio Grande do Norte