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Contents

1960–1964 (Guayaquil) 1961-1970 (Quito) 1964–1970 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Quito) 1973–1979 1979–1984
1960–1964 (Guayaquil) 1961-1970 (Quito) 1964–1970 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Quito) 1973–1979 1979–1984
1984–1989 1989–1990 1990–1995 1995–2005 2005–2006 2006–present
1984–1989 1989–1990 1990–1995 1995–2005 2005–2006 2006–present

Primera Televisión Ecuatoriana (PTVE)

1960–1964

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The first-ever television station in Ecuador was launched on channel 4 in Guayaquil in 1960.

Telecuador

Different names had been used at the time, with "Telecuador" being the most common.

1961–1970 (Quito)

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In 1961, channel 6 in Quito (HJCB-TV) was formed.

1964–1970 (Guayaquil)

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1970–1973 (Guayaquil)

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During this period, the channels were run by Norlop and ABC. In 1972, the channels were spun-off from both Norlop and ABC and remained owned indepedently until 2007.

1970–1973 (Quito)

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In 1973, the Quito channel was shut down.

Telecuatro Guayaquil

1973-1979

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1979-1984

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1984–1989

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This logo is similar to the one used by then-CBS affiliate WTVJ (also on channel 4, now an NBC owned-and-operated station on channel 6) in Miami, Florida.

1989–1990

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In 1989, the channel started broadcasting in stereo.

TeleSistema

In 1990, Telecuatro was renamed to TeleSistema as the channel expanded nationwide before the name changed.

1990–1995

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In 1993, Telecuatro Guayaquil would merge with ORTEL (owned by Albavisión) which led to TeleSistema returing to Quito on channel 5.

1995–2005

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RedTeleSistema

2005–2006

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In 2005, the channel was renamed to RedTeleSistema to fit with the rise of nationwide coverage.

RTS

2006–present

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By 2006, the acronym RTS started to be used solely.


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