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Contents

1960–1964 (Guayaquil) 1961-1970 (Quito) 1964–1970 (Guayaquil) 1965–1972 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Quito) 1973–1979 (Guayaquil)
1960–1964 (Guayaquil) 1961-1970 (Quito) 1964–1970 (Guayaquil) 1965–1972 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Guayaquil) 1970–1973 (Quito) 1973–1979 (Guayaquil)
1979–1984 (Guayaquil) 1984–1989 (Guayaquil) 1989–1990 (Guayaquil) 1990–1995 1995–2005 2005–2006 2006–present
1979–1984 (Guayaquil) 1984–1989 (Guayaquil) 1989–1990 (Guayaquil) 1990–1995 1995–2005 2005–2006 2006–present


Primera Televisión Ecuatoriana Canal 4 de Guayaquil (PTVE)

1960–1964

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1964–1970

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HJCB TV Canal 6 de Quito

1961–1970

Teletortuga

1965–1973

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Telecuador

1970–1973 (Guayaquil)

1970–1973 (Quito)

Telecuatro Guayaquil

1973-1979

1979-1984

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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Telesistema

1990–1995

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1995–2005

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Red TeleSistema

2005–2006

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RTS

2006–present

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