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Contents

1960–1964 (Guayaquil) 1960-1973 (Quito) 1964–1965 (Guayaquil) 1965–1970 (Guayaquil) 1970–1979 (Guayaquil) 1979–1987 (Guayaquil)
1960–1964 (Guayaquil) 1960-1973 (Quito) 1964–1965 (Guayaquil) 1965–1970 (Guayaquil) 1970–1979 (Guayaquil) 1979–1987 (Guayaquil)
1987–1989 (Guayaquil) 1989–1990 (Guayaquil) 1990–1995 1995–2005 2005–2006 2006–present
1987–1989 (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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1964–1965

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Telecuador Canal 6 de Quito

1960–1973

Teletortuga

1965–1970

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Telecuador Guayaquil (1970-1973) & Telecuatro Guayaquil (1973-1990)

1970–1979

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1979–1987

1987–1989

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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, 1990–1995 (alternate)

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This logo was also used in Telesistema TV4 era, with the word Telesistema"

Telesistema TV 4 (1990-1992) & Telesistema (1992-2005)

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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