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was a television network broadcasted by Rede Tupi de Televisão. It was founded on September 18, 1950 by Assis Chateaubriand as the first in Brazil and South America, and was defunct on July 18, 1980 under the brazilian dictatorship of João Figueiredo.
Rede Tupi de Televisão
Due to an economic crisis, Rede Tupi ceased broadcasting on July 18, 1980. This logo, during that day, was shown in blue, green and yellow (the colors of the Brazilian flag) rather than Blue, Red and Green, and was outlined. Tupi's channels were later divided into two groups. TV Tupi São Paulo and Porto Alegre were given to Silvio Santo's TVS Rio de Janeiro to create SBT in 1981. The other channels (plus TV Excelsior’s old São Paulo channel) were used to form Rede Manchete (now RedeTV!) in 1983.
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1Currently owned by Grupo RBS.