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TV Aratu was launched in 1969 as a [[Rede Globo]] affiliate.
 
TV Aratu was launched in 1969 as a [[Rede Globo]] affiliate.
   
===1972-1987 ([[Rede Globo]])===
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===1972-1987 ===
[[File:Aratu 1973?.png|center|276px]]
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[[File:Aratu 10 anos.PNG|center|196px|Special logo used for the 10 years of the channel.]]
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Aratu 1973?.png
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Tvgloboaratu.jpg
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Aratu 10 anos.PNG
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</gallery>
   
 
===1987-1995 ([[Rede Manchete|Manchete]])===
 
===1987-1995 ([[Rede Manchete|Manchete]])===
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Once again, in 1997 Aratu changed affiliation from CNT to [[SBT]] and also reverted to its original name.
 
Once again, in 1997 Aratu changed affiliation from CNT to [[SBT]] and also reverted to its original name.
   
====2004-2008 ([[SBT]])====
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====2004-2008====
 
[[File:TV Aratu 2004.png|center|228px]]
 
[[File:TV Aratu 2004.png|center|228px]]
   
===2008-present ([[SBT]])===
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===2008-2014===
====2008-2014====
 
 
[[File:TV Aratu.jpg|center|179px]]
 
[[File:TV Aratu.jpg|center|179px]]
   

Latest revision as of 15:26, May 21, 2020

TV Aratu (also known as SBT Bahia), is a television channel with headquarters in Salvador, the capital of the state of Bahia.

TV Aratu (first era) Edit

1969-1972 (Rede Globo)Edit

Aratu 1969

TV Aratu was launched in 1969 as a Rede Globo affiliate.

1972-1987 Edit

1987-1995 (Manchete)Edit

TV Aratu 1987

CNT Aratu Edit

1995-1997 (CNT)Edit

CNT Aratu 1995

TV Aratu changed affiliation again from Manchete to CNT, becoming as so CNT Aratu.

TV Aratu (second era) Edit

1997-2008 (SBT)Edit

1997-2004Edit

TV Aratu 2000s

Once again, in 1997 Aratu changed affiliation from CNT to SBT and also reverted to its original name.

2004-2008Edit

TV Aratu 2004

2008-2014Edit

TV Aratu

2014-presentEdit

Aratu


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