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TV Tupi São Paulo was a television station owned by Rede Tupi de Televisão - and the first in Brazil & South America - founded on September 18, 1950 by Assis Chateaubriand, and shut down on July 18, 1980.

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1950

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TV Tupi São Paulo

1950-1972

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195?-1960

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Other stations owned by Diários Associados used a similar design.

1960-1972

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In 1960, the station moved to channel 4 to avoid interferences with TV Cultura. The move to channel 4 had already been planned for a number of years, ever since when the initial bidder for the channel 2 frequency was TV Gazeta.

1972-1978

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1977

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1978

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1978-1980

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See also

ZYB 855
Channel 4
(São Paulo)
TVS Canal 4
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