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24 Horas
Logo TVE-24h.svg
Launched 15 September 1997; 20 years ago (1997-09-15)
Network TVE
Owned by RTVE
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
Slogan "Conectados al mundo."
(Connected to the world.)
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Spain
Portugal
Headquarters Torrespaña, Madrid, Spain
Sister channel(s) La 1
La 2
Clan
Teledeporte
TVE Internacional
Star TVE HD
Website RTVE
Availability
Satellite
Astra 1M (Europe) 11627 V / 22000 / 5/6
NOS (Portugal) Channel 212
MEO (Portugal) Channel 211
Cable
UPC Switzerland (Switzerland) Channel 631 (SD)
NOS (Portugal) Channel 212
Kabel Deutschland (Germany) Channel 872 (SD)
Unitymedia (Germany) Channel 493 (SD)
NetCologne (Germany) Channel 520 (SD)
Charter Spectrum (USA) Channel 836
IPTV
MEO (Portugal) Channel 211
Streaming media
RTVE website Watch live

24 Horas (Spanish pronunciation: [bejntiˈkwatɾo ˈoɾas], 24 Hour) is the first and only Spanish 24-hour nationwide news channel, having launched on Monday 15 September 1997.

The channel produces news output and factual programmes for La 1, La 2 and TVE Internacional, and simulcasts most domestic news programmes aired on La 1.

Distribution[edit]

It was initially available on the Vía Digital digital satellite package on the Hispasat satellite at 30° West, and was encrypted, and thus mainly aimed to Spain, although it could also be seen simulcasted by TVE Internacional at certain times of the day. However, it eventually started simulcasting on the Eutelsat Hot Bird and SES Astra satellite system in the clear, moving later to free-to-air digital transmissions on the same satellite at a later date.

Currently, the channel is available on the Astra 1KR and Hispasat 1D satellites at 19.2°E and 30°W respectively as part of the Digital + package for Spain only, on the Eutelsat Hot Bird 2 satellite at 13°E for the whole of Europe, and the Hispasat 1C satellite at 30°W for the Americas until March 2006. Afterwards it will only be possible to receive TVE through Spanish packages offered by Dish Network and DirectTV in the Americas.

Since November 2005, it has also been available on digital terrestrial television in Spain. La 1 simulcasts the channel between 04:00 or 05:00 (local time) and 06:30. During the public holidays or the summer break, it simulcasts until 10:05 the following day.

In Europe, it was available free-to-air on Eutelsat Hot Bird 13° East until March 2014. Due to economic reasons, it moved its satellite distribution for Europe to Astra 19.2°E as of January 2014 alongside with TVE Internacional and the RTVE radios (RNE Radio Nacional, RNE Radio Clásica, RNE Radio 3, RNE Ràdio 4, RNE Radio 5, Radio Exterior).

Presenters[edit]

La mañana en 24h (weekdays 10 am – 3 pm)[edit]

  • Ángeles Bravo
  • Alex Barreiro
  • Jerónimo Fernández-Pachón
  • Olga Lambea
  • Silvia Laplana (weather)

La tarde en 24h (weekdays 5 – 8:35 pm)[edit]

  • Emilio De Andrés
  • Ana Belén Roy
  • Isabel Zubiaurre (weather)

La noche en 24h (weekdays 10:30 pm – 12:05 am)[edit]

  • Víctor Arribas
  • Lara Siscar
  • Pepe Hervás (culture)
  • Ana de Roqu (weather)

Weekday Overnight (1 – 2 am and then repeat until 6:30 am)[edit]

  • Paula Sainz-Pardo
  • Ana de Roque (weather)

Weekend Morning (8 – 8:30 am and 9 am – 2:30 pm)[edit]

  • Beatriz Pérez-Aranda
  • Mercedes Martel

Weekend Afternoon (5 – 8:30 pm)[edit]

  • Marta Ventura

Weekend Overnight (11 pm – 2 am and then repeat until 6:30 am)[edit]

  • Martin Barreiro
  • Jesus Amor (weather)

Branding[edit]

Canal 24 Horas 1997.svg TVE Canal 24 Horas.png Logo TVE-24h.svg
September 1997 – November 2005 November 2005 – September 2008 September 2008–present

External links[edit]

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