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Mix TV

Mix TV
Type Broadcast television network
Country Brazil
First air date
January 21, 2005 (2005-01-21)
Availability National
Slogan O melhor Mix do Brasil
Owner João Carlos di Genio
Former names
TV Jovem Pan
CBI
RBI
Channel 127
Channel 141
Channel 234 (satellite)
Channel 12 (cable)
Channel 707
NET
Channel 12 (Santos)
Channel 22 (Brasília)
Affiliates See List of Mix TV affiliates
Official website
.br.com.mixtvwww

Mix TV is a Brazilian broadcast televisionmusic channel aimed at young people. The channel is owned by Grupo Mix de Comunicação, which also owns the Mix FM radio station. Mix TV is run by Fernando di Genio Barbosa and first aired in January 2005.

Contents

  • History 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The station was began as TV Jovem Pan, funded in 1991, by entrepreneurs Antônio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho, owner of Rádio Jovem Pan and Hamilton Lucas de Oliveira, owner of IBF (Indústria Brasileira de Formulários). Oliveira had previously been involved in the defunct network Manchete.

The station was renamed as Mix TV with the idea that it would be a television version of the Mix FM radio station, which first started in 1995.

In 2009, the station expanded its programming, including new shows like Hip Hop Mix, Hot Clipes, Insight and Banda X Banda.

In the same year, three new VJs began presenting on the channel: Julie, followed by Xis and Max Fivelinha.

See also

References

External links

  • Official website (Portuguese)
  • Mix TV's channel on YouTube
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