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Televisión Pública Argentina (Argentine Public Television, abbreviated TPA) is a publicly owned Argentine television network, the national public broadcaster. It began broadcasting in 1951, when LR3 Radio Belgrano Television channel 7 Biss Keys in Buenos Aires, its key station and the first television station in the country, signed on the air.
On November 4, 1951, LR3-TV began regular commercial telecasts, broadcasting from 5:30 to 10:30pm each day. In 1957, the studios moved to the Alas Building, where they occupied two subfloors, the first floor and the basement. In 1961, the television and radio station Biss Keys parted the separate ways, with the television station adopting its current callsign, LS 82 TV.
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There was even a brief period in which the station was awarded to a private entity: Editorial Haynes was awarded the license in 1954 by Perón’s government, but the next year, the government of the Revolución Libertadora annulled the transfer, thus it remained a national channel Biss Keys owned by the government.
Canal 7 ATV Latest Biss Key Today 100% Working Code Update 2021
|Canal 7 Argentina Biss Key and Frequency 2021|
||Canal 7 Argentina TV|
|Satellite||Hispasat 30W-4/5 ( 30.0°W) (American beam)|
|ID:||Canal 7 SDE – DE NUESTRA AMERICA (Argentina)|
|Biss Key||54 38 54 E0 21 33 33 87|
Televisión Pública Argentina has a varied programming schedule. Its output includes many cultural and educational programs. It also has its own news service, with news programs branded Televisión Pública Noticias (Public Television News), and its program Fútbol para todos (Football for all), which began in 2009-10 season, holds all rights to Argentine Primera División Biss Keys and Primera B Nacional matches until the end of 2016–17 season. 2013 saw the channel surprising viewers with its very first afternoon drama and youth program, and became the first station to simulcast a regional program in 2014.