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Through the valorization of history, the present and the future, RBS TV is part of the gauchos’ daily life. We believe that by telling the stories of today, with journalism and entertainment, we will build tomorrow. We are pioneers in the regional model of television in Brazil together with Rede Globo, being its oldest affiliate. The station, one of the most awarded in the country, has a coverage of 98.8% of the state, reaching 497 municipalities and more than 11.2 million viewers. With a sprayed distribution model, RBS TV allows the signal to arrive with higher quality to all RS regions.

RBS TV was founded on December 29, 1962, when TV Gaúcha, channel 12 of Porto Alegre, came on the air. In 1967, TV Gaúcha was affiliated to Rede Globo. In 1969, the first television broadcasters of the RBS Group in the interior of Rio Grande do Sul began to air: TV Imembuí, from Santa Maria, and TV Caxias, channel 8 of Caxias do Sul. TV Tuiuti de Pelotas in the air in 1972, the same year in which the main program of the station, the Jornal do Almoço, premiered. The name RBS TV (Rede Brasil Sul de Televisão) began to be used in 1979.

In all, there are 12 broadcasters that compose RBS TV in the state of Rio Grande do Sul: Porto Alegre, Bagé, Caxias do Sul, Cruz Alta, Erechim, Passo Fundo, Pelotas, Rio Grande, Santa Cruz do Sul, Santa Maria, Santa Rosa and Uruguaiana.

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  • Simone Lazzari, Josmar Leite and Daniela Ungaretti at Bom Dia Rio Grande Simone Lazzari, Josmar Leite and Daniela Ungaretti at Bom Dia Rio Grande
  • Cristina Ranzolin and Brunna Colossi, at Jornal do Almoço Cristina Ranzolin and Brunna Colossi, at Jornal do Almoço
  • Behind the shooting of news program Jornal do Almoço Behind the shooting of news program Jornal do Almoço
  • Behind the shooting of news program Jornal do Almoço Behind the shooting of news program Jornal do Almoço
  • Eloi Zorzetto and Carla Fachim at RBS Notícias Eloi Zorzetto and Carla Fachim at RBS Notícias
  • Shana Müller and Neto Fagundes, state folklore show Galpão Crioulo’s hosts. Shana Müller and Neto Fagundes, state folklore show Galpão Crioulo’s hosts.