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By valuing History, present and future, RBS TV is part of people’s daily life in Rio Grande do Sul. We believe that we can build tomorrow by telling today’s stories with journalism and entertainment. We are pioneers of the regional model of television in Brazil along with Rede Globo, being the chain’s oldest affiliate. Globo, one of the most awarded and celebrated TV chains in Brazil, covers 98,8% of its States, available in 497 cities and with more than 11,1 millions of spectators. With a pulverized distribution model, RBS TV allows a better quality signal to all regions of the Rio Grande do Sul State.

RBS TV was founded on December 29, 1962, when TV Gaúcha, channel 12 in Porto Alegre, first got on air. In 1967, TV Gaúcha affiliated to Globo network. In 1969, the first Grupo RBS’s inland TV stations in Rio Grande do Sul: TV Imembuí, in Santa Maria, and TV Caxias, channel 8 in Caxias do Sul. TV Tuiuti, in Pelotas, got on air in 1972, same year in which Jornal do Almoço, the company’s main news program was released. The acronym RBS TV (Rede Brasil Sul de Televisão) started being used in 1979.

RBS TV has stations in 12 Rio Grande do Sul cities: Porto Alegre, Bagé, Caxias do Sul, Cruz Alta, Erechim, Passo Fundo, Pelotas, Rio Grande, Santa Cruz do Sul, Santa Maria, Santa Rosa e Uruguaiana.

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  • RBS TV newsroom in Rio Grande do Sul. RBS TV newsroom in Rio Grande do Sul.
  • Sport show Globo Esporte’s backstage with host Alice Bastos Neves Sport show Globo Esporte’s backstage with host Alice Bastos Neves
  • Maurício Saraiva, Globo Esporte’s commentator Maurício Saraiva, Globo Esporte’s commentator
  • 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
  • RBS TV’s switch in RIo Grande do Sul RBS TV’s switch in RIo Grande do Sul
  • Cristina Ranzolin, Jornal do Almoço’s host. Cristina Ranzolin, Jornal do Almoço’s host.
  • Shana Müller and Neto Fagundes, state folklore show Galpão Crioulo’s hosts. Shana Müller and Neto Fagundes, state folklore show Galpão Crioulo’s hosts.