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TV channels from Honduras - web TV
Channel NameLive?Information
.45TVLive45TV is an independant local TV channel broadcasting from San Pedro Sula. The channel was founded in 2004. It offers local news and programming.
.Abriendo BrechaLiveAbriendo Brecha is National TV channel offering national and economical news, politics, sports and discussion TV shows. The channel was launched in 1988.
.Campus TVLiveCampus TV was founded in 2008 by the University of San Pedro Sula. The channel provides News, Entertainment, Education, Culture, Documentaries and even more.
.Canal 6LiveCanal 6 is a television station in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. It provides mainly News programming. It has been broadcasting since 1977.
.Globo TVLiveGlobo TV is an Informative and current affairs TV channel based in Tegucigalpa, the Capital of Honduras.
.HCH Hable Como HableLiveHCH Hable Como Hable is a News and Informative TV channel based in Tegucigalpa, the Capital of Honduras. HCH's vision is to break with the monopoly of media in Honduras.
.Iglesia de Cristo EbenezerLiveIglesia de Cristo Ebenezer is a Christian TV channel. The Ebenezer Ministry in Honduras began with the coming of the German Ponce Pastor and his family in March 1994, they moved from Guatemala obeying God's call and sending the Apostle Sergio Enriquez.
.Maya TVLiveMaya TV Canal 66 is part of the Maya Maya Media Group. It offers live news and informative programs from Honduras.
.Teleceiba Canal 7LiveTeleceiba Canal 7 is a local TV channel based in La Ceiba a port city on the northern coast of Honduras in the province of, Atlantida. It offers a varied programming including local news and sports. Media Player is required to watch this channel.
.TeleProgresoLiveTeleProgreso is a regional TV channel based in El Progreso, located in the Honduran department of Yoro. The TV channek was founded in 2004. TeleProgreso also produces many live programs and these are aired throughout the country.
Honduras Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
multiple privately owned terrestrial TV networks, supplemented by multiple cable TV networks; Radio Honduras is the lone government-owned radio network; roughly 300 privately owned radio stations (2007)
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