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Cuatro ("Four") is a Spanishmarker private television channel, on air since November 2005. Owned by Sogecable, it is broadcast on the TV frequencies licensed to that company in 1990 and previously used by Sogecable for the analogue transmission of its pay-per-view channel Canal+.

History

In 2006, Cuatro scored a massive coup by striking a deal with the Spanish Football Federation and Spain's national football team allowing it to show all of the team's matches, and it also concluded an agreement with rival channel La Sexta to share the rights to broadcast the games of general interest in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. It snatched this licence from TVE, who had held the rights to the national team's matches for years. In 2008, together with satellite platform Digital+, owned by the same company, Cuatro secured the rights to broadcast the UEFA Euro 2008 championship, scoring the highest ratings in the history of Spanish television (since 1992). The 2 broadcasters also achieved rights for 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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Series

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Foreign

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Animation



Reality

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Docu Shows

Current series

  • 21 Días ( ).
  • Callejeros ( ).
  • Callejeros Viajeros ( ). Spin-off of "Callejeros".
  • Desafío Extremo ( ).
  • El Último Superviviente (Man vs. Wild) The British TV show dubbed in Spanish.


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