Telebocon born in 1979, considered the first Venezuelan community television channel, located in the State of Trujillo. The regional television channels were created in the fifties had a short-lived as independent before joining the chains with headquarters in Caracas, there would be no more concessions to regional channels until 1982 when it began commercial operations Televisora Andina de M rida, a Amavisi n years later and these would follow a number of other television stations since the late eighties including Telecaribe Televisora Tachira Regional Television and Boys Choir.In 1986, allows the installation of companies to broadcast foreign television via satellite dishes to receive satellite signals, a year after it was founded Omnivision, first subscription television channel to broadcast using the radio spectrum and using a MMDS system ( Multichannel Multipoint Distribution System), varied program of the main international channels. The fifth television channel with national coverage, Televen, founded in 1988, entering into commercial competition with the station RCTV and Venevision. From 1976 until 1998 the Venezuelan state had only two national TV channels but with the wrong financing thereof TVN signal was changed from 1992 to 1998 together with the VTV.Born in the nineties and specialized television stations targeted at specific audiences: Globovisi n (1994), news channel, Bravo TV (1995) (then and now Puma TV Channel I) dedicated to music videos, Meridiano TV (1997), and sports channel Vale TV (1998) devoted to science and culture whose signal occupies the National Television broadcasts finally stops that year. In 2007 comes Sun Channel, tourist, and equally, under the auspices of the Venezuelan peri dioo in English, The Daily Journal, the News Channel, which closed its doors early to mid 2008. Since 1998 the Venezuelan state had only one television channel, and then in 2002 the government decided to launch the station ViVe (2003), and Telesur (2005) also support and fund a network of community TV stations as well as belonging to Avila TV city of Caracas.