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Canal 24 Horas is a Spanish free-to-air television channel owned and operated by Televisión Española (TVE), the television division of the public public broadcaster Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE). It is the company's 24-hour news television channel and is known for its 24-hour 24-hour news service and live coverage of breaking news.
It was launched on September 15, 1997 as the first 24-hour continuous television news service in Spain. It was the only one until January 27, 1999, when CNN+ began broadcasting. When CNN+ ceased transmissions on December 28, 2010, Canal 24 Horas became the only continuous national television news service.
It currently broadcasts free-to-air via satellite in Europe (through Eutelsat) and America (through Hispasat 30W-5 and Intelsat 11 in Band C). In Spain, in addition to free-to-air terrestrial broadcasting, it is available on pay TV platforms (satellite, cable and IPTV) such as Movistar+, Vodafone TV and Orange TV. It is also broadcast on the Internet as live streaming on its official website; likewise, its programming is available on demand through the RTVE Play service. In addition, in 2013 it launched the complementary Internet-only information channel +24 (plus twenty-four), which streams up to 5 signals simultaneously.