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América tvGO, es la aplicación oficial de América Televisión donde podrás disfrutar de toda nuestra programación a través de tu dispositivo móvil.

La aplicación te permite ver la transmisión en VIVO y además podrás ver todos los capitulos anteriores en alta definición de nuestras principales producciones, tanto las que están al aire como las temporadas pasadas, a través de nuestra biblioteca de contenido On Demand (VOD).

Explora las funciones interactivas de la aplicación y la integración con redes sociales. Estaremos publicando nuevas versiones con mucho mas novedades frecuentemente.

Version 2.2.27

Correcciones generales y de rendimiento.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

4.1K Ratings

Works great but needs to update

I love it ! Has been working great for me but my only issue with it is that this app isn’t available on Apple TV ! Come on ! Update it so it works on other Apple devices.

Can only watch while in Peru

This is awful. I wanted to watch my favorite Peruvian show so I bought a subscription to this app only to realize that it will only work in Peru. When I called them to ask that the order be cancelled, they refused to give me a refund. To make matters worse, before realizing it will only work in Peru, I paid twice thinking the first payment didn’t go through but it did and they even refused to refund the second payment that was made in error. This app stinks! I’d give it no stars if I could.

Love it when it works

Sorry to say that for a year and a half I didn’t have any issues but now during Copa America it doesn’t work. It recicles to home page and will not go to live tv. Worse of all, nobody cares. I’ve written several messages complaining and asking for solutions but have not received any response. It’s like nobody cares or nobody monitors the app. I’ve already paid for the entire year but I’m canceling and deleted the application.

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Compania Peruana De Radiodifusion S.A.

67 MB


Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.

English, Spanish

Age Rating
12+ Infrequent/Mild Realistic ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive ThemesInfrequent/Mild Sexual Content and NudityInfrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or ReferencesInfrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude HumorInfrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information

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América Televisión

Peruvian broadcast television network

This article is about the Peruvian television network. It is not to be confused with American television or América TV.

América Televisión is a Peruvian television network, founded in 1958. The network is owned by Plural TV, which is a joint venture of the El Comercio and La República daily newspapers. It was the second television channel to be founded in Peru, the first commercial station with regular broadcasts, and Peru's highest-rated network.



The origins of América Televisión reach back to 1942, with the formation of the first privately backed radio network in Peru, Compañía Peruana de Radiodifusión, S.A. (Peruvian Broadcasting Company). Among the original stations was Radio América 94.3, which would eventually be owned by Antonio Umbert and Nicanor González Vásquez.

In early 1955, Umbert and González received a license to broadcast on television channel 4, and using RCA equipment from the United States and after intense work to construct the facilities, Radio América TV, callsign OAY-4D, began transmissions on Monday, December 15, 1958, at 18:15. Attending the first broadcast was then-Peruvian president Manuel Prado Ugarteche. Among the early programs were the first live broadcast, a football match from the Estadio Nacional de Lima, and the first fiction program on Peruvian television, Bar Cristal, which debuted in 1959.

In the 1960s, Arturo Pomar became the anchor of América's news programs.

The 1970s: World Cups and nationalization[edit]

The 1970s for channel 4 in Lima were a turbulent time. While the station carried both the 1970 and 1978 World Cups, in which the Peruvian national team was highly competitive, and the station added a news program in Quechua in the early 1970s (before its revival as an official language of the country), a major change came about when the military government of the time expropriated 51% of the shares in the station. Juan Velasco Alvarado's government created the state company Telecentro, which took over management of then C4 Television (renamed América in 1978) and its chief rival, Panamericana Televisión.

The 1970s also saw an introduction of color telecasts, in time for the 1978 World Cup, which was seen in color in Lima and some provinces, such as Tacna. In 1980, with the end of the military dictatorship, Telecentro was abolished.

One of the best dramas of the decade was 1972's El Adorable Profesor Aldao, which catapulted Yola Polastri to stardom.

The 1980s[edit]

In the 1980s, América continued its success. Programs like El Chavo del Ocho and other animated imports—ThunderCats, My Little Pony and He-Man among them—were major ratings winners, while Tulio Loza and Pablo de Madalengoitia became popular personalities. Its coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics from Seoul included every game of the Peruvian women's volleyball team, which achieved a silver-medal finish. In 1988, to celebrate its 30th anniversary, the channel inaugurated a new studio facility known as "Estúdio 4".

The 1990s: Crousillat and Televisa[edit]

In 1992, the Mexican network Televisa acquired a significant stake in América, and two years later, businessman José Enrique Crousillat, who had close ties to the Azcarraga family of Televisa, became administrator of the station. Under Crousillat and Televisa, Mexican-produced telenovelas came to dominate the schedule. Among the strong suits of América in this area was a continued good run of imported animated shows, with Dragon Ball, Sailor Moon and Samurai Cats airing on the channel at this time, and Laura en América (1998–2001), a talk show hosted by Laura Bozzo that was popular on the international market.

Pomar died in 1993, leaving a new generation of journalists and expanded news programs; it was at this time that América added a morning newscast, Primera Edición (First Edition).

2001–2002: Political scandal in Peru, turmoil at América[edit]

Political scandal rocked Perú in 2000 with the discovery of the "Vladivideos", triggering a corruption scandal involving Vladimiro Montesinos, who was found to have bribed important business and political leaders, including the Crousillats. The scandal brought down Alberto Fujimori's administration and also was a black mark to América Televisión. In 2001, Crousillat's daughters took over the network, and at the same time, América fell from first to third in the ratings. Debts mounted, and creditors took over after a declaration of insolvency in late 2001 and the end of Crousillat's management in April 2002.

2003–present: Plural TV and a return to the top[edit]

Logo used since 2003 until June 6, 2016, a date that makes a makeover.

In 2003, Plural TV bought the debt of América's creditors and took over the channel, injecting funds into it and hoping to resurrect its ratings leadership. Eric Jurgensen took over in management. The moves paid off, as beginning in 2004, América siphoned key personalities and programs from Panamericana, helping it to return to its traditional first place in the ratings.

In 2009, América began testing high-definition and 1seg telecasts using the Japanese-Brazilian ISDB-T system, first on UHF channel 31, then on its assigned UHF channel 24, with 1seg service beginning in April 2010. High-definition programming began in 2011.

In 2012, Crousillat announced that he would sell his remaining stake in the channel to the Peruvian state. It also continued broadcasting the Olympic Games to Perú, with coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics from London.

In 2013, América launched a new digital service, Fusión Gourmet, a network specializing in food. It is América's second cable network; in 2012, it bought Canal N, an all-news channel started in 1999.

Currently, América is the ratings leader in Perú, with a 36% share of the national audience. It produces 65% of the shows it airs, and most of its imports still come from Televisa, with which it has retained a business relationship.

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Compañía Peruana de Radiodifusión S.A., also known as América Televisión or América and stylized as américa, is a Peruvian television network created on December 15, 1958 by Antonio Umbert, Nicanor Gonzalez and Avelino Aramburú.

Its creation was made possible by the agreement with NBC and its parent company, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and the construction of its headquarters on Calle Montero Rosas, in Santa Beatriz.

The channel is known for its famous icon, a globe of parallels and meridians that is inspired by the logo of its radial counterpart used between 1957 and 1970.

It had links for more than four decades with Radio América, which remained until the radio station closed in 2004.

It is the second oldest Peruvian channel after TV Perú and Panamericana Televisión and the first commercial channel in Peru to appear.

Since 2003 it belongs to Grupo Plural TV, a company formed by an alliance between Grupo El Comercio and Grupo La República Publicaciones.

Radio América TV Canal 4


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When the channel was created, its first logo was the same one used by Radio América between 1957 and 1970, but the letters TV and CANAL 4 are added in the lower right part of the logo.

Canal 4


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Then in 1964, the channel adopts the denomination of Canal Cuatro and the logo of that period was a number 4 formed by quadrilaterals, within the aforementioned number, a white screen with a black border and behind the 4, the word TV. This logo used to be complemented by the name CANAL CUATRO under the logo or with the 4TV inside the O of CUATRO.


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In 1969 and in full military dictatorship of Juan Velasco Alvarado, the channel changed its name to "C4 Televisión", although the corporate name was still that of Canal 4. The logo of that era was the letters C4 joined by thick lines and curves and below and to the left, the word TELEVISION. When the channel was renamed América, in an Ident, this logo appeared above the then new name of the channel, but without the word TELEVISION.

América Televisión



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Designer: Mauro Borja Lopes
Typography: Venus Bold (américa)
Helvetica Light (televisión)

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