Cuatro (stylized as cuatroo, "Four") is a Spanish free-to-air television channel that was launched in November 2005. Owned by Mediaset España Comunicación, the Spanish subsidiary of the Italian Mediaset group, it is broadcast on TV frequencies licensed to the previous owner Sogecable in 1990 and previously used by them for the analogue transmission of its pay-per-view channel Canal+.
RTV Marbella is made up of a team of professionals whose main objective is to tell citizens what is happening in the city. Journalists, filmmakers, camera operators, sound technicians, editors, infographers, producers, illuminators, decorators, ... all working to bring the news of Marbella and San Pedro to their homes, through radio or television.
RTV Marbella is everyone's radio and TV. Closeness is our highest aspiration. Citizen participation becomes a priority objective of this station: radio and television of the Marbella City Council. For this reason, part of the programming takes place at street level where first-hand information is found, in the mouth of its protagonists.
Also for this reason we intend to take into account the special characteristics of a municipality like ours, with a dispersed population and with several nuclei that have their own identity. In all of them we are present daily. In addition, RTV Marbella has spaces for all types of public, paying special attention to information.
Mar TV is Maresme's private television, broadcast through the digital channel (24 TDT). With a varied programming, it has information from EURONEWS and Russia Today, as well as programs of its own production, such as El Gato Estresao and El Sonagero and a variety of Series and Telenovelas.
It is a proximity television, and an excellent means of communication where all the shops of the Maresme and surroundings can be advertised and made known to their target audience. Thanks to the coverage of Mar TV, from Badalona to Blanes / Lloret, the impact is assured to more than 125,000 daily viewers