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1999-2002 2002-2005 2005-2006 2006-2010 2010-2012
1999-2002 2002-2005 2005-2006 2006-2010 2010-2012
 
2012-2016 2016-2021 2021-2022 2022-present
2012-2016 2016-2021 2021-2022 2022-present

ANBT-TV (first era)

1999-2005

1999-2002

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On March 5, 1999, PBN Corporation launched ANBT-TV as PBN's first channel in the region of San Juan, PR. The channel then relays the existing Sky channel in the UK, which in essence is both a partnership between PBN and Sky. Since the beginning of the broadcast, the channel has used virtual channel 9 as a start.

2002-2005

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On May 19, 2002, the color was slightly changed to predominantly red (except for the orange SKY font).

WSKY-TV

2005-2006

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On May 2, 2022, the name ANBT-TV changed to WSKY-TV although retaining the ANBT-TV logo, with the exception of the channel names below.

2006-2010

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On July 1, 2006, PBN-NBC was officially formed as a replacement for SKY with which they had been cooperating since 1999 (SKY joined WIN in Africa & US for the Pro20 channel). Instead, WSKY-TV becomes an NBC affiliate in a 5-6 year agreement.

As a result of the NBC affiliation, the Sky logo was replaced with the NBC peacock icon from 1986, with the ANBT-TV design from 1999 retained until 2010.

2010-2012

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In 2010, the channel dropped the virtual number 9 with a new virtual channel 7, and dropped the iconic SKY-ANBT design from 1999 in favor of their new simple design, with the NBC peacock underneath and the number 7 shown in blue.

ANBT-TV (second era)

2012-2022

2012-2016

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On 1 July 2012, PBN-NBC and WSKY-TV's controversial breakup with SkyTV resulted in NBS Corporation buying the channel, returning it to its original name ANBT-TV to date. At the same time, the station switched to a CBS affiliate for up to 4 years as per the NBS-CBS agreement, considering that NBS Corporation is known as nonfrendly-fire CBS in the WKBS-TV program.

2016-2021

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The success of NBS-CBS in managing ANBT-TV until 2016 has made them prepare until now they have ended it on July 2, 2016, resulting in the channel becoming an ABC affiliate and being purchased by WIN Television, considering that the two have collaborated since April 30, 2016 in the same year.

2021-2022

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In April 2021, to prevent their forthcoming controversy, WIN & ABC decided to sell the channel to Carlos Como, owner of what would be called RedeCom on April 31, 2022. Como decided to follow ANBT-TV with the logo where the ABC era changed its logo in August 2021, after that in April 2022, the channel was handed over to the new owner RedeCom on April 5, 2022.

2022-present

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On April 6, 2022, ANBT-TV officially became an O&O affiliate of RCT, the parent of the same owner which was formed a few days ago.


V โ€ข T โ€ข E Redecom Central Television
Part of RedeCom, Immediate transfer of acquisition to JPM Media starting September 2022

United States & International broadcast television
RCT | RCT News | RCT en Espaรฑol | RCT France | RCT International | RCT International Asia | RCT News Asia


Owned Television Stations
KRCT-TV (Los Angeles, CA) | WRCT-TV (New York City, NY) | NRCT-TV (Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL) | PRCT-TV (Philadelphia, PA) | SRCT-TV (Springfield, MO) | ARCT-TV (Anchorage, AK) | NTSN-TV (Dallas-Fort Worth, TX) | CTBA-TV (Louisville, KY) | TYMS-TV (Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, FL) | ITAN-TV (Salt Lake City, UT) | CMB-TV (Chicago, IL) | UNGM-TV (Indianapolis, IN) | CMFT-TV (Detroit, MI) | SBTC-TV (Atlanta, GA) | TVNO-TV (Sacramento, CA) | ANBT-TV (San Juan, PR) | NBCB-TV (New Orleans, LA) | GMTS-TV (Kansas City, MO)

V โ€ข T โ€ข E RCT owned and affiliated television stations
Owned Television Stations

KRCT-TV | WRCT-TV | NRCT-TV | PRCT-TV | SRCT-TV | ARCT-TV | NTSN-TV | CTBA-TV | TYMS-TV | ITAN-TV | CMB-TV | UNGM-TV | CMFT-TV | SBTC-TV | TVNO-TV | ANBT-TV | NBCB-TV | GMTS-TV

Affiliates
WART-TV | TCN-TV | NWS-TV | QTQ-TV | WKYC-TV2 | CAHA | NNTN-DS | QNTN-TV | TENS-TV | WTVO-TS | WATN | WBSV-DT | BTQN-TV | ADS-TV | SAS-DT | QTEN-TV | TVWN-DS | NBSN-TV | GDS-TV | BDN-TV | STNA-TV | NBNA-TV | TRPC-TV | ALBA-TV | KNYY-TV | KCOL-TV | KWW-TV | WRON-TV | KLOS-TV | KVDU-TV | WMRC-TV | KZRO | BMTN-TV

Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and territory, and based on the station's city of license or Designated Market Area.


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Radio networks
RCT Audio | RCT News Now | RCT News Radio
Co-onwed by RedeCom: ComRadio 1 | ComRadio 2 | ComRadio News Services | ComRadio World Services | ComRadio Asian Network | ComRadio US Network


Television production
RCT Productions | RCT News Studios | RCT Studios | RCT Signature


News broadcast

V โ€ข T โ€ข E RCT News
Part of RCT (RedeCom)

Current programming
RCT News This Morning | RCT News - Eleven AM | RCT News at Six | RCT News at Ten | RCT World News Live | RCT News Channel | Worklife RCT | Dateline Talk | World Sports | America Morning News | Headline World | Business Reports


Special programming
RCT News Special Reports


Local programming
News Today | News Now | Local News | Local News Now


Former programming
Morning Daybreak


Television production
RCT News Studios


Affiliate news-sharing video service
RCT News One | RCT News Two | RCT News Three


Live-streaming networks
RCT News Live

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Other assets
RCTtek


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V โ€ข T โ€ข E RCT owned and affiliated television stations
Owned Television Stations

KRCT-TV | WRCT-TV | NRCT-TV | PRCT-TV | SRCT-TV | ARCT-TV | NTSN-TV | CTBA-TV | TYMS-TV | ITAN-TV | CMB-TV | UNGM-TV | CMFT-TV | SBTC-TV | TVNO-TV | ANBT-TV | NBCB-TV | GMTS-TV

Affiliates
WART-TV | TCN-TV | NWS-TV | QTQ-TV | WKYC-TV2 | CAHA | NNTN-DS | QNTN-TV | TENS-TV | WTVO-TS | WATN | WBSV-DT | BTQN-TV | ADS-TV | SAS-DT | QTEN-TV | TVWN-DS | NBSN-TV | GDS-TV | BDN-TV | STNA-TV | NBNA-TV | TRPC-TV | ALBA-TV | KNYY-TV | KCOL-TV | KWW-TV | WRON-TV | KLOS-TV | KVDU-TV | WMRC-TV | KZRO | BMTN-TV

Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and territory, and based on the station's city of license or Designated Market Area.


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