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TV+ (pronounced Te ve más or TV Mas) is a Chilean free-to-air television channel. Previously known as the Television Corporation of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso or UCV Televisión, it was the oldest television station in the country and the only regional network outside of Santiago that had nationwide coverage. It started broadcasting on an experimental level in the Pontifical University of Valparaíso's buildings in 1957 and was officially launched in August 1959. In 2017, it moved its offices to the Agua Santa district in Viña del Mar.
On 21 November 2018 at 5:00pm, the channel was rebranded as "TV+" and premiered a new graphical package. In late-November, the digital-terrestrial-television subchannel UCV 3 (controlled by the PCUV) would be rebranded as UCV Televisión, broadcasting from its original studios in Viña del Mar.
In recent years, the television station's audience share started to plummet. In 2016, the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso started to search a business partner to revamp the network. On 29 December, the University announced that it sold the channel to the TV enterprise «TV+ SpA», composed of PUCV Multipedios SpA, a media company owned by the University with 10% of the network's share, and Media 23 SpA — a joint venture between GCO Entretención, Disney's official licensed commercial partner in the country, and Contempora, owned by Jesús Diez González, a Chilean businessman owner of the "TurBus" transportation business and manager of the agricultural distributor Covepal— which holds the remaining 90% of the station's share.