Aló Presidente and, noticias, teleSUR. A b c "The ABCs Of The Venezuelan Government's Political Propaganda Strategy". 4 It now only broadcasts program previews and government ads instead. 1980, VTV was funded in whole by the government, but due to an internal economic crisis, VTV was forced to air advertisements for extra revenue (this has no longer been occurring since Hugo Chávez became president in 1999). Military officers, in rebellion against President Carlos Andrés Pérez, attacked the station, and ten station employees were killed. Cadena Venezolana de Televisión (cvtv) was inaugurated as a privately owned television station on August 1, 1964, at 7:30.m. VTV would also alter images of pro-government rallies to make them appear larger and used outdated videos to attack opposition members or former supporters. In 2004, VTV produced another telenovela, Amores de, barrio Adentro, but it was only seen once a week and lasted only a few months. Me asombra 150, me entristece 90, me enoja 293. 10 VTV also aired ads showing the September 11 attacks, comparing them to the opposition stating "The people know who the terrorists are". 1, president, raúl Leoni was chosen to be the one to cut the ribbon. References edit Mayobre, José Antonio (1993). Hours later, the Miranda state police occupied VTV and forced it off the air. Jesús Romero Anselmi was the president of VTV before Vladimir Villegas became its president in 2002. State channel (1974 - present) edit In September 1974, cvtv, after prolonged financial problems due to its competition with the better-established privately owned television networks in Venezuela, Radio Caracas Televisión and Venevisión, was purchased by the Venezuelan government and rebranded as Venezolana de Televisión (VTV). Jóvenes de la autodenominada Resistencia, que buscan llegar a su país, denuncian que les lanzaron lacrimógenos y les dispararon peligrosos balines. 8 On the evening of the coup attempt against Chávez, Enrique Mendoza, then governor of Venezuela's Miranda State, while being interviewed by Venevisión announced "a esa basura de canal la vamos a cerrar" We are going to shut down that trashy channel referring to VTV. Corporación Venezolana de Televisión (Spanish for: Venezuelan Television Corporation ) or, vTV is a state-run television station based.