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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2006) Telenica (Canal 8) is a nationwide terrestrial television channel from Nicaragua, founded by Nicaraguan businessman Carlos Briceño. Telenica is one of Nicaragua’s main channels. Its programming is aimed to the family audience, concentrating on news broadcasting, informational programming, sports and commentary, specials, series and musical shows. Its high standards of content and productions make it a favorite channel among Nicaraguan viewers. "A synonym of objectivity, credibility and experience, their renowned journalists bring us the most complete information every evening on local and international events." Telenica, S.A. is also the owner of Radio 8, a local radio station. Canal 8 has the number one news program in the country (Noticiero Independiente), and it also has the number one sports show in the country. On January, 2010, the television channel was sold to private investors for an undisclosed amount.[1] Local news reports have alleged that the buyers were family members of President Daniel Ortega. [2] References ^ Briceño confirma venta de Canal 8 - ^ Sale of Private Broadcaster Sparks Concerns In Nicaragua - v · d · eBroadcast television stations in Managua / Granada, Nicaragua YNTC 2 (Canal 2) – YNTM 4 (Canal 4) YNSA 6 (SSTV) – Telenica 8 – YNLG 12 (NicaVision) Broadcast television in other areas of Nicaragua YNSA 7 (SSTV) Esteli, Nicaragua – YNSA 9 (SSTV) León, Nicaragua – YNSA 13 (SSTV) Jinotega, Nicaragua – YNSA 13 (SSTV) Matagalpa, Nicaragua – Magic 17 – Enlace 21 – CDNN 23 – Telenorte Canal 35 (Estelí, Nicaragua – See also: Communications in El Salvador, as well as broadcast television in the Guatemala City and San Salvador markets This article about a television station is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Nicaragua-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e