La Red
Broadcast areaNational
HeadquartersAvenida Quilín #3750, Macul
Picture format1080i HDTV
Sister channelsTelecanal
Launched12 May 1991[1]
Former namesRED Televisión (1999–2009)
La Red (1991–1999)
WebcastWatch live
Digital UHFListings may vary

La Red (literally The Network), is a private television channel in Chile. It began broadcasting on 12 May 1991, as the second private television station in Chile, after Mega.

From 1991 to 2014, the channel operated in facilities adjacent to the Chilefilms complex in Las Condes. In 2014, it opened its own production complex ubicated in Macul, which has three studios.[2]


Among the many TV shows broadcast on La Red are:

Year Time Title Notes
1999 Cara a Cara Interviews by Tomás Cox.
2005 Así somos Evening program hosted by Cristián Pérez.
2005 Cada día mejor Space for conversation and memories hosted by Alfredo Lamadrid.
2006 Intrusos Showbusiness news hosted by Jennifer Warner.
2010 Mujeres Primero Morning program hosted by Janine Leal and Antonella Ríos.
2011 Expediente S Entertainment program hosted by Juan Andrés Salfate.
2011 Mentiras Verdaderas Late night interview show hosted by Ignacio Franzani.
2014 Cultura Verdadera Late night culture show hosted by Ignacio Franzani.
2014 Portavoz Noticias Regional News hosted by Scarleth Cárdenas.
2015 Entrevista Verdadera Interviews by Beatriz Sánchez.
2016 Hola Chile Morning show hosted by Julia Vial and Eduardo de la Iglesia.
See also es:Anexo:Producciones de La Red#Programas actuales y de continuidad


The channel was owned by several companies, such as TV Azteca[3] and Copesa,[4] before being sold to Mexican businessman Remigio Ángel González. The channel was called Red Television (Network Television) for about ten years until 2009, before being reverted to its original name in 2009. It mainly airs Hollywood blockbusters (especially in primetime). It is also the TV station that broadcast the local version of the popular "Big Brother" and WWE shows like WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown.

In audience share, it currently ranks fifth behind TVN, Canal 13, CHV, and Mega.


  1. ^ "La Red – TV live from Chile". TV LIVE 32. Retrieved 30 January 2013.
  2. ^ S.A.P El Mercurio (12 May 2014). "Director ejecutivo de La Red habla de la renovación del canal: "No vivimos para el rating"". (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 April 2022.
  3. ^ "TV Azteca to buy stake in La Red". Archived from the original on 18 March 2014. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  4. ^ "TV Azteca lands 75% of La Red". Archived from the original on 18 March 2014. Retrieved 30 January 2016.