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Rede de Emissoras Independentes
TypeFree-to-air television network
First air date
TV stations
  • TV Rio
  • TV Record
  • TVS Rio de Janeiro
  • TV Alvorada
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
São Paulo, São Paulo
OwnerJoão B. do Amaral, Paulo Machado de Carvalho and Silvio Santos
Picture format
480i (PAL-M)

Rede de Emissoras Independentes (in English: Independent Broadcasters Network) or REI, was a Brazilian television network founded in 1969, as successor to the "Emissoras Unidas". Inaugurated on September 14, 1969, it was a network initially led by TV Record (São Paulo), TV Rio (Rio de Janeiro) and TV Alvorada (Brasilia); in 1975, the network was dissolved.

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