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  • #16
    Ok, here is another video from last evening around 6 pm Eastern time, same channel. It's a bit more lengthy, so it may contain some key features to ID it. It has a children's program and some commercials which fade in and out. But again, the quality isn't the best. Good luck and enjoy it!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPjTomcxPeU

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    • #17
      I'm not recognizing the commercial (which is apparently about recycling, "Cada Cosa en su Sitio" or the program. ┬┐Gargadon?
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      • #18
        This is really interesting, because most afternoon childrens' programming in Mexico is on networks and stations that love to
        display their logos: Cinco, Azteca-7, Once, and state stations.
        Danny
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        • #19
          Good point Danny. Is it just me, or is there something a bit creepy about that cartoon?
          mike
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          • #20
            mp11: Actually I thought it was Aqua Teen Hunger Force .

            The only thing I can see is the number 104 two times.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Gargadon View Post
              mp11: Actually I thought it was Aqua Teen Hunger Force .

              The only thing I can see is the number 104 two times.
              It's definitely not that show. The character we see is some sort of claymation Dracula-looking thing and then some sort of cylindrical monkey head.

              I also see a huge "500" in another ad. It seems to be showing footage of landmarks of a city...? 1515 was the year Havana was founded... There is some sort of statue photo at 1:24, and other city photos, but I can't get enough detail to figure out if they are actually Havana. That, of course, would mean that this is Cuba, even though Tele Rebelde is not a network I would expect to be running this material.
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              • #22
                The large 104 early in the clip appears to have a URL under it, but I can't make out the top level domain. I think it's a two-letter country code TLD.
                The URL seems to be pretty short, so this is probably a country that doesn't use .co.xx type domains.
                Daniel KC9HZN
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by kc9hzn View Post
                  The large 104 early in the clip appears to have a URL under it, but I can't make out the top level domain. I think it's a two-letter country code TLD.
                  The URL seems to be pretty short, so this is probably a country that doesn't use .co.xx type domains.
                  At one point in the promo there are four lines of text under the big 104. It ends with two.
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                  • #24
                    Raymie, any decision on what this station could be? Is it Cuba?
                    Danny
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Danny View Post
                      Raymie, any decision on what this station could be? Is it Cuba?
                      I got nothing.
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                      • #26
                        I'm bumping an old thread...

                        I kinda think this might be Cuba after all. Tonight I ran into this Notimex article about the 500th anniversary celebrations of Santiago de Cuba, the island's second-largest city. That would make sense with the 500...I think.

                        The recycling campaign turns up no results. 104, not much of anything.

                        That said, the Tele Rebelde network does not air any programming like this these days...
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                        • #27
                          Raymie, I suspected Cuba from the beginning. Remember that DXers have received a number of low-band TV stations from Cuba
                          that are not on that list that Bill Hepburn subscribes to in order to keep his Latin America technical data updated. I have seen
                          a Cubavision relayer on channel 2 a few times.

                          As usual, I could be wrong.
                          Danny
                          Shreveport, LA
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