Compañía de Radio Televisión de Galicia

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Corporación de Radio-Televisión de Galicia (CRTVG)
TypeRadio, television, online
First air date
OwnerPublicly owned
Key people
Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo (Director Xeral)
Official website

The Corporación de Radio-Televisión de Galicia (CRTVG) is the public broadcaster for the autonomous community of Galicia, Spain.


CRTVG was created on 11 July 1984 with the Lei de Galicia 9/1984. With this law two separate companies were created; Televisión de Galicia, S.A. which is responsible for producing televisual output and Radio Galega, S.A. which produces its radio content.


The network is governed by a tripartisan board of directors appointed by the Galician Parliament.

board of directors[edit]

  • María Bastida Domínguez (People's Party of Galicia, PPdeG)
  • Xosé Luís Iravedra Lestal (PPdeG)
  • Xoán Manuel Jiménez Morán (PPdeG)
  • Arturo Maneiro Vila (PPdeG)
  • Higinio Meijide Gómez (PPdeG)
  • Ana Isabel Peón Pineiro (PPdeG)
  • Juan Carlos Araújo Rodríguez (Socialists' Party of Galicia, PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Roberto Cid González (PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Adriana Fernández Vázquez (PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Carlos Alberto Rodríguez Calvo (PSdeG-PSOE)
  • Manuel Antelo Pazos (Galician Nationalist Bloc, BNG)
  • Montserrat Prado Cores (BNG)

Director General[edit]

The director general is the head of CRTVG. He is directly appointed by the Xunta de Galicia. The current director general of CRTVG is Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo.[1]

  • 1985–86 Luis Losada
  • 1986–87 Lois Caeiro
  • 1987–90 Abilio Bernardo de Quirós
  • 1990–94 Ramón Villot
  • 1994-05 Francisco Campos
  • 2005–09 Benigno Sánchez
  • 2009– Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo, nuevo director general de la televisión gallega". 20 May 2009. Archived from the original on 27 September 2011. Retrieved 17 July 2010.

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