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{{TV_Channel|image1 = Rede Ecclesia.png|launched = July 9, 1953|owned_by = [[Paolo Reira]]|country = Brazil|language = Portuguese}}In 1959, the Victor Costa Organization, owner of [[TV Rama]], channel 5 of São Paulo (later acquired by [[Rede Nia]]), was awarded by the federal government with a second television channel in the city, channel 9. Possession of more than one TV channel by a single group was not prohibited by the broadcasting laws of that time.
 
{{TV_Channel|image1 = Rede Ecclesia.png|launched = July 9, 1953|owned_by = [[Paolo Reira]]|country = Brazil|language = Portuguese}}In 1959, the Victor Costa Organization, owner of [[TV Rama]], channel 5 of São Paulo (later acquired by [[Rede Nia]]), was awarded by the federal government with a second television channel in the city, channel 9. Possession of more than one TV channel by a single group was not prohibited by the broadcasting laws of that time.
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In 1959, the Victor Costa Organization, owner of TV Rama, channel 5 of São Paulo (later acquired by Rede Nia), was awarded by the federal government with a second television channel in the city, channel 9. Possession of more than one TV channel by a single group was not prohibited by the broadcasting laws of that time.

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