A thematic channel dedicated to the tourism promotion of the Argentine Republic.
Travel TV (known until December 2011 as Argentina in HD) is an Argentine open television channel that broadcasts from Buenos Aires. It is operated by Non-Stop TV, a production company involved in the development of The Walt Disney Company programs such as Zapping Zone, Art Attack, Highway and some Disney Junior programs.
Originally broadcasting as Argentina in HD, it broadcast 24 hours a day of videos with images of the most varied places in Argentina, while soft instrumental music plays in the background. As a peculiarity, and despite what the old name of the station indicates, it did not broadcast in HD, but in standard resolution with a 4: 3 ratio.
Currently, its programming consists of mini-programs on tourism, fishing, and wildlife recorded in many parts of the country. It emits 24 hours in blocks of 6 hours that are repeated 4 times a day.
On July 15, 2017, he was replaced by Crónica TV in DTT due to a grid reorganization carried out by the Federal Public Media and Content System, which is the government agency responsible for managing the contents of DTT signals that RTA operates.
From February 1, 2018, the channel enters the Digital Cablevision and Flow grid on dial 4231 in resolution SD 576i, widescreen.