TV3 is the main, generalist channel targeted at majority and family audiences. Its programs are very varied and it has a strong news orientation. The channel began broadcasting in September 1983. It has been Catalonia’s top ratings leader on many occasions since then.
Created in September 1988, this channel offers programs that either complement or provide an alternative to those on TV3 and caters to more specialized audiences. It is strongly oriented towards educational and cultural programs. Channel 33 also experiments with new audiovisual languages and formats. It broadcasts from 9.30pm till 6am.
This channel, created in February 2011, is aimed at the public with an interest in sport and at those who live sport with passion. Esport3 offers 24-hour live or recorded broadcasts, sporting events and documentary content on nature, adventure, travel, food and diet and leisure.
Super3 is the multiplatform children's channel aimed at children of up to 14 years of age. It was created in October 2009, and seeks to focus on three core areas: presence and participation of the "Súpers" (i.e., children members of the Super3 Club); own-production programmes; and series and films, both animation films and live-action films. It broadcasts from 6am to 9:30pm.
TV3CAT is the TVC channel that can be seen outside Catalonia. It was launched in June 2009 and it features own-production content from all the TVC channels, taking TV3’s programming as a point of reference. TV3CAT is broadcast on the Internet, DTT, cable, IPTV and mobile telephone. TV3CAT takes over form TVCi, TVC’s international channel created in September 1995.
This channel broadcasts TV3's programmes simultaneously in High Definition 24 hours a day. It was officially launched in March 2011. It had been broadcasting in test mode since 2007, pioneering the effort in the Spanish state. It broadcasts regularly in 3D.