Watch TV Nazaré live from Brazil
Its transmissions started on May 11, 2002.
Having a television station was an old dream of the Archdiocese of Belém. However, until 1998, there was only the project to retransmit Rede Vida's programming.
For this, a concrete tower was built over 100 meters high. With the help of donations from Pará, the antenna of Canal 19, which would be the channel's relay.
But the Archdiocese's Bishops wanted a TV station that would evangelize and educate the people of Pará with local programming. On October 6, 2000, during the celebration of the 50 years of priestly life of Dom Vicente Joaquim Zico, the former Minister of Communications Pimenta da Veiga and the former Vice President of the Republic Marco Maciel granted the Archdiocese of Canal 30 UHF.
On January 29, 2002, the former Minister of Communications Pimenta da Veiga signed the Concession Contract for 15 years, as TV Educativa. In other words, it cannot make profits from the channel, but it can obtain cultural support.
TV Nazaré opened on May 11, 2002, with a solemn session at the Center for Christian Culture and Formation of the Archdiocese of Belém. The ceremony was attended by several ecclesiastical and civil authorities. From this, the broadcaster begins to grow throughout the Legal Amazon, through the acquired concessions. On May 28, 2004, it finally got a satellite signal.