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General TV Channel / Corporación Estatal de Radio y Televisión is a radio and television network operating from Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. It is a public television channel operated and owned by the Dominican government. Following the frequency unification of 1996, CERTV has been aired throughout the country on channel 4. Previously, channel 4 was broadcast in Santo Domingo and the Southern zone, channel 5 in the Northern region and channel 12 in the Southwest. The channel was first aired on August 1, 1952 with the name La Voz Dominicana. This was the first television transmitter of its kind in the country and the third in Latin America, after Mexico and Cuba. The original owner was José Arismendy Trujillo (Petán), brother of the notorious dictator Rafael Trujillo (d. 1961).