Telequattro is a local television broadcaster based in Trieste. Born in 1976, began broadcasting at the end of the following year in a regional context. The first broadcasts began on December 18, 1977, in a particular period for the city of Trieste: after the signing of the Treaty of Osimo which established the definitive borders between Italy and Yugoslavia, the city was shaken by the birth of the List for Trieste and became a sort of laboratory for civic formations that would later arise in the rest of the country. Precisely for this reason, in the municipal elections of 1979, personalities of national politics such as Giorgio Almirante and Marco Pannella entered the Council. Telequattro followed the meetings of the City Council live, establishing a very strong bond with the city that continues to this day. At the same time, already in those years, the name derives from the number of provinces in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region , underlining the aim of being regional television. In fact, its most important pool of listeners is in the city where it is based. In addition to the headquarters, the network has editorial offices in Gorizia and Udine.

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