TelevicentroTelevicentro, formerly known as WAPA-TV, is a Puerto Rican television station.
WAPA-TV started out in 1954, just as the television era began in Puerto Rico. It is one of the 5 major TV channels there, along with biggest competitor Telemundo Puerto Rico, Tele Once, Super Siete and Canal 6.
WAPA-TV has always been Channel 4 on Puerto Rican tv, or Canal Cuatro, and as so, its mascot has always been a cat, because the cat is el gato in Spanish and their slogan has always been Por el cuatro como el gato, which rhymes in Spanish.
WAPA-TV for years showed boxing, BSN basketball, both national and international telenovelas, movies, comedies, sitcoms (Both American and domestic), baseball, NFL football, both WWE and Puerto Rican wrestling, human interest shows and their own news show Noticentro 4.
Both WAPA-TV and Telemundo have battled for the Puerto Rican viewer's top spot since television reached Puerto Rico, and both constantly show quality shows.
WAPA-TV officially changed their name to Televicentro in 2000.
The group that owns Televicentro has a radio station too, WAPA Radio.