Since the creation of the regional television stations in their accounts, they only charged the VAT of the advertising and sponsorship revenues of their programs, but not the public subsidies of the different regional governments. But in 2014, Hacienda changed its criteria and began to consider that these companies had a dual purpose: on the one hand, they had a commercial activity due to sponsorship and advertising revenues; and on the other they developed a public service.

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