After 26 years of emissions, TV3, the public TV of Catalonia, in Catalan language, has been forced to stop emissions in the Valencian Country under threat of fine of €60,000 every 15 days.
The Valencian Country (officially Valencian Community) is a mostly Catalan-speaking territory annexed to the newly created Kingdom of Spain after the War of Spanish Succession in the 18th century, as happened with the other states of the Crown of Aragon, largely a Catalan-speaking federation.
Unlike in Catalonia and to some extent the Balearic Islands, where national identity is stronger, the Valencian Country has been subject to a strong process of denationalization. At the left we can see where Catalan (Valencian dialect) is spoken more or less frequently in the country (from Wikimedia commons).
There is no other Catalan language TV in the country, as the Spanish nationalist government has mostly disdained the promotion of the native tongue.
Source: Sare Antifaxista.