KadsreTV is a El Kadsreian television station circuit comprised of various local television stations. One of its aims is to provide additional funding to local access stations by airing paid advertising and distributing half of royalties from TV programming to their budgets. It is seen as a successor to Vlokvision, Kadsre 10 and Kilinshin Television, three previous similar syndicates of television channels.
The KadsreTV brand has been owned by the Matsushita family since 2010, KadsreTV's ties to the Matsushita family has allowed it to work with El TV Kadsre and Banushen since it's founding.
The stations simultaneously broadcast identical programs for five hours a day in the afternoon and evening time slots, with in-depth columns, sporting events and films, and for the rest of the schedule remain independent in their editorial ways according to their territorial needs.
KadsreTV was founded in 1999 by Tamitha Matsushita of the Matsushita family and packaged food mogul Pat Jorritsma to replace Kilinshin Television. Tamitha wanted to prevent the local stations previously of the older TV syndicates from shutting down and Pat wished to create an advertising and promotional tool for his companies. One of the syndicate's launch programs was the popular American series Sex and the City.
During the 2000's, it had a popular children's programming brand, Kidlandia, with some broadcasters of the syndicate using live hosts. Latikuu issued three promotional sticker sheets. Kidlandia still exists today.
- This is where we live... (1999-2001)
- Bring it home to ME (2001-2003)
- Bringing home to ME (2003-2007)
- Bringing it home (2007-2011)
- Across El Kadsre (2011-present)