HBO Latin America Group

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HBO Latin America
Joint venture
Industry Entertainment
Cable television
Interactive Media
Founded October 31, 1991
Headquarters Caracas, Venezuela
Area served
Latin America
Owner WarnerMedia (majority)
Ole Communications (minority)
Subsidiaries Owned-and-operated channels:
HBO Latin America
HBO2 Latin America
HBO Signature Latin America
HBO Family Latin America
Cinemax Latin America
Max
Max Up
Max Prime
Distributed channels:
A&E Latin America
History Latin America
H2 Latin America
Lifetime Latin America
(all 4 are owned and operated by A+E Networks Latin America, expect Lifetime Latin America is a joint venture with Sony Pictures Television Latin America)
Website Official Website

HBO Latin America is a company which owns several cable networks in the region of Latin America. It is a joint venture between WarnerMedia and Ole Communications.

In Latin America, the channels owned by WarnerMedia are broadcast by two different subsidiaries, Turner Broadcasting System Latin America (who broadcasts TNT, CNN International, CNN en Español, truTV, Cartoon Network, Chilevisión and other sister channels) and HBO Latin America Group, which broadcasts other related channels.

Operating channels

HBO Latin America Group owns and operates these channels (most of those are simulcast in HD):

HBO Latin America Group distributes these channels:
Owned by A+E Networks Latin America (co-owned by A+E Networks and Ole Communications):

NBCUniversal International Networks Latin America:

Sony Pictures Entertainment:

Warner Bros. Entertainment (operated by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America):

OLE Communications

  • IVC Network

Defunct channels

See also

External links

  • Official Website
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