Turner Broadcasting System Latin America

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Turner Broadcasting System Latin America
Industry Entertainment
Founded 30 April 1993 (30 April 1993)
Founder Ted Turner
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia
Miami, Florida
Number of locations
  • Bogotá, Colombia
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • Santiago, Chile
Area served
Latin America
Key people
Robert Edward Turner
Products Entertainment and production
Services Entertainment, production, and distribution
Parent Turner Broadcasting System

Turner Broadcasting System Latin America (also known simply as Turner Latin America) is the company managing the collection of pay networks around Latin America.

Turner Broadcasting System Latin America operates the following brands: CNN International, Boomerang, TCM, Warner Channel, Cartoon Network, and CNN Chile, among others. Turner Broadcasting System Latin America also operates Warner Channel, its corporate cousin (the channel is owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment and distributed by HBO Latin America Group,, and until 2012, handled advertising sales for Brazilian action sports channel Woohoo.

News channels

Over the air channels

Entertainment channels

Sports channels

  • TNT Sports
    • TNT Sports Argentina
    • TNT Sports Chile (aired in 2019)
  • Esporte Interativo (also in HD) (Brazil only)
    • Esporte Interativo
    • EI Maxx
    • EI Maxx 2

See also

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