Space (Latin American TV channel)

Space is a Latin American pay television channel owned by WarnerMedia International. It airs movies, TV series and boxing events. It was launched on 11 March 1991 and it is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This television network is aimed at an adult audience.

Space
SpaceLogo.svg
CountryLatin America
Broadcast areaLatin America
SloganEmociones extremas
HeadquartersBuenos Aires, Argentina
Programming
Language(s)Spanish and Portuguese
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480I/576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerWarnerMedia International
Sister channelsTNT
TNT Series
Warner Channel
TCM
I-SAT
Cartoon Network
Boomerang
Tooncast
TruTV
Glitz
TBS Very Funny
HTV
Much Music
CNN
CNN en Español
CNN Chile
History
Launched11 March 1991
Links
Websitespacego.tv
Availability
Cable
Cablevisión (Argentina)Channel 44 (Analogue)
Channel 304 (HD)
Cable Onda (Panamá)Channel 235 (SD)
Channel 1235 (HD)
Satellite
DirecTV (South America)Channel 518 (SD)
Channel 1518 (HD)
Dish MexicoChannel 226 (SD)
Channel 920 (HD)
Sky MexicoChannel 418 (SD)
Movistar TVChannel 604 (SD)
Channel 871 (HD)

HistoryEdit

Space was launched on 11 March 1991 as the first Latin American 24-hour movie channel. It was owned and operated by Imagen Satelital, a company owned by Argentine businessman Alberto González. In its first years, it was an entertainment network heavily centred towards films and boxing events.

In 1997, Imagen Satelital was bought by Claxson Interactive Group, itself owned by Venezuelan conglomerate Grupo Cisneros. In 2002, after a graphical rebrand, Space includes artistic shows in its programming schedule.

In October 2007, Claxson Interactive Group was purchased by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America; its channels (including Space) started to be managed by the regional branch of Time Warner. In 8 April 2008, Turner modifies Space's programming in order to avoid inside competition with TNT Latin America, and centres its programming towards action, adventure and suspense films.

In 2009, Space launches its own HD feed, and two years later, in 2011, it launches a second audio track in English to its video feeds.

ProgrammingEdit

Television series
Sports
Films
  • Various Action, Horror, Suspense and Science Fiction.

Former programmingEdit

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