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Cartoon Network (Latin America)

Cartoon Network
Launched April 30, 1993
Owned by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America/Time Warner
Picture format 480i/576i (SDTV) (4:3)
1080i (HDTV) (16:9)
Country Latin American countries
Language Spanish
English (only available as SAP)
Portuguese (Brazil Feed Only)
Broadcast area Latin America, including Brazil (different feed)
Headquarters Marietta st NW, CNN Center, Atlanta, USA
Local headquarters:
and Brazil (Independent Feed)
Jamaica (English and Spanish)
Sister channel(s) Boomerang
Website Venezuela
Dish Network Mexico channel 307 (mexican feed)
SKY México channel 315 (mexican feed)
SKY Brazil channel 90 (brazilian feed)
Vivo TV channel 321 (brazilian feed)
Claro TV channel 100 (brazilian feed)
Oi TV channel 112 (brazilian feed)
GVT TV channel 21 (brazilian feed)
NET channel 104 (brazilian feed)
Vivo TV channel 25 (brazilian feed)
Cablemas channel 24 (mexican feed)
MASTV channel 51 (mexican feed)

Cartoon Network (Portuguese for Brazil.

It primarily airs cartoons and animated programming, marketed towards children and teens. Operated in Latin America by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America, it began broadcasting on April 30, 1993 as the first children-oriented cable channel available in all of Latin America. Argentina and Mexico had previously launched children's cable channels (The Big Channel and Cablín in Argentina and ZAZ in Mexico, all of which are now defunct), but they were only available in their respective countries.


The channel primarily airs shows and animated series, both original to Cartoon Network and others that have been acquired from outside networks. 10 of the 15 most popular shows amongst children aged 6 to 10 years old are broadcast by Cartoon Network Latin America, including The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, Cow and Chicken, Johnny Bravo, among others. Older franchises like Scooby-Doo, Tom & Jerry, and Looney Tunes are also broadcast, as well as popular global franchises like Pokémon and original series such as the Ben 10 franchise and Adventure Time. Cartoon Network Latin America also aired original productions and live-action series such as La CQ (first original Mexican live-action series), Monica's Gang (based on the popular Brazilian comics) and Mr. Young. Recently, the channel acquired Digimon Fusion and Power Rangers Megaforce in a partnership with Saban Brands and both series premiered in the channel in May 2014.[1] & [2]


Since 2007, the channel has offered other services.

Cartoon Network Móvel/Celular

Cartoon Network Móvel (Celular in Brazil) is a paid service for mobile phones, offering videos, wallpapers, games, screensavers, speech tones, ringtones, among other products.

Signal structure

All four signals are generated by central headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia except for the Generic Signal.

  • Signal 1: Mexico
  • Signal 2: Brazil with the only available HD feed between CN Latin America. (independent)
  • Signal 3: Argentina
  • Signal 4: Generic Signal available to the rest of Latin America. Offices are located in Chile, Colombia, and Venezuela.

Cartoon Network Mexico

Cartoon Network Mexico is an alternating signal available only in Mexico, the signal has the same programming that has the channel throughout Latin America, but has a different schedule and programming distribution. He is currently the No. 1 pay-TV channel among children aged 4-11 years. It is also the second most watched children's channel, disney channel after

Has held events in the country as the "toon cup" (soccer competitions), "carrera cartoon", and a special 20th anniversary in Mexico and Latin America held in Mexico City

Cartoon Network Brazil

In Brazil, the channel is the most watched in the pay TV category, often rivaling Discovery Kids in audience shares. It shares most of the programming of the Latin American networks, though differs as it is in Portuguese via either dubbing or subtitles, and features locally-originated content to meet local content regulations, such as Monica's Gang, Gui & Estopa, Sítio do Picapau Amarelo, Haunted Tales and Jorel's Brother. Content in the network's programming is also edited to meet local mores and regulations, with some Toonami block and Adult Swim programming not airing on the channel because of those regulations. Viewers have also found the content ratings strict, with Adventure Time under the "12+ anos" rating and Regular Show at "10+ anos", though both programs usually rate as a high "TV-PG" under the American TV Parental Guidelines.[3]

Cartoon Network Argentina

The channel is among the most watched cable channels in Argentina and marketing level signals have increased since its launch.

Cartoon Network took part in the animation of the film Patoruzito and its sequel Patoruzito 2. Both were co-produced with Red lojo Telefe productions, along with the production of the mini-series Patoruzito. In 2006, Cartoon Network launched a content bonus card, together with a multimedia web service called Monthly Cartoon, which sponsored a competition to work at Cartoon Network Studios as well as scholarships at universities for the arts. In Alto Palermo, there is a Toon Cup held once every 4 years.

Programming blocks

  • Héroes / Heróis (Heroes)
  • Ja Ja Ja / Ha Ha Ha (Har Har Tharsdays)
  • Cortos / Curtas (Shorts)
  • Votatoon
  • Girl Power
  • Movimiento Cartoon / Movimento Cartoon (Cartoon Movement)
  • Cartoon Pop / Cartoon Zaim
  • Cine Cartoon (Cartoon Movie)
  • Brasuca (exclusive for Brazil)
  • Club Boomerang / Clube Boomerang (Boomerang Club)
  • Tooncast All Stars


See also


  1. ^ "Digimon Fusion llega a Cartoon Network Latinoamérica en Mayo 2014". 
  2. ^ "Power Rangers: Megaforce llega a Cartoon Network Latinoamérica en Mayo 2014". 
  3. ^ "Apenas Um Show : Cenas que foram Censurada no CN Brasileiro". 

External links

  • Cartoon Network Latin America (English)
  • LAMAC webpage (Spanish)
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