VH1 (Latin American TV channel)

VH1 Latin America was a music channel from ViacomCBS-owned ViacomCBS Networks Americas. The network was launched on April 1, 2004 exclusively on Cablevisión D.F. in Mexico, and in the rest of the region some months later. The channel targeted audience from 19 to 44 years old and played local and international music videos from the 1970s to the 2000s. It also aired famous countdowns from VH1 United States. It reached most of the satellite and cable systems in Latin America. VH1 Soul, another channel of MTV Networks and sister channel of VH1 was also available in the region.

Headquarters Miami Beach, Florida
Picture format 16:9 (SDTV)
16:9 (HDTV)
Owner ViacomCBS Networks Americas (ViacomCBS)
Sister channels Comedy Central
VH1 MegaHits
MTV Hits
Nick Jr.
Paramount Network
Telefe Internacional
Launched April 1, 2004
Closed October 7, 2020
Replaced by VH1 Europe
Website VH1la.com
Antina Digital (Argentina) Channel 60
Cablevisión (México D.F.) Channel 39
izzi (México) Channel 239 (SD)
Channel 859 (HD)
Cable Mágico (Lima, Perú) Channel 606
Cable Amnet (San José, Costa Rica Channel 73
Telecable Tricom (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) Channel 232
Dish (Mexico) Channel 270
SKY (Mexico) Channel 706
Claro TV (Dominican Republic) Channel 254

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VH1 Latin America first logo, used from 2004 to 2013.

The channel was launched on April 1, 2004 only on Cablevisión in Mexico. Eventually, it started reaching other countries, and as of 2006 it was available in most of the countries of Latin America.

On April 27, 2009 the channel launched a new image, with new idents, bumpers and new colors for the logo. The new identity was called “look & feel” and represents the beginnings of color television.

On April 29, 2013 the channel began to use the current logos and idents used by its parent channel.

On October 7, 2020 the channel closed down and was replaced by VH1 Europe.

  • Old Is Cool (formerly VH1 Clásico)
  • Video Hits One
  • Videografía
  • Best Of

Reality shows

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