Disney Channel Goes To Argentina

The Disney Channel this month will become part of the basic programming lineup for CableVision, Argentina's leading cable operator.

MEXICO CITY (Hollywood Reporter)--The Disney Channel this month will become part of the basic programming lineup for CableVision, Argentina's leading cable operator.

The Walt Disney Co. Latin America says the 24-hour channel will first be transmitted in the greater Buenos Aires area and other key capital cities. As of June, the channel will be made available throughout the nation to CableVision's 1.2 million subscribers.

Disney Latin America will continue to produce content for the local market, including "Playhouse Disney," "Zapping Zone" and "Art Attack." The company makes original productions for all three shows in Argentina, Mexico and Brazil.
THE BILLBOARD BIZ
SUBSCRIBER EXPERIENCE

The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.com/business.


To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement.