HTV (Latin America)

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HispanicTV
Htv logo.svg
Launched August 1, 1995
Network Turner Broadcasting System
Owned by WarnerMedia (HTV, LLC)
Slogan Se pone bueno
(It Gets Good)
Country United States
Broadcast area United States, Latin America and Europe
Headquarters Miami, Florida
Sister channel(s) Glitz*
Infinito
I.Sat
MuchMusic
Space
TCM
truTV
Tooncast
TNT
Website www.htv.com
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV
 Argentina
 Chile
 Colombia
 Ecuador
 Peru
 Uruguay
 Venezuela
Channel 272
Movistar TV Digital
 Chile
 Venezuela
Channel 389
TuVes HD
 Chile
Channel 113
Telefónica TV Digital
 Colombia
Channel 397
Dish Mexico
 Mexico
Channel 260
Cable
Inter
 Venezuela
Channel 25
Cable Mágico
 Peru
Channel 46
Telmex TV
 Colombia
Channel 5
ONO
 Spain
Channel 125
Cablevisión
 Argentina
Channel 511
VTR
 Chile
Channel 315
Telecable
 Dominican Republic
Channel 231
TigoStar
 El Salvador
Channel 32
TigoStar
 Guatemala
Channel 69

HTV (formerly an acronym of Hispanic Television) is a Latin American pay television channel that broadcasts Hispanic music videos. It is owned by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America and it is also available in the United States and Europe. It airs Latin music genres such as balada, salsa, merengue and other popular rhythms from that region, introduced by artists themselves as VJs.

The channel was first launched in 1996 by Claxson Interactive Group. In 2006, Turner Broadcasting System purchased Claxson's channels suit, which included regional networks such as Glitz, Infinito, I.Sat, Much Music, Retro and Space.

In 2010, Dish Network stopped carrying HTV in the United States.

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