Disney Channel Latin America

Disney Channel Latin America is a cable television channel and an edition of The Walt Disney Company-owned Disney Channel, broadcasting to Latin America and the Caribbean. It is broadcast in five feeds, North Zone, Center Zone, South Zone, and the Pacific Zone. It is marketed mostly to children; however, in recent years the diversity of viewers has expanded to include an older audience. Disney Channel Latin America is operated by Disney & ESPN Media Networks Latin America and The Walt Disney Company Latin America Inc., which are owned by The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). It started broadcasting in 2000 as a premium channel and it became a basic cable channel in 2004.

Chris Ross, president of Disney Channel Worldwide, has stated that the channel might be launched on Digital Terrestrial Television in the near future.

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