|Founded||October 31, 1991|
|Defunct||May 4, 2020|
|Fate||Folded into WarnerMedia Latin America the channels it distributed went to Ole Distribution|
|Successor||Warner Bros. Discovery Americas|
Ole Distribution (Distributor of the other channels that HBO Latin America distributed)
|Owner||Warner Bros. Discovery International|
(all 4 are owned and operated by A+E Networks Latin America, expect Lifetime is a joint venture with Sony Pictures Television Latin America)
HBO Latin America was a company that owned and distributed several television channels in the region of Latin America. It was originally founded as a joint venture between Time Warner and Ole Communications in 1991 with the launch of HBO in the region. The HBO Brazilian channel was launched in 1994. In 1990s Sony and Disney became shareholders and left in 2010. The company later began distributing other channels from companies such as Turner, Sony, A&E and NBCUniversal.
In October 2019, WarnerMedia announced an agreement with Ole to acquire the latter's minority interest. HBO Brasil, which is another joint venture of HBO with Ole was not affected by the transaction. WarnerMedia and Ole Communications continued their basic television channel distribution in Latin America. Eventually, the company folded into WarnerMedia Latin America in 2020 (now Warner Bros. Discovery Americas).
HBO Latin America Group owns and operates these channels, which will be acquired by WarnerMedia: (most of those are simulcast in HD):
HBO Brasil (Brazil) is operated by HBO Brasil Partners, a separate partnership between WarnerMedia and Ole.
HBO Caribbean is operated as a division of HBO Latin America.
WarnerMedia distributes the following channels:
Owned by A+E Networks Latin America (owned by A+E Networks and Ole Communications):
NBCUniversal International Networks Latin America:
Sony Pictures Entertainment:
Warner Bros. Entertainment (operated by WarnerMedia International):