|Founded||March 9, 1993|
|Owner||Warner Bros. Discovery|
|Parent||Warner Bros. Discovery International|
Warner Bros. Discovery Americas (formerly Turner Broadcasting System Latin America, later WarnerMedia Latin America) is a company managing a collection of pay networks and other services in Latin America. Founded in 1993, the division currently operates the following brands: HBO, CNN International, CNN en Español, CNN Chile, TNT, TNT Sports, Space, Warner TV, Cartoon Network, Cartoonito, Tooncast, and the streaming service HBO Max.
In April 2022, the company merged with Miami, Florida's Discovery Latin America (founded on August 1, 1994) after its owner, WarnerMedia (then owned by AT&T before being spun off), merged with Discovery, Inc. The merger added channels such as Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, Food Network, HGTV, Mega, ETC, Discovery Home & Health, Discovery Turbo, Investigation Discovery, Discovery Science, and the streaming service Discovery+ (set to merge with HBO Max).
Imagen Satelital S.A. (formerly Turner Internacional Argentina), is an Argentine commercial broadcasting company headquartered in Buenos Aires. It is a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Discovery Americas. The company was bought by Claxson Interactive Group in 1997, which later sold the group to Turner Broadcasting System in 2007.