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|Headquarters||Atlanta, GA1, USA|
|Number of locations||41|
|Area served||Latin America except Brazil1|
|Production output||Cable channels|
|Revenue||$75 million (2000)1|
|Parent||Fox International Channels
(Fox Networks Group)
LAP TV (Latin American Pay Television Service) is a Latin American pay television company owned by Fox International Channels. It runs several film and television series channels, such as Cinecanal, Movie City and The Film Zone.
LAP TV was formed as a partnership between Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount Pictures, and Fox in Latin America2 in 19931 with Universal Studios joining later.3 On May 22, 2012, Fox International Channels acquired MGM's stake in LAP TV.4 In March 2013, Fox purchased Paramount's position in the company, thus becoming the sole owner of LAP TV, and sign a content agreement with LAP TV.2
- Movie City (1997) new releases only
- Cinecanal (1993) mix of new releases and slightly older films
- Cinecanal2 (1996) mix of new releases and slightly older films
- Cinecanal Classic (2004)
- Erin Moriarty (July 10, 2000). "LAPTV finds right Latin channel". Atlanta Business Chronicle. Retrieved October 4, 2013.
- Juan Fernandez Gonzalez (March 10, 2013). "Fox International owns 100% of LAPTV". rapidtvnews.com. Retrieved October 4, 2013.
- Ulin, Jeff. Page 278. The business of media distribution: monetizing film, TV, and video content. Taylor & Francis US, 2010. books.google.com.
- "FOX International Channels to Acquire Additional Stake in LAPTV from MGM". FOX International Channels website. 2012-05-22.
- "Moviecity Cronología". LAPTV. 2012-05-22.
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