HBO Latin America enhances its premium television offering with the launch of a new HBO channel, HBO Signature. This new channel, which can only be enjoyed by those who subscribe to HBO’s premium package, arrives to further enhance the originality and exclusivity of the brand’s original programming by offering more content.
HBO Signature will be the destination of the content from pay-tv, and will reinforce the importance of the material produced exclusively by and for HBO. The new service, which will be available as of Feb. 1, will allow viewers to enjoy shows, miniseries, exclusive films made for TV and documentaries.[ Also Read: 10 Reasons I Like Indian TV Shows ]
As part of its programming schedule, HBO Signature will offer exclusive shows such as The Sopranos, Six Feet Under and Entourage; miniseries such as Band of Brothers, The Pacific and Mildred Pierce; Premium television films such Too Big to Fail, Grey Gardens and You Don’t Know Jack; and also documentaries.
“With this announcement, HBO continues demonstrating its commitment to the continent’s premium television and its consumers and clients, by offering unique and stand-out content all consolidated into one channel, HBO Signature,” stated Gustavo Grossmann, the channel’s vice-president and general manager.[ Also Read: Viggle Loyalty Program for Television ]
HBO Signature will begin transmission in all of Latin America and Brazil as of Feb. 1. For more information, visit www.hbomax.tv
HBO Latin America Group is a group of affiliated businesses belonging to Time Warner Entertainment Company, L.P. and Ole Communications Group.
HBO Latin America Group’s companies operate, direct, and are proprietors of the leading cable and satellite service providers in Latin America, Brazil and the Caribbean, including the signals of HBO, HBO2, HBO Plus, HBO Family, HBO Caribbean, HBO HD, HBO On Demand, MAX, MAX HD, Max Prime, Cinemax, A&E, A&E HD, AXN, AXN HD, The Biography Channel, E! Entertainment Television, The History Channel, The History Channel HD, Sony Entertainment Television, Sony Entertainment Television HD, Sony Spin, Warner Channel and Warner Channel HD.
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