CNN Chile

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CNN Chile
CNN Chile Logo.svg
Launched December 4, 2008
Owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (a Time Warner company)
VTR Chile (a Liberty Global subsidiary)
Picture format 4:3 (SDTV)
Slogan "Está pasando, lo estás viendo"
Country Chile
Headquarters Huechuraba, Chile
Sister channel(s) CNN
CNN International
CNN-IBN
CNN Airport Network
CNN en Español
HLN
n-tv
CNN Turk
Chilevisión
Website http://www.cnnchile.com/
Availability
Satellite
Intelsat 705 3883 R, SR 3978
Movistar TV Digital Channel 424
Cable
VTR Channel 15 (Greater Santiago)
Channel 14 (Arica)
Channel 23 (Iquique)
Channel 15 (Calama)
Channel 17 (Antofagasta)
Channel 16 (Copiapó)
Channel 15 (La Serena-Coquimbo)
Channel 7 (Greater Valparaíso)
Channel 13 (San Antonio)
Channel 11 (Rancagua)
Channel 20 (Curicó)
Channel 15 (Talca)
Channel 16 (Chillán)
Channel 15 (Greater Concepción)
Channel 12 (Los Ángeles)
Channel 19 (Temuco)
Channel 19 (Valdivia)
Channel 19 (Puerto Montt)
Channel 14 (Coyhaique)

CNN Chile is a Chilean 24-hour television news channel launched on December 4, 2008.[1] It is a joint venture between VTR Chile, a Liberty Global subsidiary, and Turner Broadcasting, a unit of Time Warner. The channel is based in Santiago, Chile.[2]

Programming[edit]

Wikipedians being interviewed by a reporter for CNN Chile

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Coordinates: 33°23′28″S 70°36′50″W / 33.391°S 70.614°W / -33.391; -70.614