Bandamax

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Bandamax
Bandamax logo.svg
CountryMexico
Ownership
OwnerTelevisa
Sister channelsTL Novelas, De Película, De Película Clásico, FOROtv, Las Estrellas, Telehit
History
LaunchedJuly 3, 1998
Links
Websitebandamax.tv
Availability
Cable
Available on most Mexican and American cable providersConsult local listings
Satellite
SKY México711
DirecTVChannel 433
Dish NetworkChannel 867
IPTV
AT&T TVChannel 433

Bandamax is a 24-hour cable television music channel owned by Televisa under Televisa Networks. It is available in Mexico, United States, and Latin America. It focuses on Regional Mexican music; in addition to banda music, its playlist includes mariachi and norteño, among others.

History[edit]

Bandamax was released on December 1, 1996. In the beginning, the channel had its own programs. However, in late 1998, its programming became automated in music videos. In November 2003, the channel was officially launched in the United States. Two years later, in 2005, at the request of the channel's audience, Bandamax again incorporated original production programs.

Logo used from 1998 to 2015.

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