ZAZ (TV channel)

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ZAZ
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Launched October 1, 1991 (Mexico)
November 1, 1996 (rest of Latin America)
Closed July 31, 2012
Owned by MVS Comunicaciones
Picture format 480i
Slogan Más cool, como tú (2010-2012)
Country Mexico
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Mexico
Headquarters Mexico City
Sister channel(s) 52MX
Cinelatino
Exa TV
Multicinema
Multipremier
Antena 3
Website ZAZ (dead link)

ZAZ was a Mexican cable television network owned by MVS Comunicaciones aimed at children and teenagers. The cable network was launched in Mexico in October 1991 and expanded to the rest of Latin America in 1996. In Mexico and Latin America it was available through various cable television companies.[1] Originally its programming consisted of "non-violent" animated and live-action series, though on its final years the channel's concept was changed, airing anime series and family movies.

Due to low ratings and gradual loss of programming, the channel ceased operations on July 31, 2012, with no official replacement (many cable systems that carried ZAZ replaced it with music-oriented channel Exa TV, also owned by MVS).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ MVS: ZAZ information (in Spanish)