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Animax (Latin America)

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Animax
Animax3.png
Launched 31 July 2005
Closed 1 May 2011
Network Animax
Owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment
Slogan El nuevo orden televisivo (2005)
24 horas Full Anime (2005-2007)
TV Extraordinaria (2008-2011)
Country Brazil (Independent Feed)[1]
Venezuela
Language Spanish, Portuguese
Broadcast area Latin America
Replaced Locomotion
Replaced by Sony Spin
Sister channel(s) Sony Entertainment Television
AXN
Website animaxtv.com

Animax was the Latin American version of Animax. It replaced the Locomotion TV channel on 31 July 2005,[2] which was acquired by Sony in 18 January of the same year. Animax was divided into four feeds: three in Spanish (Venezuela, Mexico and Panregional) and one in Portuguese (Brazil).

The channel was replaced by Sony Spin on 1 May 2011,[3] which continued airing anime until 5 March 2012.

History

Being Sony's first attempt to offer a 24-hour anime channel in Latin America, it planned to broadcast series in two formats. The majority of the series containing 25 episodes or more, would be aired on weekdays, whereas series with fewer than 25 episodes would be shown on certain days of the week, much like it's done in Japan. It is usual to find in one day a premiere episode of a series as well as a minimal of two encores. Also, at the end of every series, the channel airs a section called Animedia, which shows video clips of Japanese artists' songs, extra information about anime and other themes, summaries of events dedicated to anime and presentations about future series for the channel. In January 2007, it began to air a segment called Animax Nius (Nius = News), a teaser featuring news related to anime and other topics.

As of 2011, anime has been relegated to late nights, as Western programming has taken over most of Animax's airtime. In May 1, 2011, the channel was renamed Sony Spin, and changed almost the entirety of its programming.

Programming

List of TV series aired:

List of anime series aired:

List of anime movies aired:

Translation and dubbing teams

Several dubbing studios have participated in the translation of the aforementioned series for their premiere on Animax, and are located in key countries like Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela. After Animax's arrival in 2005, numerous series were translated and dubbed into Spanish and Portuguese languages, including Blood+, The Twelve Kingdoms, Steel Angel Kurumi, Noir, Wolf's Rain, Martian Successor Nadesico, Galaxy Angel and others.

References

  1. ^ ANMTV - Animax: Sony anuncia regionalização de seus canais no Brasil.
  2. ^ "terra | entretenimiento". 2015-07-08. Archived from the original on 2015-07-08. Retrieved 2017-05-20. 
  3. ^ "Animax Latinoamérica cambia de nombre - Anime, Manga y TV". www.anmtvla.com. Retrieved 2017-05-20. 
This page was last edited on 14 August 2018, at 16:02
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