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Paramount Networks Americas

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Paramount Networks Americas
  • MTV Networks Latin America (1993–2011)
    Viacom International Media Networks The Americas (2011–2019)
    ViacomCBS Networks Americas (2019–2022)
Company typeSubsidiary
Pay television
Interactive Media
Founded1993; 31 years ago (1993)
Headquarters1111 Lincoln Rd, ,
Number of locations
5 offices
Area served
Key people
JC Acosta (president)
ParentParamount International Networks

Paramount Networks Americas (PNA)[citation needed] (formerly MTV Networks Latin America, Viacom International Media Networks The Americas, then ViacomCBS Networks Americas) is a subsidiary of Paramount Global. PNA's operational headquarters is located in Miami, Florida.


The following channels are:

Hispanic America[1]



PNA also manages the Paramount brands in Canada, through joint-ventures or license agreements:

Former channels


The company has regional offices in:


The Brazilian operations of what was then-known as MTVNLA, prior to the rebranding as VIMN The Americas, were called Viacom Networks Brasil, since Abril, the parent company of MTV Brasil, has the exclusive rights to the MTV brand in that country, though, from October 2013, VIMN The Americas reclaimed the MTV brand in Brazil and relaunched the channel, currently a broadcast network, as a cable channel. Viacom International Media Networks The Americas has announced the more localization of content on Nickelodeon for Brazil, and MTV and Nickelodeon channels for Argentina and Mexico.

See also


  1. ^ "MTV Latin America Confirms Rock Band Thirty Seconds to Mars to Perform at MTV World Stage Mexico" (Press release). Mexico: Retrieved May 31, 2012.

External links

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