Cinemax Logo – Cinemax (also known as Max in some markets) is a television channel from Time Warner (In the United States) distributed in Latin America by HBO Latin America to various TV networks subscription. In 1994, HBO Olé air launched Cinemax, transmitting a signal that only differed movies and HBO, which broadcast no concerts or sports, and broadcast 24 hours a day just movies (HBO Olé still make the transition to programming 24 hours a day only in 1997). Cinemax also conveyed erotic type films, but only after midnight.
Cinemax also focused on the transmission of movies, series and miniseries awards in the present and past. Also characterized by high independent broadcasting, films that do not reach the theaters, nor were displayed on any other channel. HBO Latin America Group owns the signals on the continent and is responsible for the distribution and sale of various basic and premium channels.
The channel had 2 signals to fit the schedule of the spectators, hours west of Mexico and east to the schedule of Argentina (-3 hours with respect to the signal West). Since it was opened was always within the basic package of cable operators that is why on June 1, 2010 replaced the signal east of Cinemax for a new channel named Max, thus leaving a single Cinemax West, which became definitively the basic subscription cable operators throughout Latin America.
From November 1, 2010 changed its programming and signal structure. The films in their original language with subtitles were removed to make way for the Spanish film suddoblado and movies already released to basic cable TV and even Open to the above, I add a schedule change from West (Schedule of Mexico) This (Schedule of Argentina).
On January 7, 2011, the new channel, Max wins a signal which now has 2 channels, East and West. In a number of pay TV operators was renamed Cinemax movie channels between basic. Besides commercial breaks were added when a film is being broadcast.
In late 2011, Cinemax brings together their signals by differentiating zones: north to Mexico, another for the rest of the continent and one for Brazil, in Portuguese. Recalling that before were all over the continent the 2 signals (East and West), in 2012 its renewed graphics and programming, content now showing on HBO series and movies as well as more current.