Nat Geo Kids (Latin America)

Nat Geo Kids
Launched April 8, 1996
Network Fox Networks Group Latin America
Owned by

National Geographic Partners, LLC

Picture format 1080i (HDTV) (rescaled to 480i/576i (16:9) for the standard channel resolution signal)
Slogan Despierta tu curiosidad
(Awaken your curiosity)
Language Spanish
English (secondary audio)
Broadcast area Latin America
Formerly called Utilísima Satelital (until November 4, 2013)
MundoFox (November 4, 2013-July 1, 2017)
Sister channel(s) Baby TV, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, Cinecanal, Fox, FX, Fox Premium, Fox Life, Cinecanal, Film Zone, Fox Sports, Fox Sports 2, Fox Sports 3
Website www.natgeokidsla.com

Nat Geo Kids is a specialty television channel targeting children, owned by a joint venture between 21st Century Fox and National Geographic Society, and operated by Fox Networks Group.[1] The channel broadcasts to the Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America. The content of the channel consists of educational cartoons, exploration programs, science, adventure and environmental conservation and children's series.

The channel was launched on April 8, 1996 as Utilísima Satelital, but it was rebranded on November 4, 2013 as MundoFox; many of Utilísima's programs were moved to Fox Life Latin America. On July 1, 2017, the channel was rebranded and reformatted as Nat Geo Kids.[2] The Brazilian counterpart of the channel was launched on October 3, 2017.

Current Programming

Movies exhibited by the Cine Kids block

Upcoming Programming

  • Nat Geo Lab
  • Pilar
  • Furiki Wheels
  • Opa Pupa Dupa

Cancelled Programming

References

  1. "Fox Networks Group lanza NatGeo Kids". ttvnews (in Spanish). 25 May 2017.
  2. "MundoFox dejará lugar a NatGeo Kids en la région". ttvnews (in Spanish). 23 May 2017.
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