TVQuality was launched by Argentine business Programas Santa Clara in 1992 as the first pay documentary network in that country. In 4 April 1994 a new channel was launched under the name Educable, focused in educational documentaries for children.
The History Channel
In July 2000, Programas Santa Clara was sold to Ole Communications / A&E Networks Latin America with it TV networks TVQuality and Educable. The main network was renamed The History Channel in October 2000, meanwhile Educable's programming block was kept in the new channel, as well added to A&E Mundo's schedule until 2003.
|Joint-venture between WarnerMedia Latin America and Ole Communications
NBCUniversal International Networks Spanish Latin America 1
1 Most channels distributed in Spanish-speaking Latin America by Ole Distribution. Brazil distribution and marketing are handled by Globo; except for E! and DreamWorks, whose Brazilian versions are also operated by NBCUINSLA and distributed by Ole Distribution
|Co-owned by Hearst Communications and The Walt Disney Company
NOTE: Except for European markets which fully owned by Hearst (and its respective partners) since 2019.