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Júpiter Comic (formerly known as Júpiter) was the first 24-hour pay television channel in Latin America, dedicated exclusively to humor and comedy. It was founded in Argentina in September 1991 and was owned by Imagen Satelital (later Claxson).

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1991-1996[]

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1996-2001[]

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Bodoni
Lithos
Launched:  1996

In 1996, the year of its 5th anniversary, Jupiter renews its image and extends its name to "Jupiter Comic". However, in September 2001, and about to celebrate 10 years on the air, the channel closed its broadcasts permanently, given its low profitability, being replaced by the second incarnation of Fashion TV in Latin America.

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