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Can anyone help me to identify this font? It's used in TCM subtitles for Latin-American TV.

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Thanks so much...

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WhatTheFont didn't work for me, and it's neither of these, but I can think of two fonts that might help if you are looking for something readable and subtitle-like:

Trebuchet:

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Univers 45:

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    It's neither of these, but Trebuchet is in the ballpark if 'close enough' will work. – DA01 Nov 4 '13 at 22:46
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It's either Lucida Sans or Optima. A lower-case g or capital M in the example would have clinched it. Lucida's g is single-storey; Optima's is two-storey. Optima's M is slightly splayed; Lucida's is not.

Lucida Sans: Lucida Sans example

Optima: Optima example

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