Movie Channel

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AMC (TV Channel) - History - 2000s - Format Change
... Its revenue came from the cable providers that offered the channel to subscribers ... to put ads between, and then also within, movies ... interruptions between films, while its sister movie channel Romance Classics became an entirely ad-supported channel ...
List Of Television Stations In Norway - Other Channels - Defunct Television Channels
3+ - General entertainment channel (1 July 1996 - 1 October 1996) BBC Prime - Entertainment channel replaced by BBC Entertainment (???? - 2008) BBC Food - Food channel Merged with BBC Lifestyle (2004–2008) C More ...
Channel Zero (company) - Assets - Specialty Channels
... Channel Zero owns and operates three specialty television channels Fight Now TV - an American sports channel devoted to combatant sports including boxing ... Rewind - Movie channel devoted to classic films from the 1970's to the 1990's ... Silver Screen Classics - Movie channel devoted to classic films from the 1930s through to the 1960s ...
The Movie Channel (UK)
... The Movie Channel was a British television channel, which only showed movies ... Launched on BSB in 1990, The Movie Channel was a predecessor of some of the Sky Movies channels, having survived the merger with Sky Television, another satellite ... After the merger on 31 March 1991, The Movie Channel continued to broadcast until 1997 when it was rebranded as Sky Movies Screen 2 ...
Movie Mania
... Movie Mania was a 24 hour movie network that catered to fans of the B-Movie genre and was targeted at a male audience ... The channel was organized into rough eight-hour blocks, so the same movie was generally shown three times per day ... Genres shown on the channel were Premier Theatre, Action Theatre, Sci Fi Station, Comedy Corner, Horror Feature, Classic Cinema and M2 Movie as well as M2 Specials ...

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