AMGTV

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AMGTV
Amgtv.PNG
Owned by Access Media Group
Country United States
Broadcast area National
(And via the Internet on AMGTV's Web Site)
Website amgtv.tv
Availability
Terrestrial
Satellite
C-Band Galaxy 19
Cable
Available on select American cable systems Check local listings, channels may vary
Streaming media
Digital media receiver Roku[1]

AMGTV is an American family-oriented television network, featuring programming including sitcoms, lifestyle programs, sports, films and more. It is owned by the American company, Access Media Group (a company not related to the Canadian company of the same name).

AMGTV provides programming to television stations in the United States, and is a competitor of America One and like networks. AMGTV also syndicates several movie packages and music specials to stations outside of their affiliate base.

The president of AMGTV is Terry Elaqua.[2]

Affiliates[edit]

Over-the-Air affiliates [3]

State City Station Channel Owner
Arkansas Little Rock KJLR / KZJG 28 / 9 Cowsert Family, LLC
California Fresno KVHF-LD 4.4 Cocola Broadcasting
California Los Angeles KSFV-CA 6.4 Venture Technologies Group
Colorado Cortez K30HJ-D 30.4 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association
Florida West Palm Beach WWCI-CD 10 V-1 Productions, Inc.
Kansas Garden City KDGL-LD 23.3 High Plains Broadcasting, LLC.
Kansas Wichita KCTU-LD 43.5 River City Broadcasters Inc.
Massachusetts Springfield WTXX 34 R and S Broadcasting, LLC
Minnesota Alexandria, MN K50DB-D 50.1 Selective TV, Inc.
Minnesota Duluth, MN KCWV 27.1 George S. Flinn, III
Mississippi Biloxi WKFK-LD 7.3 NCN Cable Advertising
New Mexico Albuquerque KTVS 36 Alpha Omega Broadcasting of Albuquerque Inc.
New York Elmira WETM 18.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
New York Syracuse WOBX 35 Metro TV Inc.
Pennsylvania Philadelphia WTVE 51 NRJ TV License Company LLC
Texas Abilene KXVA / KIDZ-LD 15.2 London Broadcasting Corporation
Texas Odessa KOSA 7.2 ICA Broadcasting I, Ltd.
Texas Sherman KXII 12.2 Gray Television
US Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands WCVI 23.2 Virgin Blue, Inc.

Programing[edit]

On November 13, 2009 AMGTV announced it was premiering the TBC Global News Network weekly financial news program on AMGTV's 94 markets on Sunday November 15.[2]

Current Programming: Children [E/I]:

  • Animal Atlas
  • Angel's Friends
  • Ariel, Zoey, and Eli Too
  • Aqua Kids
  • Beta Records TV
  • Dogs & Cats In Training
  • Elizabeth Stantons Great Big World
  • Laura McKenzie's Traveler
  • The Centsables
  • Virus Attacks
  • Zoo Diaries

Drama:

  • Highway to Heaven
  • The Border

Entertainment:

  • Coastal Gardener
  • Crime Strike
  • Crook and Chase
  • Garden Travels
  • Great Chefs: New Garden
  • Insider Exclusive
  • Movie Star
  • Planet 360
  • Unscripted

Movies:

  • At the Movies

Sports:

  • Babe Winkleman
  • Jimmy Houston Outdoors
  • NWA Anarchy Wrestling
  • Pro Wrestling Around the World
  • Ringside Boxing
  • The Scott Martin Challenge
  • Wing Shooting
  • XTREME RACING

True:

  • Free Money
  • Golden Age of Country
  • Inside Music Row
  • Just Down The Road
  • Kustomonsters
  • Live, Love, Want, Need
  • Music Mix USA
  • Sprockets and Spices

Past Programming:[4]

  • Artfest Presents[5]
  • Box Office America
  • CA shotguns
  • Cabela's Outdoors
  • Cash Poker
  • Cinema Insomnia[6]
  • Coast Cuisine
  • Combat Showcase
  • Curiosity Quest
  • Championship Wrestling
  • Eye For An Eye
  • Fearless Music
  • Flaming Greek
  • Gina D's Kids Club
  • Heartland Poker
  • Heroes Among Us
  • Home Team
  • Inside Information
  • Inside Music Row
  • High Country
  • Jimmy Houston Outdoors
  • MMA Big Show [7]
  • Music Mix USA
  • Mystery Theater
  • NWA Anarchy Wrestling
  • Outdoorsman With Buck McNeely
  • On The Mike
  • Peter's Principles
  • Planet X
  • Port City PD [8]
  • Prime Wrestling
  • Pro Cup Racing
  • Ringside Boxing
  • Rolling Art
  • Sophisticated Comfort
  • Southern Psalms
  • Spy Games
  • Steel Dreams
  • Stress Free Cooking
  • Taste This
  • Taxi Cab Eateries
  • Tech Closeup
  • The Kustomonsters
  • Traders Nation
  • Video Block

Sports[edit]

On October 10, 2010 the American Indoor Football Association announced that AMGTV has agreed to air games from the upcoming 2011 AIFA West season. They had previously carried the 2010 season, prior to when the league split.[9] The AIFA West ceased operations January 2011; neither the league nor the network have indicated whether the deal is valid for the 2012 revival of the league.

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