Talk:A&E (TV channel)
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- Strongly object. A&E Network (maybe just A&E ?) or AETV is a TV network, whereas A&E Television Networks or AETN is the company to which it belongs, along with the History/Biography/Military channels.   –radiojon 02:57, 2005 Jun 4 (UTC)
- My bad--yes, my request is to move A&E Network (not A&E Networks) to A&E Television Networks. The s at the end was a typo. Although looking back at the entry for A&E Network, it seems that it could potentially be split & developed into two separate entries: (1) A&E Television Networks (the correct name of the company), and (2) A&E (the channel, which would include the list of shows) — Literaryfairy 00:17, Jun 3, 2005 (UTC)
I think the suggestion above is quite a sensible idea. I'm not going to move anything for the moment as I'm hoping for more input. When a decision is made do please feel free to come along to my talk page and I'll help in any way I can. violet/riga (t) 22:10, 8 Jun 2005 (UTC)
This is similar to the situation with major record labels, radio & TV stations, and other media outlets where big-time corporate consolidation has resulted in each formerly independent label, station, channel, or network being preserved as just a brand. Regardless of the A&E channel/network's origins, it is marketed as, and is thus widely considered to be, not synonymous with the corporation that also owns The History Channel and The Biography Channel. I think the distinction between the parent company and the channels/brands should be preserved here. So, I agree with Literaryfairy, although the specific article names don't really matter much to me. — mjb 21:09, 12 August 2005 (UTC)
The English Channel
I can't find a reference, but didn't A&E start out as 'The English Channel'? before expaniding to it's pre-reality programming? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Pqdave (talk • contribs) 07:13, 6 January 2006.
- No. The history as given in the article is correct...which is probably why you can't find a reference. Canonblack 23:35, 7 March 2006 (UTC)
Tidied things up with footnotes, headings and a toc. Also added a few numbers about the network's highest-rated programs. Casey Abell 15:40, 30 September 2006 (UTC)
breakfast with the arts - still exists?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A&E_Network states (end of section 1 and beginning of section 2) -
"The show Breakfast with the Arts, which still airs, once featured a higher quantity of classical music than it does now, and fewer interviews.
 Recent developments
Between 2003 and 2007, the channel gradually retired several long-running series, moving Murder, She Wrote and Agatha Christie's Poirot to The Biography Channel and cancelling Breakfast with the Arts, in favor of reality programming such as Dog The Bounty Hunter, Growing Up Gotti, Family Plots, Airline, Inked, King of Cars, and Criss Angel Mindfreak."
one place says "breakfast with the arts" still airs. later cancellation is indicated.
I don't know if it deserves mention in the main article, but I did spend a while looking for the name of the song used in the new commerical. (I found it very touching, especially the two coreys part, and the Sopranos part)
1st part. Not sure - (two men sitting in a truck 'Could u have faith in an ex-convict who talks to God?'
2nd part. Not sure - (female swat member 'you got what it takes to confront America's most dangerous criminals?'
3rd part. Not sure - (male in a hoodie 'you got the courage to face the next world?'
The commerical features the song The Surface of the Sun by John Murphy
A low quality clip of the commercial on youtube http://youtube.com/watch?v=WLdicrMy2yI
The full song on youtube http://youtube.com/watch?v=rWlXU2DeYkQ
A forum post (source) http://adtunes.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=43634
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Interview show in early years
In its early years A&E had an interview show which was excellent. As I remember the interviewer was never on camera. I don’t know who he was. Perhaps someone remembers. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 21:10, 10 June 2014 (UTC)