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Owned by Access Media Group
Country United States
Broadcast area National
(And via the Internet on AMGTV's Web Site)
C Band Galaxy 19
Southern Fibernet IPTV (SD) 222
Streaming media
Digital media receiver Roku[1]

AMGTV is an American family-oriented television network featuring television programming consisting of drama, sports, movies, entertainment, how-to, hunting and fishing, children's shows, and other features. The network 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 Youtoo TV and like networks. AMGTV also syndicates several movie packages and music specials to stations outside their affiliate base.

The president of AMGTV is Terry Elaqua.[2]

Over-The-Air Affiliates[edit]


State City Station Channel Owner
Alaska Kenai Peninsula K06OR-D 6.1
California Los Angeles KSFV-CD 6.4 Venture Technologies Group
California Palm Springs KAKZ-LD 4.3 Tara Broadcasting
Colorado Cortez K30HJ-D 30.4 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association
Kansas Wichita KCTU-LD 43.5 River City Broadcasters Inc.
Minnesota Duluth KCWV 27.1 Flinn Broadcasting
Mississippi Biloxi WKFK-LD 7.3 NCN Cable Advertising
Montana Glasgow K43CQ-D 43.2 Valley County TV District #1
Nevada Las Vegas KHMP-LD 18.1 Prism Broadcasting
New York Newburgh WEPT-CD 15.1 Venture Technologies Group
Ohio Cincinnati WOTH-CD 20.5 Block Broadcasting

Current Programming[edit]


Children [E/I]:





  • Babe Winkelman
  • Jimmy Houston
  • Jimmy Houston Outdoors
  • Sporting Dog TV
  • The Scott Martin Challenge
  • Wing Shooting


  • Bluegrass Ridge
  • Country Fix
  • Country Juke Box - Time Life
  • Music Mix USA
  • Nashville Unleashed
  • Southern Glory

Science Fiction:


  • Classic Car Garage
  • Pro Wrestling Around the World
  • Raceline
  • Rolling Art
  • The Real Winning Edge
  • Wildside Anarchy Wrestling


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.[5] 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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