All Music

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Not to be confused with AllMusic.
All Music
All Music.svg
Launched October 3, 2004
Closed October 19, 2009
Owned by Elemedia
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Country Italy
Formerly called Rete A (until 2004)
Replaced by DeeJay TV

All Music was an Italian free-to-air television station that mainly broadcast music videos and music programs. Originally called Rete A, the name was changed to Rete A - All Music, and for a brief period was affiliated before with MTV Italy and after with VIVA.


In late 2004 the former owner, the Italian publishing company Gruppo Editoriale Peruzzo changed the station's name to All Music and sold the network to Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso, although the Rete A name is still used for the Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso analogue and terrestrial television network.

In 2009, to boost the falling audiences, All Music was closed and rebranded as DeeJay TV, formerly used for a pay television channel on Sky Italia.

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