America's Auction Network

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America's Auction Network
Anntv logo.png
Owned by REN Media USA
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country United States
Language English
Broadcast area World Wide
Headquarters Clearwater, Florida
Website www.aanlive.com
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV Channel 324
Dish Network Channel 219
Cable
Bright House Channel 192
Time Warner Check local listings

America's Auction Network (or AANLive) is an American satellite television network specializing in over-the-air auctions[1]

AANlive is an American licensed and bonded auction network specializing in live television auctions broadcast via cable television, satellite television and online. Fine jewelry, gemstones, coins and currency, real estate, handbags and art are showcased 24-hours a day, 365-days a year in an auction atmosphere. AANlive has taken the auction experience and combined it with the convenience of today’s technology to create the most effortless and enjoyable experience possible. Knowledgeable experts comprise AANlive’s team of hosts, each offering years of expertise and acumen while providing humor, entertainment and fun.

AANlive, previously known as America’s Auction Network, was founded in April 2002 by modern-day treasure hunter Jeremiah Hartman. Hartman, previously an owner of jewelry stores and a host/vendor for Jewelry Television, saw a market for auctioning collectibles, and, after closing his last jewelry store, began America’s Auction Network. Initially, the network sold just jewelry, but quickly expanded to antiques, rugs, artwork, Native American Indian collectibles and jewelry, militaria and more. Real estate was added to its repertoire in 2007.

On March 27, 2017, the assets of America’s Auction Network were purchased by Ren Media Group USA, Inc.  AANlive headquarters moved to Clearwater, FL where it continues to broadcast.

References[edit]

  1. ^ America's Auction Network Accessed 12 Mar 2011.