Mushroom TV

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Mushroom TV Limited was an English television company and owner of several satellite television music channels. Mushroom operated Channel AKA, Starz TV and Greatest Hits TV. The company was launched in 2000 and, according to their website, were fully committed to supporting British acts and helping them to achieve success in the music industry.

On 22 June 2012, Mushroom TV entered liquidation.[1][2] Ofcom's television broadcast licensing update for May 2012, indicates that Channel AKA was sold to All Around the World Productions, Starz TV to Cloud Television One Limited and Greatest Hits TV to UltimateHits Limited.[3]

But, Greatest Hits TV was also owned by All Around the World Productions, but that channel closed and was replaced by NOW Music. In late 2013, Starz TV was bought by CSC Media Group, so, in 2014, CSC closed BuzMuzik for Starz TV to broadcast.

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  1. ^ "Notice: 1618796 (Issue: 60193)". The London Gazette. 28 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Nicki Minaj 'Beez in the Trap' video gets Starz TV in trouble". Digital Spy. 23 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Television Broadcast Licensing Update May 2012". Ofcom. Retrieved 25 July 2012. 

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