Country Music Television facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCountry Music Television
|Launched||March 5, 1983|
|Owned by||Viacom Media Networks (Viacom Inc.)|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)
|Headquarters||Nashville, Tennessee, United States|
|Formerly called||CMTV (1983)|
|Sister channel(s)||MTV, MTV2, VH1, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, CMT Pure Country, CMT Canada, Spike, TV Land, Palladia, VH1 Classic|
|Timeshift service||CMT East
|Dish Network||166 (HD/SD)|
|Verizon FiOS||221 (SD)|
|Available on most cable providers||Check your local listings for details|
CMT (Country Music Television) is an American country music cable television channel. Some of the programs on the channel include country music videos, taped concerts, movies, biographies of country music stars, game shows, and reality programs.
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The network's fourth logo made its debut on air in 1991, and ran until 2004. The first version of the logo consisted of a red "C", a yellow "M", and a blue "T", all in black squares, similar to a child's alphabet blocks, and was often seen in various color schemes in Station ID's. In 1997, a "GENUINE" stamp was added to the logo. Its colors were swapped in 2000 by MTV.
CMT's headquarters are located in offices in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
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