1994-00-00 Resort Sports Network (RSN Television) was launched. It was rebanded as Outside TV later.
1994-00-00 Prime Ticket changed its name to Prime Sports West, date and year unknown.
1994-01-01 Bloomberg Television was launched.
1994-04-01 Outdoor Channel was launched.
1994-01-07 Channel 30 San Bernadino relaunched.
1994-02-01 (Encore 8) Starz! (PAY) was launched. It was Encore's first official multiplexed channel that would be a competitor to HBO and Showtime. Encore used the Encore "n" branding in their main IDs of their multiplexed channels until 2002.
1994-04-14 Turner Classic Movies was launched.
1994-05-03 Classic Arts Showcase promoting the fine arts was launched.
1994-05-23 Channel 53 Riverside was launched.
1994-06-00 TV! Network was launched.
1994-06-01 fX Netowrk was launched.
1994-06-01 Trio was launched.
1994-07-01 MuchMusic USA was launched.
1994-07-01 (Encore 2) Love Stories (PAY) was launched. It was an Encore multiplexed theme channel.
1994-07-01 (Encore 3) Westerns (PAY) was launched. It was an Encore multiplexed theme channel.
1994-07-01 (Encore 4) Mystery (PAY) was launched. It was an Encore multiplexed theme channel.
1994-07-04 America's Talking signed on.
1994-07-11 PBS Kids was a programming bloack that served as a replacement for the PBS network's existing children's educaitonal programming block.
1994-09-01 IFC (The Independent Film Channel) was launched.
1994-09-12 (Encore 5) Action (PAY) was launched. It was an Encore multiplexed theme channel.
1994-09-12 (Encore 6) True Stories And Drama (PAY) was launched. It was an Encore multiplexed theme channel.
1994-09-12 (Encore 7) WAM! America's Youth Network (PAY) was launched. It was an Encore multiplexed theme channel.
1994-10-31 fXM (or Fox Movie Channel) was launched.
1994-12-00 Sega Channel was launched.
1994-12-01 GSN (Game Show Network) was launched.
1994-12-01 HGTV (Home and Garden Television) was launched.
1994-13-00 Americana Television Network signed off.
In 1994, Must-carry retransmission consent players launch FX, America's Talking, ESPN 2 and Home and Garden Television Network (HGTV).
Source: The Cable Center website: Cable History Timeline: http://www.cablecenter.org/resources/exhibits/cable-history-timeline.html