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Broadcast/Cable TV History - 2010
2010-03-01 Ovation TV was rebranded as Ovation.
2010-03-29 the United States version of Nat Geo Wild (National Geographic Wild) was launched.
2010-05-12 Epix2 (PAY) was launched.
2010-05-31 Fine Living Network was relaunched as Cooking Channel.
2010-07-12 MTV Tr3s was shortened to Tr3s.
2010-08-11 The 3 From Epix (PAY) was launched.
2010-10-00 The Inspirational Network was rebranded The Inspiration Network.
2010-10-10 Discovery Kids Channel was relaunched as The Hub (later called The Hub Network).
2010-12-13 Discovery Health channel had its final day of broadcasting. OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) would replace it the following day.
2010-12-15 MeTV was launched as a national network. It was first launched as a programming format in Chicago on January 1, 2005.
Cable History Highlights For This Year Range
In 2010, ESPN 3D launches.
In 2010, FEARnet HD launches.
Source: The Cable Center website: Cable History Timeline: http://www.cablecenter.org/resources/exhibits/cable-history-timeline.html
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