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Broadcast/Cable TV History - 1991
1991-00-00 Cinemax2 (PAY) was launched. It would be rebranded as MoreMax later.
1991-00-00 ValueVision was launched.
1991-00-00 The regional Madison Square Garden Network was renamed as the MSG Network.
1991-00-00 Hollywood Premiere Network ended.
1991-03-02 Satcom K3 satellite was launched.
1991-03-11 BBC World Service Television was launched.
1991-03-31 Ha!: TV Comedy Network signed off, merged with The Comedy Channel to form Comedy Central.
1991-03-31 The Comedy Channel signed off, merged with Ha! to form Comedy Central.
1991-04-01 Comedy Central was launched.
1991-04-01 Encore (PAY) was launched.
1991-05-21 FNN signs off.
1991-05-21 FNN Sports signed off.
1991-05-29 Satcom C5 satellite was launched.
1991-06-06 Foxnet was launched as a national feed of the Fox Broadcasting Company network intended for areas ranked below the top 100 television markets in the U.S.A. that were not served by an existing Fox-affiliated station.
1991-08-01 HBO2 (PAY) was launched.
1991-10-01 Showtime2 (PAY) was launched.
1991-13-00 SelecTV signed off in Los Angeles.
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