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  The History Channel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The History Channel is a mainstream cable television channel, which presents programming related to historical events and persons—often with observations and explanations by noted historians as well as reenactors and interviews with witnesses.
The History Channel maintains a non-profit fund called Save Our History, dedicated to the preservation of history and historical sites and artifacts, similar in spirit but not to be confused with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
A high-definition version of the History Channel was launched at 8pm BST on Thursday October 26, 2006, on the Sky HD platform in the United Kingdom.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/History_Channel   (528 words)

  
 History Channel: History International
HISTORY CHANNEL INTERNATIONAL is devoted to international topics and brings viewers a unique, in-depth understanding of the world around them.
HISTORY CHANNEL INTERNATIONAL is the one place that puts historical facts and events in fresh focus, offering a more specific appeal to the history enthusiast.
The histories of Ireland and England have been intertwined for centuries.
boards.historychannel.com /category.jspa?categoryID=3028&start=140   (257 words)

  
 AETN International - The History Channel
The channel attracts an upscale, predominantly male viewer, in the 25-54 demographics, that is coveted by advertisers.
Ancient History breathes life into the stories, legends and mysteries that have been passed down from the beginning of human history.
Contemporary History lets viewers experience the places, the people and the events that have left a recent mark on world history.
www.aetninternational.com /build_history.jsp   (831 words)

  
 A & E Networks
Now reaching over 64 million Nielsen subscribers, The History Channel reveals the power and passion of history as an inviting place where people experience history personally and connect their own lives to the great lives and events of the past.
History Channel International is where the world tells its stories, providing viewers with a window into non-U.S. perspectives that is unique on television.
The History Channel is now available in 58 countries worldwide through partners and affiliates in Latin America (including Brazil), the UK, France and French-speaking territories, the Scandinavian region, Japan, Spain, Portugal, Australia, the Middle East and Israel.
www.hearstcorp.com /entertainment/property/ent_cable_ae.html   (547 words)

  
 News & Documentaries List
The History Channel™ is Australia’s only television channel purely dedicated to history 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The History Channel is part of a global, award winning network with access to a vast library of the world’s best historical programming via The History Channel International.
The History Channel brand is licensed by FOXTEL Management Pty Ltd from AandE Television Networks International and although part of an international network, The History Channel is 100% produced, programmed, broadcast and controlled locally which ensures that it maintains a strong connection with Australia and our history and culture.
www.foxtel.com.au /channel/channel_3134.html   (190 words)

  
 History Channel International Will Feature Professor Joshua Sanborn Thursday
Sanborn provides his insights as a Russian history expert, particularly in the World War I period, for the taped episode "The Russian Revolution, 1917." Anchored by historian Alberto Coll from New York City, "Global View" is a weekly program that examines stories making headlines around the world and puts them into historical context.
Sanborn is joined by fellow Russian history experts Robert Service of St. Antony's College at Oxford University, Alexander Rabinowitch of Indiana University, and Melissa Stockdale of University of Oklahoma.
Student participants in the research project have included Sarah Glacel ’01 and Stephanie Stawicki ’04, graduates with majors in both international affairs and Russian and East European studies; Maria Azimova ’06 (Tashkent, Uzbekistan), who is pursuing a B.S. degree in chemical engineering and an A.B. with a major in mathematics; and other students.
www.lafayette.edu /news.php/view/7034   (481 words)

  
 Raven Gives History Wings - Company Operations Cable World - Find Articles
The new chief of the History Channel, Raven embarked upon her cable career in 1982, temping as a secretary at Daytime, the forerunner to Lifetime Television.
Therefore, the History Channel will be investing more in its signature series with 100 new hours devoted to History's Mysteries, hosted by Arthur Kent, and History Alive, with Roger Mudd.
So instead of running a typical, behind-the-scenes special on a current Hollywood history epic, like Gladiator, Raven said the History Channel often takes a "History vs. Hollywood" approach, bringing forth the fact and fiction in movies and the way history is looked at in popular culture.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0DIZ/is_19_12/ai_62400616   (887 words)

  
 Links for History
The History Channel has a marvelous depth of information on a wide variety of historical topics and provides well written and easy-to-read pieces that indicate the authors and the sources from which they were taken.
History Channel International: This site is small, but it is growing and focusses only on international historical events and information.
Its not as flashy as Discovery, or as specialized as the History Channel, but it has some nice personal touches, such as short audio clips of interviews, that provide a different insight into a subject.
www.mailbag.com /users/eaglesch/aa.links.for.history.htm   (1174 words)

  
 History International - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
History International is a digital cable television channel that features historical documentaries with an international focus.
It is a sister network to The History Channel.
It has the same focus as competing channel Discovery Times, albeit not as focused on current events.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/History_Channel_International   (123 words)

  
 J. David Markham Napoleonic History - Home
The Legion of Merit is the highest award given by the International Napoleonic Society, and recognizes special contributions to the field of Napoleonic studies.
History Channel Conquerors segments on Napoleon (19 June 2005) and Julius Caesar (June 26, 2005).
History Channel production that tells the stories of the greatest military commanders of all time, including segments with J. David Markham on Napoleon and Julius Caesar.
www.napoleonichistory.com   (1818 words)

  
 Schedule
Join us for an invigorating look at brewing's history from prehistoric times to today's cutting-edge craft breweries, focusing on its gradually evolving technologies and breakthroughs.
We trace the history of distilling from the one-man/one-still tradition to the Voldstead Act of 1920 that devastated American distilleries to the mega-sales and high-volume distillery of today.
Fascinating story of how the bawdy Roman Saturnalia, a week-long festival of food and drink that culminated on December 25, became the centerpiece of the Christian year, and why the holiday is known as much for shopping as the birth of Christ.
www.historychannel.com /global/listings/listings.jsp?NetwCode=HCI   (374 words)

  
 ChristianHistory.net | Learn the History of Christianity & the Church
THIS WEEK IN CHRISTIAN HISTORY: The first Christmas cards are created and sold for a shilling.
A new exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., "Prayers and Portraits: Unfolding the Netherlandish Diptych," examines the beautiful 15th- and 16th-century paintings that were hinged together to be opened and closed like a book.
Although diptychs have a long history of Christian use, they enjoyed a new surge in popularity in the 15th and 16th centuries in conjunction with a movement called Devotio Moderna.
www.christianitytoday.com /history   (890 words)

  
 Tufts E-News -- History's Historian
Tufts graduate Libby Haight O'Connell's passion for history translated into a prominent position as one of its chief marketers and advocates.
Though her new position gives her oversight over the entire AandE family – including AandE, The History Channel, Biography Channel, History International, History en Español and Military History – Haight O'Connell notes the launch of The History Channel as one of her top accomplishments.
After her graduate studies and a stint working in educational development at a N.Y. museum, Haight O'Connell met Whitney Goit, current senior vice president for AandE, who was developing plans for what would become The History Channel.
www.tufts.edu /communications/stories/040505HistorysHistorian.htm   (452 words)

  
 AETN International - News
THE HISTORY CHANNEL is currently available in over 60 countries worldwide, reaching more than 190 million TV households in over 20 languages.
AETN channels and programs are now available in more than 70 countries to over 190 Million TV Households.
SABC 2 is the channel with the biggest footprint in South Africa, providing programming for the family and affirming family values in an entertaining and informative manner.
www.aetninternational.com /news.jsp?id=9992757   (406 words)

  
 History International - NCTA.com
History International™ gives viewers a global perspective with original programming that makes a world of difference.
History International™ is currently in more than 37 million Nielsen households.
History International™, with more than 200 hours of original programming from around the world, provides viewers with an enriching mix of historical documentaries with a global focus, original short features, interviews with historians, and exclusive programs made or acquired in conjunction with our international partners.
www.ncta.com /ContentView.aspx?hidenavlink=true&type=orgtyp2&contentid=1646   (253 words)

  
 The History Channel on USS Liberty attack
The History Channel rebroadcasts the USS Liberty story every few weeks, a total of at least 24 times in the US plus additional broadcasts internationally.
Most recently, The History Channel documentary was Friday, April 15, 2005 at 9PM EST.
The History Channel video can be purchased on DVD or VHS from the history channel at http://www.thehistorychannel.com.
www.ussliberty.com /history405.htm   (952 words)

  
 AETN International - News
In addition, for the past three years, ZDF has aired a weekly history program on Sunday nights in partnership with THE HISTORY CHANNEL entitled ZDF History, which is hosted by Dr. Guido Knopp of the channel.
The network reveals the power and passion of history, allowing viewers to experience history personally and connect their own lives to the great lives and events of the past.
The channel’s rich catalogue features award-winning programming that covers a variety of topics including ancient history, contemporary history, military history and conflict, and technology and transport.
www.aetninternational.com /news.jsp?id=11971097   (917 words)

  
 "A History of Britain: Conquest!" to Air on History International Channel This Weekend
Thread: Gesta Normanorum: The Norman Heirs of the Vikings The descendants of Vikings who settled in northern France, the Normans were to take the spirit of their Scandinavian ancestors far and wide.
In recognition of the Battle of Hastings anniversary coming up next Thursday, October 14, the History International Channel is going to show three airings of the Simon Schama series "A History of Britain: Conquest!" this weekend, October 9th and 10th.
This is an excellent program about the Norman invasion and anyone who has a chance to see it again or see it for the first time should take advantage of the opportunity to do so if possible.
www.ancientworlds.net /422591   (338 words)

  
 History on the Internet: Historical Overview
World History outlines and historical era timelines featuring cross-referenced articles on the events and people of each era.
This exceptional online magazine is “where history lives on the web.” Fantastic American History content, and up-and-coming World History content, unfortunately not archived by historic period.
The goal of this website is to promulgate the discovery and love of art, using 100,000 art history slides belonging to the Jacques- Edouard Berger Foundation.
webpages.charter.net /usmc_sgt/Mesopotamia3/historical.html   (424 words)

  
 History Travel :: The History Channel
Discover some of Europe's most intriguing history and enticing scenery during this cruise along the legendary Rhine River, presenting Europe in a kaleidoscopic sweep of culture and landscapes.
Discover the splendor of the Indian subcontinent, a fascinating blend of diverse landscapes and cultural influences.
From her major cities to the tranquil countryside along the Yangtze River, delve into China's history, tradition, and ancient mysteries; visit areas of great natural beauty; and observe the lifestyle of the Chinese people.
www.historytravel.com   (220 words)

  
 GlobesGalore.com Announces Selection as Featured Tie-In Sponsor of the History Channel International’s “The ...
Edenvale Shoppes announced today that GlobeGalore.com has been selected as a featured tie-in sponsor of the History Channel International’s October series – "The Fall of The Great Empires".
Follow the countries explored on the History Channel International by using a quality World Globe or Gemstone Globe from GlobesGalore.com.
The History Channel International examines the cause of collapse for The Fall of the Great Empires, pinpointing the fascinating moments in which the destinies of entire nations and empires were determined.
www.prweb.com /releases/gemstone_globes/world_globe/prweb443044.htm   (694 words)

  
 Airliners.net Civil Aviation: History Channel - International Airports
It was a good show - lots of nice shots of various airports (DEN, IAD, LAX, LGA, AMS, CDG) and a nice history of the development of airports.
History Channel Aircraft Afternoon - 1/12 EST posted Thu Jan 12 2006 16:53:30 by Wukka
Documentary On KAL 007 On The History Channel Now posted Fri Dec 23 2005 02:11:01 by Jetjack74
www.airliners.net /discussions/general_aviation/read.main/1548308   (584 words)

  
 Drive Thru History America | About | Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Drive Thru History: America is a project 3 years in development that goes back to the original writings and words spoken by our Founders in order to explore the lives of these brave men and women and understand their character, faith, accomplishments and principles.
The award-winning Drive Thru History video series team, in collaboration with historian, David Barton (President of Wallbuilders) and accomplished curriculum specialist, Dr.
Drive Thru History is also a regular segment on TBN.
www.dthamerica.com /about   (363 words)

  
 Verizon FiOS TV - Channel Lineup   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Take a look at our national channel lineup to see the variety of genres, channels and packages we offer.
Please check the local channel lineup for a complete listings of channels available in your area.
Starz and related channels and service marks are property of Starz Entertainment Group LLC.
www22.verizon.com /FiosForHome/Channels/FiosTV/channel.aspx   (282 words)

  
 The History Channel Magazine
Members of The History Channel Club will also receive the Guide to Historic Places, featuring state-by-state listings of museums, lectures, auctions, re-enactments, parades and historical places.
AandE, Biography, The History Channel, The Biography Channel, AandE Classroom, and The History
Channel Classroom, and their respective logos are trademarks of AandE Television Networks.
store.aetv.com /html/product/index.jhtml?id=81362   (352 words)

  
 Wired News: 'The Best Search in History'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
On 27 November, AandE will launch a revamped version of its History Channel site, repositioning it as "the Web's first history portal, the best search in history," says Todd Tarpley, the network's new-media director.
Earlier this week, the network launched two new digital-TV channels, History Channel International and the Biography Channel.
Both new channels will have major online tie-ins, with the prototype History Channel International site evolving into a 24-hour-a-day content stream synchronized with the TV broadcasts.
www.wired.com /news/culture/0,1284,16350,00.html   (450 words)

  
 World History Blog: History Channel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
There is also History International, History Channel en Espanol, and the Military History Channel.
I find it very difficult to get away from the TV now as there is always at least one good history show that I am interested in.
In addition to TV schedules, it also has a history quiz, a discussion forum, video and audio clips, and a collection of resources for teachers.
world-history-blog.blogspot.com /2005/05/history-channel.html   (256 words)

  
 Copy Protection and History Channel International - TiVo Community & Store
But I have recorded three shows off History Channel International so far and all of them have been deleted prematurely before I could watch them.
I could look at the program history and see it was deleted because the content provider marked it for copy protection.
Your cable company is probably erroneously setting CCI=0x03 flag (copy never) on that channel which should only be used for PPV/VOD content.
www.tivocommunity.com /tivo-vb/showthread.php?t=326182   (319 words)

  
 A&E to Draft Military History Channel - 1/3/2005 12:02:00 AM - Multichannel News
For A&E Networks, the concept first peeked out of the foxhole last March, when History Channel International added a two-hour “Military History Channel” block two nights per week.
History will also look to develop a video-on-demand offering from the channel.
Military History Channel will also battle somewhat with the U.S. government-owned Pentagon Channel.
www.multichannel.com /article/CA490756.html?display=Breaking+News   (373 words)

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