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A TV channel that broadcasts programs about history and metaphysical phenomena

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Awesome book and history, Good read.
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Quick Tip by . February 28, 2012
I really love watching History Channel around the holidays. They always have some great programs about each holiday's origin. I especially enjoy their Halloween special.
review by . June 28, 2009
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While perusing the prime time lineup of History (formerly The History Channel) one has to wonder where did all the history go?  With programs like "Ice Road Truckers",  "Modern Marvels", and "Life After People" one wonders why programming like this even appears on a network that is purportedly devoted to the subject of history.  Some of this programming is OK but I find it a bit of a stretch to make an entire series about truck drivers …
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I am interested in religions, martial arts, history, reading, education, and philosophy. I love to draw,paint, and play chess. I love to meditate and do yoga and do tai-chi. I am Chinese American and … more
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Launched on January 1, 1995, the channel is owned by A&E joint venture (Hearst, Disney, NBC)[1] and operates, in various forms, in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Portugal, Israel, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, and Latin America. The network was also available in South Asia under a deal between STAR TV and AETN International until November 21, 2008. The channel has consistently produced prime time ratings in the U.S. comparable to or higher than the A&E Network itself.

In 2007 The History Channel launched "Take a Veteran to School Day," designed to foster relationships between U.S. military veterans and students; R. Lee Ermey is the spokesman for the initiative.

On February 16, 2008, a new logo was launched on the flagship American network. While keeping their trademark "H", the triangle shape on the left acts as a play button for animation and fly-outs during commercials and shows. The former logo form remains in place for the rest of the world. On March 20, 2008, The History Channel dropped the "The" and the "Channel" parts of its name to become History.

Programming covers a wide array of periods and topics, while similar topics are often organized into themed weeks or daily marathons. Subjects include military history, medieval history, the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, modern engineering, historical biographies, metaphysical subjects and disaster scenarios; a number of these documentaries ...

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