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A Quick Tip by drifter51

  • Nov 5, 2011
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Used to be much more enjoyable when they concentrated on travel.
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November 05, 2011
I have to agree with you. It seems its almost a food network anymore instead of travel. I like some of the food networks, but when I want to learn about travel I don't want to hear about food necessarily.
 
November 05, 2011
I don't mind their new food channels though! Actually, I never really watched Travel Channel much until then :P
 
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The Travel Channel is a satellite and cable television channel that is headquartered in Chevy Chase, Maryland, US. It features documentaries and how-to shows related to travel and leisure around the United States and throughout the world. Programming has included shows in African animal safaris, tours of grand hotels, and visits to significant cities and towns. However, recent programming is almost entirely focused on food, while other limited programming, such as Ghost Adventures, puts an emphasis on allegedly haunted locations. A new program titled "Deathwish Movers" follows the work of a moving crew as they attempt to place furniture in the upper floors of tall buildings. The network is available in 95 million homes in the United States.[1]
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