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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

DIY Network is an American pay television network owned by Discovery, Inc. The network is a spin-off of HGTV; while it originally focused on instructional programming related to "do it yourself" activities, DIY Network has since focused on personality-based, documentary-style reality series related to home repair and renovation.

As of February 2015, DIY Network is available to approximately 60,942,000 pay television households (52.4% of households with television) in the United States.[1]

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Programming

The shows carried over the network cover the gamut of various activities which are capable of being performed by amateurs at home. The current programming focuses on:

Programming that focused on other activities and hobbies have ceased. These include:

The network also carries reruns of the series This Old House, originally a PBS series about families who had their homes remodeled or rehabilitated, and as recently as late-2009, some older HGTV archive programming, including the Carol Duvall Show.

History

DIY was the second network to be launched by Scripps, following the success of HGTV. In fact, for the first two years the programming consisted of mixed and mashed clips of old HGTV programs while new content was developed. The network offered a large amount of broadband content (originally project worksheets and instruction pages for printout by users, later video clips and more) to create demand for and help cable operators launch their nascent broadband services. The broadband portal was first DIYnet.com, and has since been changed to DIYnetwork.com

DIY says they target a more male audience than HGTV (which is more female), although both channels have offerings which appeal to both.

The channel announced it would launch in high definition on May 1, 2010 on "two prominent distributors", and it would add 200 new original programs by year end.[3] One of the "prominent distributors" turned out to be Dish Network, which launched DIY HD on May 12, 2010.[4] DirecTV added DIY HD on September 19, 2012.

Magnolia Network conversion (2020)

In the summer of 2020, DIY Network will wind down operations, as Discovery will replace its channel space with that of the new Magnolia Network (a joint effort from Discovery and Fixer Upper stars Chip & Joanna Gaines).[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ Seidman, Robert (February 22, 2015). "List of how many homes each cable network is in as of February 2015". TV by the Numbers. Zap2it. Retrieved March 14, 2015.
  2. ^ Texas Flip and Move
  3. ^ 2010 Cable Upfronts: DIY Goes HD In May - Scripps Network Service To Unveil 17 New Series In 2010, Multichannel News, April 20, 2010
  4. ^ DISH Network Boosts Industry-Leading HD Lineup With Six New Channels
  5. ^ "DISCOVERY, CHIP AND JOANNA GAINS ANNOUNCE MULTI PLATFORM MEDIA JOINT VENTURE". Discovery. Retrieved 2019-04-10.

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