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Kerrang! TV
Programming
Picture format576i 16:9 SDTV
Ownership
OwnerChannel Four Television Corporation
Sister channels
History
Launched2 April 2001; 23 years ago (2 April 2001)
Closed30 June 2024; 3 days' time (30 June 2024)
Links
Websitewww.boxplus.com
Availability
Streaming media
Virgin TV GoWatch live (UK only)
Watch live (Ireland only)

Kerrang! TV is a British music television channel owned by Channel Four Television Corporation. The network uses the branding of the music magazine Kerrang! under a brand licensing agreement with Bauer Media Group. The channel primarily broadcasts music videos without set scheduling to allow text requests for their playlists.

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Background

The first broadcast of Kerrang! TV had a countdown of voters' most-desired videos. The most popular choice and the first video shown on Kerrang! TV was Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit". Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff" and Everlast's "Black Jesus" were also in the first three videos played.

Kerrang mainly airs nu metal, pop punk/skate punk and indie rock genre videos. Certain acts such as Tenacious D and Limp Bizkit got higher-than-average play rates, due to higher rates of text requests.[citation needed] Themed 30-minute segments often covered artists who were on the playlist, with large numbers of videos, most noticeably Green Day, Panic! at the Disco, Paramore and You Me at Six.[citation needed]

The station had an annual video countdown called the Rock 100, which covered the 100 most requested videos on the station (Rock or otherwise) in the previous year, and with links between blocks of tracks given by one of the featured bands. In 2005 Good Charlotte presented the Rock 100 from a strip club in Manchester. In 2009 Charlie Simpson made a voice-over for the show with clips from people's votes in the Download Festival.

Availability

The channel is available on many platforms including Sky and Virgin Media. It is part of a network of channels owned by The Box Plus Network, which include 4Music, Box Hits, Kiss, The Box and Magic. On 2 April 2013, all Box Television channels went free-to-air on satellite, apart from 4Music which went free-to-view.[1] As a result, the channels were removed from the Sky EPG in Ireland.[2] However, Kerrang! TV launched on Freesat on 15 April 2013, alongside three other Box Television channels, but was removed on 24 March 2015.[3] Kerrang! and its sister channels returned to Freesat on 8 December 2021 alongside Channel 4 HD.

From 27 September to 17 November 2021,[4] Kerrang! instead simulcast The Box, due to cleanup and restoration from the fire suppression system activating during a false alarm situation at Red Bee Media's playout facility.

References

  1. ^ "Bauer's Box channels appear free-to-air on satellite". a516digital. 2 April 2013.
  2. ^ "YouTube video showing the channels removed from the Sky EPG in Ireland". YouTube. 3 April 2013. Archived from the original on 12 December 2021. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Freesat turn up the volume with 4 new music channels". Join Freesat. 15 April 2013.
  4. ^ "Red Bee fire alarm triggers tx crash". Televisual. 27 September 2021. Retrieved 29 September 2021.

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