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The Comedy Channel (British TV channel)

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The Comedy Channel
The Comedy Channel ident.PNG
CountryUnited Kingdom
Ownership
OwnerBritish Sky Broadcasting
History
Launched1 October 1991
Closed30 September 1992 (365 days)
Replaced bySky Movies Gold

The Comedy Channel was a short-lived satellite television network owned by British Sky Broadcasting during the early 1990s.

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History

The channel launched on 1 October 1991,[1] soon after the merger of Sky Television plc and British Satellite Broadcasting. The merged company called British Sky Broadcasting, brought together comedy programming from its existing libraries – Sky having an archive of American imports (including Three's Company, I Love Lucy, Green Acres, The Beverly Hillbillies and Seinfeld) and BSB having obtained rights to a number of BBC sitcoms such as 'Allo 'Allo!, Steptoe and Son, Are You Being Served?, Porridge, Dad's Army and The Goodies.

The Comedy Channel existed in the days before the basic Sky Multichannels subscription package, so was made available as a premium service to subscribers of either Sky Movies or The Movie Channel.[citation needed] Listings for the channel were carried in Radio Times[2] and other listings magazines.

The network lost its broadcasting rights following the expiry of the contract between the BBC and former BSB. Eventually the channel closed on 30 September 1992 to be replaced by Sky Movies Gold, a service dedicated to "classic movies".[citation needed] Following the end of the contract with Sky, the BBC's archive programming was subsequently used to launch UK Gold on satellite and cable from 1 November 1992.

Sky would not relaunch its wholly owned network until the arrival of Sky Comedy on 27 January 2020, it retains a minority interest in the domestic version of ViacomCBS's Comedy Central.

Programming

References

  1. ^ Crisell, Andrew (2005). An Introductory History of British Broadcasting. Routledge. p. 243. ISBN 978-1-134-53805-8.
  2. ^ Currie, Tony (2001). The Radio Times Story. Kelly. p. 210. ISBN 978-1-903053-09-6.
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