History Creator / GlobalTelevisionNetwork

3rd May '16 5:28:03 AM themisterfree
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* Series/SixtyMinutes
* Series/ACurrentAffair
* Series/EntertainmentTonight
* WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy
* Series/MiamiVice
* Series/MyThreeSons
* Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse
* WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons

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* Series/SixtyMinutes
''Series/SixtyMinutes''
* Series/ACurrentAffair
''A Current Affair''
* Series/EntertainmentTonight
''Series/EntertainmentTonight''
* WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy
''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''
* Series/MiamiVice
''Series/MiamiVice''
* Series/MyThreeSons
''Series/MyThreeSons''
* Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse
''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse''
* WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
* ''Series/TheWeirdAlShow''
2nd Apr '16 4:38:31 AM MarcoPolo250
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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia.

In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Creator/{{Corus Entertainment}}[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]]. Already an owner of various radio stations and [[Creator/{{YTV}} cable]] [[Creator/{{Teletoon}} TV]] [[Creator/{{Treehouse TV}} networks]], the purchase would make Corus own about [[MegaCorp one-third of the entire Canadian television market!]]

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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. \n\n In January April 2016, it was revealed Global would be was sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of ''again'', when Shaw Media was sold to sister company Creator/{{Corus Entertainment}}[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]]. Already an owner of various radio stations and [[Creator/{{YTV}} cable]] [[Creator/{{Teletoon}} TV]] [[Creator/{{Treehouse TV}} networks]], the purchase would make made Corus own about [[MegaCorp one-third of the entire Canadian television market!]]
19th Feb '16 6:11:42 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* Series/ACurrentAffair
* Series/EntertainmentTonight
17th Feb '16 6:15:04 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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!! Shows that aired on Global TV
* Series/SixtyMinutes
* WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy
* Series/MiamiVice
* Series/MyThreeSons
* Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse
* WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons
12th Feb '16 6:55:56 PM MarcoPolo250
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In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Creator/{{Corus Entertainment}}[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]]. Already an owner of various radio stations and cable TV networks, [[MegaCorp the purchase would make Corus own about one-third of the Canadian television market!]]

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In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Creator/{{Corus Entertainment}}[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]]. Already an owner of various radio stations and cable TV networks, [[MegaCorp [[Creator/{{YTV}} cable]] [[Creator/{{Teletoon}} TV]] [[Creator/{{Treehouse TV}} networks]], the purchase would make Corus own about [[MegaCorp one-third of the entire Canadian television market!]]
12th Feb '16 6:51:57 PM MarcoPolo250
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Global is the longtime Canadian home of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', having carried the Creator/{{Fox}} Sunday night lineup in pattern for several years, and has also hosted some of the best known shows from Creator/{{NBC}}'s Must-See TV lineup, such as ''Series/{{Friends}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. It is also the Canadian home for ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' and ''Series/BigBrother''.

Some of Global's best known Canadian content includes ''Series/TheBestYears'', which ran on Global in Canada from 2007 to 2009 and on [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} The N]] in the U.S. Global was the original Canadian home of Series/{{SCTV}} from 1976 to 1979 before it moved to CBC.

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Global is has been the longtime Canadian home of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'',[[note]]which [[ChannelHop moved to]] Creator/{{Citytv}} in Fall 2015[[/note]] having carried the Creator/{{Fox}} Sunday night lineup in pattern for several years, and has also hosted some of the best known shows from Creator/{{NBC}}'s Must-See TV lineup, such as ''Series/{{Friends}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. It is also the Canadian home for ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' and ''Series/BigBrother''.

Some of Global's best known Canadian content includes ''Series/TheBestYears'', which ran on Global in Canada from 2007 to 2009 and on [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} [[Creator/{{TeenNick}} The N]] in the U.S. Global was the original Canadian home of Series/{{SCTV}} from 1976 to 1979 before it moved to CBC.



After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own the Creator/{{Nelvana}} animation studio, leading Canadian kidnets Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!

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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia.

In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Creator/{{Corus Entertainment}}[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already Corus[[/note]]. Already an owner of various radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is networks, [[MegaCorp the very purchase would make Corus that happens to own the Creator/{{Nelvana}} animation studio, leading Canadian kidnets Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and about one-third of the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!
television market!]]
20th Jan '16 3:01:29 PM fop1234
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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own the Creator/{{Nelana}} animation studio, leading Canadian kidnets Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!

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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own the Creator/{{Nelana}} Creator/{{Nelvana}} animation studio, leading Canadian kidnets Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!
20th Jan '16 3:01:09 PM fop1234
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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!

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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own the Creator/{{Nelana}} animation studio, leading Canadian kidnets Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!
13th Jan '16 4:53:36 PM fop1234
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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own Creator/YTV, Creator/Teletoon, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!

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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own Creator/YTV, Creator/Teletoon, Creator/{{YTV}}, Creator/{{Teletoon}}, and the Canadian versions of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!
13th Jan '16 4:53:14 PM fop1234
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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own Creator/YTV, Creator/Teletoon, and the Canadian versions of Creator/Nickelodeon, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!

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After Canwest filed for bankruptcy, it was effectively split in two: its publishing operations were sold to Postmedia (a new company led by ''National Post'' CEO Paul Godfrey), and its broadcast properties (including Global) were sold to the Shaw cable company, who has since pulled a Saving Throw and invested heavily in the stations (heck, from February 2009 to October 2011, the Toronto station ''didn't even have a morning show!''), restoring local newscasts, adding new ones, and establishing a new news network for British Columbia. In January 2016, it was revealed Global would be sold ''again'' as Shaw announced the sale of Shaw Media to sister company Corus Entertainment[[note]]The Shaw family own controlling shares in both Shaw Communications and Corus[[/note]], already an owner of radio stations and cable TV networks. Yes, this is the very Corus that happens to own Creator/YTV, Creator/Teletoon, and the Canadian versions of Creator/Nickelodeon, Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Creator/DisneyChannel!
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