History Creator / MyNetworkTV

23rd Dec '17 4:01:39 PM nombretomado
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MNTV also has the indignity of being mostly on digital subchannels of big network affiliates in markets as large as Columbus, Ohio (where it's on a subchannel of Creator/{{ABC}} affiliate WSYX)[[note]]Although the same is the case for TheCW in nearby, and similarly-sized, Cincinnati[[/note]], meaning that it often gets left out of TV listings, won't be in HD in many markets, it isn't rated by Nielsen on a regular basis because of its all-repeat schedule, and may not even be carried by a provider because of the lack of any good surrounding programming. In some markets, where the other stations have bought off all the good programming or there's no other stations to carry it, it airs on the same channel as lesser networks such as Creator/ThisTV, Creator/AntennaTV, RTV, and Creator/MeTV. The means the only thing leading into primetime is either an ancient sitcom rerun or a old movie, thus assuring very low ratings. It can even air out of primetime, with some lesser Fox affiliates in smaller markets and independent stations using it as an alternative to program their late night schedule, rather than having to buy sitcoms off syndication. In some cases, it's the only place it can air due to lack of stations in a market.

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MNTV also has the indignity of being mostly on digital subchannels of big network affiliates in markets as large as Columbus, Ohio (where it's on a subchannel of Creator/{{ABC}} affiliate WSYX)[[note]]Although the same is the case for TheCW Creator/TheCW in nearby, and similarly-sized, Cincinnati[[/note]], meaning that it often gets left out of TV listings, won't be in HD in many markets, it isn't rated by Nielsen on a regular basis because of its all-repeat schedule, and may not even be carried by a provider because of the lack of any good surrounding programming. In some markets, where the other stations have bought off all the good programming or there's no other stations to carry it, it airs on the same channel as lesser networks such as Creator/ThisTV, Creator/AntennaTV, RTV, and Creator/MeTV. The means the only thing leading into primetime is either an ancient sitcom rerun or a old movie, thus assuring very low ratings. It can even air out of primetime, with some lesser Fox affiliates in smaller markets and independent stations using it as an alternative to program their late night schedule, rather than having to buy sitcoms off syndication. In some cases, it's the only place it can air due to lack of stations in a market.
14th Jul '17 8:02:47 PM nombretomado
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The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior ''[[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[Music/PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.

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The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown [[Wrestling/WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior ''[[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[Music/PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.
27th Jun '17 6:16:32 AM faunas
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Putting it simply; even for a national broadcast network, its Website/{{Facebook}} page had only '''2,000''' likes. One of those "community pages" automatically created by Facebook, normally from Wikipedia pages, has 20,000 likes, with the real page not even appearing in the first results for "MyNetworkTV". Even the lowest-tier cable networks manage to get more Facebook attention than that.

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Putting it simply; even for a national broadcast network, its Website/{{Facebook}} page [https://www.facebook.com/MyNetworkTV247/ page] had only '''2,000''' '''5,000''' likes. One of those "community pages" automatically created by Facebook, normally from Wikipedia pages, has 20,000 likes, with the real page not even appearing in the first results for "MyNetworkTV"."[=MyNetworkTV=]". Even the lowest-tier cable networks manage to get more Facebook attention than that.
29th May '17 3:04:01 PM lizaphile
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In 2014, [=MyNetworkTV=] began showing signs of life. The rerun rights for {{Creator/AMC}}'s ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' were bought by the network beginning in the 2014-15 season, a move that was lauded as one of the network's smartest decisions. It's EditedForSyndication, but that might be a good thing depending on how you feel about gore. Not shockingly, its first night airing the show gave the network its best ratings for an evening since the last night ''Smackdown'' aired. However, starting in September 2015, the network's second flagship, KCOP in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, moved the network's programming to late night. This was probably done to kill any chance it could steal ratings from sister station KTTV and Fox itself, because it now just airs repeats of entertainment newsmagazines in primetime. It will meet the same fate in Chicago beginning in September 2016, when Chicago's WPWR begins to carry the CW, taking over for WGN.

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In 2014, [=MyNetworkTV=] began showing signs of life. The rerun rights for {{Creator/AMC}}'s ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' were bought by the network beginning in the 2014-15 season, a move that was lauded as one of the network's smartest decisions. It's EditedForSyndication, but that might be a good thing depending on how you feel about gore. Not shockingly, its first night airing the show gave the network its best ratings for an evening since the last night ''Smackdown'' aired. aired.

However, starting in September 2015, the network's second flagship, KCOP in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, moved the network's programming to late night. This was probably done to kill any chance it could steal ratings from sister station KTTV and Fox itself, because it now just airs repeats of entertainment newsmagazines in primetime. primetime (it eventually returned to primetime when the ratings were test-pattern low). It will meet met the same fate in Chicago beginning in September 2016, when Chicago's WPWR begins to carry the CW, taking over for WGN.
WGN, pushing [=MyNetworkTV=] to late night.
8th Mar '17 3:44:54 PM MarcoPolo250
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During Cablevision and Dish Network's 2010 disputes over carriage of Fox, most of the pushes were pretty much mentioning everything but the kitchen sink for Fox, FX, and their sports networks, while not one contribution of MNTV was mentioned beyond that it exists (besides lack of research from writers who thought ''[=SmackDown!=]'' was still on it). This probably earned them a StealthInsult when Cablevision announced they put the channels back on, by saying [=MyNetworkTV=] was a channel of "little or no interest" to viewers (putting it simply; even for a national broadcast network, its Website/{{Facebook}} page has only '''2,000''' likes.[[note]]Although one of those "community pages" automatically created by Facebook, normally from Wikipedia pages, has 20,000 likes, with the real page not even appearing in the first results for "MyNetworkTV". If only they promoted their real page more...[[/note]] Even the lowest-tier cable networks manage to get more Facebook attention than that). A dispute with Time Warner Cable in 2013, involving some Journal Broadcasting stations (now with E.W. Scripps) that were MNTV affiliates, had that provider happy to point out that all the network's shows were also on Creator/USANetwork, Creator/IonTelevision and {{Creator/Netflix}}. And to add insult to injury, the network's station in Seattle, KZJO, says on its website it [[InvisibleAdvertising disaffiliated from the network five years ago]], when it airs [=MyNetworkTV=] well after midnight, meaning it has the same respect there as infomercials and the religious series ''Shepherd's Chapel''.

The network also has the indignity of being mostly on digital subchannels of big network affiliates in markets as large as Columbus, Ohio (where it's on a subchannel of Creator/{{ABC}} affiliate WSYX)[[note]]Although the same is the case for TheCW in nearby, and similarly-sized, Cincinnati[[/note]], meaning that it often gets left out of TV listings, won't be in HD in many markets, and isn't rated by Nielsen on a regular basis because of its all-repeat schedule, and may not even be carried by a provider because of the lack of any good surrounding programming. In some markets where the other stations have bought off all the good programming, or there's no other stations to carry it, it airs on the same channel as lesser networks such as Creator/ThisTV, Creator/AntennaTV, RTV, and Creator/MeTV, meaning the only thing leading into primetime is either an ancient sitcom rerun or a old movie, thus assuring very low ratings. It can even air out of primetime, with some lesser Fox affiliates in smaller markets and independent stations using it as an alternative to program their late night schedule, rather than having to buy sitcoms off syndication. In some cases, it's the only place it can air due to lack of stations in a market.

[=MyNetworkTV=] may still have a bit of life in it though. The rerun rights for {{Creator/AMC}}'s ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' were bought by the network beginning in the 2014-15 season, a move that was lauded as one of the network's smartest decisions. It's EditedForSyndication, but that might be a good thing depending on how you feel about gore. Not shockingly, its first night airing the show gave the network its best ratings for an evening since the last night ''Smackdown'' aired. However, starting in September 2015, the network's second flagship, KCOP in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, moved the network's programming to late night. This was probably done to kill any chance it could steal ratings from sister station KTTV and Fox itself, because it now just airs repeats of entertainment newsmagazines in primetime. It will meet the same fate in Chicago beginning in September 2016, when Chicago's WPWR begins to carry the CW, taking over for WGN.

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During Cablevision and Dish Network's 2010 disputes over carriage of Fox, most of the pushes were pretty much mentioning everything but the kitchen sink for Fox, FX, and their sports networks, while not one contribution of MNTV was mentioned beyond that it exists (besides lack of research from writers who thought ''[=SmackDown!=]'' was still on it). This probably earned them a StealthInsult when Cablevision announced they put the channels back on, by saying [=MyNetworkTV=] was a channel of "little or no interest" to viewers (putting viewers.

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it simply; even for a national broadcast network, its Website/{{Facebook}} page has had only '''2,000''' likes.[[note]]Although one likes. One of those "community pages" automatically created by Facebook, normally from Wikipedia pages, has 20,000 likes, with the real page not even appearing in the first results for "MyNetworkTV". If only they promoted their real page more...[[/note]] Even the lowest-tier cable networks manage to get more Facebook attention than that). that.

A dispute with Time Warner Cable in 2013, involving some Journal Broadcasting stations (now with E.W. Scripps) that were MNTV affiliates, had that provider happy to point out that all the network's shows were also on the likes of Creator/USANetwork, Creator/IonTelevision and {{Creator/Netflix}}. And to To add insult to injury, the network's station in Seattle, KZJO, says on its website it [[InvisibleAdvertising disaffiliated from the network five years ago]], when it airs [=MyNetworkTV=] well after midnight, meaning midnight; it has the same respect there as infomercials and the religious series ''Shepherd's Chapel''.

The network MNTV also has the indignity of being mostly on digital subchannels of big network affiliates in markets as large as Columbus, Ohio (where it's on a subchannel of Creator/{{ABC}} affiliate WSYX)[[note]]Although the same is the case for TheCW in nearby, and similarly-sized, Cincinnati[[/note]], meaning that it often gets left out of TV listings, won't be in HD in many markets, and it isn't rated by Nielsen on a regular basis because of its all-repeat schedule, and may not even be carried by a provider because of the lack of any good surrounding programming. In some markets markets, where the other stations have bought off all the good programming, programming or there's no other stations to carry it, it airs on the same channel as lesser networks such as Creator/ThisTV, Creator/AntennaTV, RTV, and Creator/MeTV, meaning Creator/MeTV. The means the only thing leading into primetime is either an ancient sitcom rerun or a old movie, thus assuring very low ratings. It can even air out of primetime, with some lesser Fox affiliates in smaller markets and independent stations using it as an alternative to program their late night schedule, rather than having to buy sitcoms off syndication. In some cases, it's the only place it can air due to lack of stations in a market.

In 2014, [=MyNetworkTV=] may still have a bit began showing signs of life in it though.life. The rerun rights for {{Creator/AMC}}'s ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' were bought by the network beginning in the 2014-15 season, a move that was lauded as one of the network's smartest decisions. It's EditedForSyndication, but that might be a good thing depending on how you feel about gore. Not shockingly, its first night airing the show gave the network its best ratings for an evening since the last night ''Smackdown'' aired. However, starting in September 2015, the network's second flagship, KCOP in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, moved the network's programming to late night. This was probably done to kill any chance it could steal ratings from sister station KTTV and Fox itself, because it now just airs repeats of entertainment newsmagazines in primetime. It will meet the same fate in Chicago beginning in September 2016, when Chicago's WPWR begins to carry the CW, taking over for WGN.
26th Feb '17 4:22:40 AM Morgenthaler
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The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior ''[[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.

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The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior ''[[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[PublicEnemy [[Music/PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.
13th Jan '17 5:26:32 PM nombretomado
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[=MyNetworkTV=] may still have a bit of life in it though. The rerun rights for {{Creator/AMC}}'s ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' were bought by the network beginning in the 2014-15 season, a move that was lauded as one of the network's smartest decisions. It's EditedForSyndication, but that might be a good thing depending on how you feel about gore. Not shockingly, its first night airing the show gave the network its best ratings for an evening since the last night ''Smackdown'' aired. However, starting in September 2015, the network's second flagship, KCOP in LosAngeles, moved the network's programming to late night. This was probably done to kill any chance it could steal ratings from sister station KTTV and Fox itself, because it now just airs repeats of entertainment newsmagazines in primetime. It will meet the same fate in Chicago beginning in September 2016, when Chicago's WPWR begins to carry the CW, taking over for WGN.

to:

[=MyNetworkTV=] may still have a bit of life in it though. The rerun rights for {{Creator/AMC}}'s ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' were bought by the network beginning in the 2014-15 season, a move that was lauded as one of the network's smartest decisions. It's EditedForSyndication, but that might be a good thing depending on how you feel about gore. Not shockingly, its first night airing the show gave the network its best ratings for an evening since the last night ''Smackdown'' aired. However, starting in September 2015, the network's second flagship, KCOP in LosAngeles, UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, moved the network's programming to late night. This was probably done to kill any chance it could steal ratings from sister station KTTV and Fox itself, because it now just airs repeats of entertainment newsmagazines in primetime. It will meet the same fate in Chicago beginning in September 2016, when Chicago's WPWR begins to carry the CW, taking over for WGN.
1st Dec '16 6:01:10 PM themisterfree
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The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior [[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.

to:

The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior [[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit ''[[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.
1st Dec '16 5:59:29 PM themisterfree
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The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.

to:

The network kept limping along, however. Its first major grab was ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} [[WWESmackDown Friday Night SmackDown!]]'', but the rest of its lineup consisted of {{reality show}}s, stage magic (new episodes of ''Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed'' were among the network's better shows), the trainwreck that was ''Series/Temptation2007'' (and its' successor, the far superior [[TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit Trivial Pursuit: America Plays]]'') and ''Under One Roof'' (a short-lived {{sitcom}} starring [[PublicEnemy Flavor Flav]], which was shot in Toronto while the [[TVStrikes 2008 writer's strike]] went on, so it was unaffected). In September 2009, [=MyNetworkTV=] officially stopped pretending and became a two-hour UsefulNotes/{{syndicat|ion}}ed programming block, similar in concept to the short-lived Creator/{{PTEN}}. It discontinued all original non-syndicated programming that wasn't ''[=SmackDown!=]'' and replaced it with syndicated {{game show}}s, Thursday-night movies, and reruns of ''Series/TheUnit'' and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''. One of its original shows, ''Jail'', got picked up by Creator/SpikeTV.
14th Oct '16 9:33:45 PM nombretomado
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During Cablevision and Dish Network's 2010 disputes over carriage of Fox, most of the pushes were pretty much mentioning everything but the kitchen sink for Fox, FX, and their sports networks, while not one contribution of MNTV was mentioned beyond that it exists (besides lack of research from writers who thought ''[=SmackDown!=]'' was still on it). This probably earned them a StealthInsult when Cablevision announced they put the channels back on, by saying [=MyNetworkTV=] was a channel of "little or no interest" to viewers (putting it simply; even for a national broadcast network, its {{Facebook}} page has only '''2,000''' likes.[[note]]Although one of those "community pages" automatically created by Facebook, normally from Wikipedia pages, has 20,000 likes, with the real page not even appearing in the first results for "MyNetworkTV". If only they promoted their real page more...[[/note]] Even the lowest-tier cable networks manage to get more Facebook attention than that). A dispute with Time Warner Cable in 2013, involving some Journal Broadcasting stations (now with E.W. Scripps) that were MNTV affiliates, had that provider happy to point out that all the network's shows were also on Creator/USANetwork, Creator/IonTelevision and {{Creator/Netflix}}. And to add insult to injury, the network's station in Seattle, KZJO, says on its website it [[InvisibleAdvertising disaffiliated from the network five years ago]], when it airs [=MyNetworkTV=] well after midnight, meaning it has the same respect there as infomercials and the religious series ''Shepherd's Chapel''.

to:

During Cablevision and Dish Network's 2010 disputes over carriage of Fox, most of the pushes were pretty much mentioning everything but the kitchen sink for Fox, FX, and their sports networks, while not one contribution of MNTV was mentioned beyond that it exists (besides lack of research from writers who thought ''[=SmackDown!=]'' was still on it). This probably earned them a StealthInsult when Cablevision announced they put the channels back on, by saying [=MyNetworkTV=] was a channel of "little or no interest" to viewers (putting it simply; even for a national broadcast network, its {{Facebook}} Website/{{Facebook}} page has only '''2,000''' likes.[[note]]Although one of those "community pages" automatically created by Facebook, normally from Wikipedia pages, has 20,000 likes, with the real page not even appearing in the first results for "MyNetworkTV". If only they promoted their real page more...[[/note]] Even the lowest-tier cable networks manage to get more Facebook attention than that). A dispute with Time Warner Cable in 2013, involving some Journal Broadcasting stations (now with E.W. Scripps) that were MNTV affiliates, had that provider happy to point out that all the network's shows were also on Creator/USANetwork, Creator/IonTelevision and {{Creator/Netflix}}. And to add insult to injury, the network's station in Seattle, KZJO, says on its website it [[InvisibleAdvertising disaffiliated from the network five years ago]], when it airs [=MyNetworkTV=] well after midnight, meaning it has the same respect there as infomercials and the religious series ''Shepherd's Chapel''.
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