AMGTV

Last updated on 12 August 2017

AMGTV is an American family-oriented television network featuring television programming consisting of drama, sports, movies, entertainment, how-to, hunting and fishing, children's shows, and other features. The network is owned by the American company Access Media Group.

AMGTV provides programming to television stations in the United States, and is a competitor of Youtoo America and similar networks. AMGTV also syndicates several movie packages and music specials to stations outside their affiliate base.

The president of AMGTV is Terry Elaqua.[2]

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Programming

Children

Children [E/I]
Animal Atlas
Angel's Friends
Ariel & Zoey & Eli, Too
Aqua Kids
Beta Records TV
Biz Kids
Curiosity Quest
Dragonfly TV
Dog Tales
Eco Company
Edgemont
Elizabeth Stanton's Great Big World
Missing
Laura McKenzie's Traveler
The Centsables
Think Big
Zoo Diaries

Dramas

Drama
Cold Squad
Da Vinci's Inquest
Leverage
Republic of Doyle
SAF3
The Border

Entertainment

Entertainment
Animal Rescue
Dog The Bounty Hunter
Forensic Files
Game Plane
Insider Exclusive
Judge Faith
Money TV
OK! TV
Q With Jian
Steve Gadlin's Star Makers
The Balancing Act
The Conspiracy Show
The Hollywood News Report
Whacked Out Videos
Whacked Out Sports
White House Chronicle

Informations

How-To
Designing Spaces
Garden Travels
Gigging & Grubbing
Hometime
P. Allen Smith Gardens
Real Green
Robert Earl's Be My Guest
The Coastal Gardener
Hunting/Fishing
Babe Winkelman
Jimmy Houston
Jimmy Houston Outdoors
Sporting Dog TV
The Scott Martin Challenge
Wing Shooting

Music & Sports

Music
Bluegrass Ridge
Country Fix
Country Juke Box - Time Life
Music Mix USA
Nashville Unleashed
Southern Glory
Science Fiction
Sanctuary
Sports
Classic Car Garage
Pro Wrestling Around the World
Raceline
Rolling Art
The Real Winning Edge
Wildside Anarchy[3]

Sports

On October 10, 2010 the American Indoor Football Association (AIFA) announced that AMGTV has agreed to air games from the upcoming 2011 AIFA West season. They had previously carried the 2010 season, prior to when the league split.[4] The AIFA West ceased operations January 2011; neither the league nor the network have indicated whether the deal is valid for the 2012 revival of the league.

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