In a movement that many news outlets are calling "cutting the cord," a rising number of households are choosing to forego live broadcast television, cable, or satellite TV for their entertainment needs. Every year, millions of more households are eschewing cable or satellite in favor of online streaming and other alternative methods of viewing video content. Companies like A&E are keeping their viewers and staying relevant with online streaming programs that give consumers exactly what they want for one low price.
Founded in 1983, A&E networks got up and running with the launch of 2 cable channels in 1984. A&E, or Arts & Entertainment, strove to provide quality original programming that was driven by a passion for the arts. The Lifetime network was more geared towards women, challenging producers to generate content that was exciting, daring, and modern. Viewers were delighted by award-winning and critically-acclaimed shows including Biography and other originals. Adding the History Channel in 1995, their network grew to include H2, FYI, and LMN, reaching over 330 million people worldwide. A&E Networks is now found in 8 out of 10 American homes, with 500 million digital users logging on for premium content.
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