Last week Opry Entertainment Group and Gray Television announced a new over-the-air TV network called Circle. This new network will cover the world of country music and will include weekly broadcasts from the Grand Ole Opry.
“Circle is all about fun, discovery and accessibility for country music fans,” said Drew Reifenberger, general manager of Circle Media. “Circle will align fans and artists by creating intimate experiences and camaraderie of a close-knit circle of friends.”
Circle will not only be a free over-the-air TV channel but will also be a premium streaming service. According to Gray Television, a “digital premium entertainment service” from Circle will launch in late spring 2020.
“Circle Media is a key piece of that strategy that will create a window into all of the best moments that happen in Nashville and throughout the South, so fans can connect with up-and-coming artists and the superstars they love from anywhere they are,” Bailey said.
Circle will be added to Gray-owned TV stations around the United States in early 2020. Gray Television says additional TV stations will be announced soon. You can find out if your local TV station is owned by Gray Television at their website HERE.
At this time there is no word on if Circle will be added to any live TV streaming service.
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