Running a TV channel can’t be that easy. You have to keep up with trends, try to come up with ideas that are just dissimilar enough from the competition’s that they don’t sue you, and always be ready to completely change your channel’s format and name so it stays relevant.
An example of this was when Kentucky Fried Chicken became “KFC” because they realized that using the word “fried” suggested that it was fast-food, which sounds unhealthy. Remember when A&E was “Arts and Entertainment”? We do. However, they changed it during the rise of reality TV.
That’s not the only secret A&E is keeping, though. The network puts out a lot of shows, many of which depend on people ...
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