At launch: PAX aired general entertainment programming on weekdays from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and weekends from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Central Time. Meanwhile, three series from CBS Television Distribution were added to the schedule: NCIS joined the lineup in September 2008, while Criminal Minds and Ghost Whisperer were added to the Ion Television lineup in 2009. The network also produced some original drama series such as Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, Doc, Mysterious Ways (which originated on NBC), Hope Island and Twice in a Lifetime through its programming division, Paxson Productions. Prior to the launch of Ion Life, the Ion Plus feeds carried reruns of cancelled Pax original programs (such as Miracle Pets and Beat the Clock), as well as public domain movies and sitcom episodes (such as I Married Joan and The Beverly Hillbillies). ION Media is the nation’s largest broadcast station group owner, with stations in 24 of the top 25 markets and 71 stations nationwide. Primary channel is affiliated with Univision. Rooted in tradition, faith in innovation and technology, iON TV is the new platform to inspire our community and the world. The network would later carry reruns of the syndicated revival of Family Feud (consisting of episodes from Louie Anderson, Richard Karn and John O'Hurley's tenures as host, airing on a one-year delay from their original syndication broadcast) and, due to its alliance with NBC, The Weakest Link (both from the Anne Robinson-hosted network run and the George Gray-hosted syndicated version) as well as the 2000 revival of Twenty-One. ENT2019. Ion Television also maintains film distribution deals with Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Studios and Warner Bros. The network has previously broadcast certain sporting events, including Conference USA college football games (produced by College Sports Television), soccer matches from the Women's United Soccer Association, Real Pro Wrestling (which more resembles the amateur form than the theatrically-based ring sport), the Champions Tour of golf, the Paralympic Games and a weekly mixed martial arts program from BodogFight. Ion Television is an American broadcast, cable and satellite television network owned by Ion Media, which was launched on August 31, 1998 as Pax TV. The app is free to use and provides users with network and programming information, including: * Series, episode & cast write-ups * Show photography & promo videos * Nightly schedule lineup * Alerts for your favorite shows * Social sharing capabilities [32] Ion also acquired the syndication rights to the USA Network series Psych and Monk from NBCUniversal; the two series respectively began airing in late 2011 and early 2012. In some cities, a major network affiliate also provided some engineering and other back office services for the PAX station. Most Ion stations began to switch their main signals from 480i standard definition to 720p HD in late February; an early decision to pillarbox 4:3 programming with blue rather than black pillarboxing was eventually abandoned as black coloring became the industry norm. Connect & be inspired. [35][36] A similar deal reached in September 2014 with Entertainment One gave Ion the U.S. rights to the medical drama Saving Hope (which made its U.S. debut on NBC in the summer of 2012); Ion began airing first-run episodes and repeats of the series in October 2015.[37]. In addition, in several other markets, Ion's predecessor was sold to another television station group to affiliate with a different English or Spanish language network, and through either a lack of channel space or interest in the network, Ion would not reappear in most of those markets until reaching deals to air on digital subchannels of other stations. Access hundreds of live-streaming and on-demand free channels, including The Roku Channel, packed with Hollywood hits. According to a statement on its website,[14] DirecTV planned to terminate its carriage agreement with i in February 2006. [9][39] The block of animated series was instead launched on September 5, 1998 as "Cloud Nine", featuring a trio of winged teenage angels that hosted the wraparound segments that bridged breaks during the block's shows, which were mostly sourced from the DIC library. [18], With the September 8, 2008 rebrand, the network also retooled its focus, emphasizing the key demographic of adults between ages of 18 and 49, and airing more recent acquired programming aimed at young adults (such as Boston Legal, NCIS, and Criminal Minds). Separate national feeds (formerly known as "i Plus" or "Ion Plus") have been made available to pay television providers Dish Network, DirecTV, Comcast and Charter Communications, and Ion Television stations not owned by Ion Media Networks, featuring programming sourced from Ion Life in place of paid programming that airs on the main network. Since paid programming once made up a relatively sizable portion of Ion's schedule (prior to 2008), the benefit is that it provides the main source of revenue. In September 2008, Ion Television reached a multi-year film rights agreement with Warner Bros. Television Distribution to broadcast more recent movies from Warner Bros. and its related studios. National television network committed to airing family-friendly programming. In an effort to increase revenue due to low viewership and other financial issues, PAX gradually increased the amount of paid programming content on its schedule throughout the early 2000s, at the expense of its general entertainment programming. ION TV CHANNEL; Announcements. [citation needed], By this point, the network shifted its programming to feature extended blocks of its acquired series (which consist mostly of drama series, with sitcoms becoming an increasingly less integral part of the schedule); it also began a gradual expansion of the number of hours devoted to entertainment shows, starting with the addition of a two-hour block of programming in the late afternoon (from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central) in January 2008, and expanding further into the daytime and late fringe/early graveyard periods over a five-year span (however, this resulted in the network increasing its reliance on regularly scheduled marathon-style blocks of a relatively small inventory of programs in lieu of acquiring a much larger lineup of series to fill out the schedule). A couple of weeks ago, my over the air TV stopped picking up ION. As of 2014, the network's format is predominantly devoted to marathon blocks of hour-long drama series, with consecutive episodes of a given series airing between two and 16 hours a day (depending on the day's schedule, with fewer hours in the morning and late fringe). Find out if ION Plus is available in your area. In 2006, Ion Media Networks reached several programming deals, two with major programming suppliers that were announced within a week of each other, and another that among other things would bring original programming to Ion Television's lineup. In September 2011, Ion Television acquired the syndication rights to George Lopez[33] and Leverage. In some markets, DirecTV carries a "placeholder" simulcast of the national modified feed of the network (for example, Los Angeles area viewers can watch Ion on both channels 30, via local O&O KPXN-TV, and 305; New York City on channel 31 WPXN besides 305). On January 29, 2007, the network changed its name again to Ion Television (as a result of its parent company's renaming to Ion Media Networks). Ion Television has the most owned-and-operated stations of any commercial broadcast network in the United States, reaching 65.1%[45] of the United States (well above the Federal Communications Commission's coverage-based national ownership limit of 39%[46]); it is also the only American commercial broadcast network whose stations almost exclusively consist of network-owned stations, similar to the ownership model of many commercial broadcast networks in Europe, Canada, Latin America, Asia and Australia, and to a somewhat more expansive extent, many U.S.-based religious broadcast networks. On November 18, 2013, Ion Television began carrying the Home Shopping Network via a sixth digital subchannel on most of its owned-and-operated stations, as part of a partnership with Ion Media Networks (both once controlled by Lowell "Bud" Paxson) to expand the channel's broadcast coverage. [47][53] These deals would carry over after the Media General stations were integrated into the Nexstar Media Group in January 2017, with WBAY-TV continuing to carry Ion under Gray Television ownership. Programming on Qubo Channel and its companion block on Ion Television and Ion Plus account for all educational programming content on Ion's owned-and-operated stations, thus relieving the network from the responsibility of carrying programs compliant with Children's Television Act guidelines on its other subchannel services. Ion Television's reliance on mostly paid programming has decreased since the late 2000s, as a result of the network's expansion of entertainment programming to additional daytime and late night timeslots, and in particular, the later creation of the infomercial-dedicated subchannel service Ion Shop. [54] Qubo features content from the programming libraries of each of the partners, though there was an early promise of each company producing a new series for the network each year; most of its programs are targeted at children ages 2 to 11, though its late night programming block "Qubo Night Owl" (which originally featured animated series from Qubo's partners and the Filmation library, but after August 2013 features a mix of animated and live-action series sourced solely from the distribution partners) is aimed at older teenagers and adults. [23] The transaction, which closed on January 7, 2021,[24] saw Ion Television and its sister networks absorbed into Scripps' Katz Broadcasting subsidiary, which already operates 5 specialty networks, most notably Bounce TV and Court TV. Each area of the country may differ. The Qubo Night Owl block was discontinued on January 7, 2019, as Ion Media decided to reduce the amount of paid programming on Ion and Ion Plus by shifting those hours to Qubo's overnight schedule between 1:00 to 6:00 a.m. Eastern. Ion subchannels were added in markets such as Austin, Texas; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Lafayette, Indiana; Davenport, Iowa; Lafayette, Louisiana; Lansing, Michigan; Richmond, Virginia; Springfield, Massachusetts; and Wichita, Kansas. [26] Series currently broadcast by Ion Television (as of October 2015[update]) are mostly dramas such as Criminal Minds, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Numb3rs, Blue Bloods, and The Listener. [34] George Lopez began airing on September 29, while Leverage debuted in July 2012, the former has since been dropped from the network, while the latter has been cycled on-and-off the schedule. As a result, Ion Media Networks owns the vast majority of the stations within Ion Television's affiliate body, as well as those of co-owned multicast services Qubo Channel and Ion Life. House, also from NBCUniversal, joined the network in September 2012. ION Television is available on DISH on channel 250. In September 1999, NBC purchased a 32% share of Paxson Communications for $415 million in convertible stock, with an option to expand its interest to 49% by February 2002, pending changes in ownership regulations set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that would allow it to acquire additional television stations. Carried as a fourth digital subchannel on Ion Television's owned-and-operated stations, it primarily carries informercials; until June 2013, Ion Shop also aired blocks of programming from Ion Life in some morning and late night timeslots. In regards to Ion Television's programming, Scripps has indicated it would maintain the status quo, with no plans to invest in original content or deviate from the channel's off-network programming approach.[25]. ME Tv is on where its carried locally OTA and similarly for ION TV. The satellite provider cited that "most of [i Network's] programming consists of infomercials and other promotional shows", despite an earlier promise by network executives that it "would consist of general, family-oriented entertainment". [50][51] WZRB and WRBU switched to Ion in February 2014 (although WZRB retained a secondary affiliation with The CW until MyNetworkTV affiliate WKTC joined the programming service in March);[52] WRBU dropped MyNetworkTV upon becoming an Ion O&O (MyNetworkTV would not return to St. Louis until November 2014, when CBS affiliate KMOV launched a third digital subchannel to serve as an affiliate). Primary channel is a religious independent station, Operates as satellite of WPXW-TV, Manassas, Virginia, First digital-only station signed on by Ion under Pax era; never had an analog signal, Primary channel is affiliated with Ion Plus, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls KAPX-TV, to Univision Communications in 2002; now operating as an, Was affiliated with the network (as Pax TV) during WLFT's existence as a cable-only channel; now operates as a Me-TV affiliate, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WPXU, to, Station used the call letters WADA-LP during its affiliation with Pax TV; now a translator of, Operated as repeater of Bloomington, Indiana O&O WIPX-TV but made redundant with digital transmitter launch; license was donated to Word of God Fellowship in December 2014, to be converted into a repeater of, Dropped its part-time Ion affiliation while continuing its part-time, Subchannel discontinued after entering into a, Traded Pax TV affiliation and KYPX call letters with its then-sister station, Obtained affiliation from its then-sister station under Equity Media Holdings ownership on UHF channel 42, adopting its KYPX call letters; disaffiliated from Pax upon its rebrand as i: Independent Television on June 30, 2005, to become the flagship station of the, Network moved to WIFS 57.9 in 2019; currently blank, Paxson Communications sold the station to KTBS, LLC in 2003; now operates as a CW affiliate, Operates as a Daystar owned-and-operated station, Disaffiliated from Pax TV in 2004 to become a Daystar affiliate, before rejoining the network (as i: Independent Television) following Paxson Communications' sale of WPXS to Equity Media Holdings the following year; became a Retro Television Network affiliate in 2008; now operates as a Daystar owned-and-operated station, Briefly disaffiliated from the network to join Daystar in 2005, before rejoining the network (as i: Independent Television) in 2006 after a sale to Word of God Fellowship fell through; ceased operations in 2007, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls KPXF-TV, to Univision Communications in 2003; now operating as an UniMás owned-and-operated station, Paxson Communications sold the station to, Now operates as a Retro Television Network affiliate, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WDPX, to ACME Communications in 1999; now operates as a CW affiliate, Station used call letters WPXS-LD during its affiliation with the network; now operates as a repeater of Daystar owned-and-operated station WPXS, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WPXG, to ACME Communications in 1999; now operates as a CW affiliate, Sold to Univision Communications in 2002; now operates as a Univision owned-and-operated station, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WMPX-TV, to Corporate Media Consultants Group in 2003; now operates as a Fox affiliate, Two boldface asterisks appearing following a station's call letters (, This list includes Ion Media Networks-owned stations, which are also listed separately from its affiliated stations in the article, This list does not include sister networks, This page was last edited on 22 January 2021, at 22:04. Pictures. Ion Television is an American free-to-air television network/syndication service that is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company through the network's parent company, Ion Media. [8] "Cloud Nine" was discontinued in the spring of 1999, and was replaced by a new block under the title "Pax Kids. [28] Starting in September of that year, series and feature films from both libraries were incorporated onto the network's prime time schedule (including Who's the Boss?, Designing Women, Mama's Family, Growing Pains, Green Acres, and The Wonder Years). The major commercial broadcast networks in the U.S. – ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and The CW – carry first-run programs produced for the network, while leaving the responsibility of acquiring shows from the syndication market to their owned-and-operated stations and affiliates to fill time not allotted to network and, where applicable, locally produced programs (MyNetworkTV, which is somewhat similar to Ion Television in its format, mixes elements of both models as acquired programs are supplied both during prime time by the service and by its stations at all other times). In late September 2009, a year after Ion Media Networks purchased WPXX and WEPX/WPXU from Flinn Broadcasting, those stations resumed carrying Ion Television full-time, having disaffiliated from MyNetworkTV as a result of the network terminating its existing affiliation agreements due to its conversion into a programming service. The network first began broadcasting on August 31, 1998 as Pax TV (commonly referred to as "Pax"; stylized as PAX), focusing primarily on family-oriented entertainment programming; it rebranded as i: Independent Television (commonly referred to as "i"; stylized as i) on July 1, 2005, converting into a general entertainment network featuring mainly recent and older acquired programs; the network adopted its current identity as Ion Television on January 29, 2007. During the 2005–06 season, the network launched only one new series that met the network's new mission of being an 'independent broadcast platform', the teen drama Palmetto Pointe, which only lasted six episodes; the network went entirely to a lineup of reruns for the 2006–07 season (except for Health Report and Ion Life specials). In July 2011, Ion Television acquired the broadcast television rights to six films produced by Starz Media as part of its weekend film block (then branded as the "Big Movie Weekend"); the films started airing on the network in November of that year. The company disclosed that it was in discussions with lenders on "a comprehensive recapitalization" of its balance sheet, translating to an effort to restructure its considerable debt, which, according to The Wall Street Journal, stood at $2.7 billion as of April 2009. Now I see that I’m not alone in this dilemma. As part of the agreement, Lowell Paxson stepped down from his position as chairman of Paxson Communications. Planted evidence by the mole results in the arrests of Callen, Sam, Granger and Deeks, on the same day Under Secretary Duggan returns for Hetty's resignation. Includes schedule, stations, shows, and forums.. ... Channel Finder. [48][49] In Charlotte, independent station WAXN-TV carried some programming aired by the network during its original iteration as Pax TV from 1998 to 2000, but never maintained a formal affiliation. Moved from KASA-TV 2.3 on January 18, 2017 following sale of station. Ion Television's programming is available by default via a national feed that is distributed directly to cable and satellite providers in markets without a local Ion station (this contrasts with the major networks, which under FCC regulations, allow providers to import an owned-and-operated or affiliate station from a nearby market if no local over-the-air affiliate exists). Global Nav Open Menu Global Nav Close Menu ION offers timeless, diverse entertainment with a mix of television series, classic TV favorites, movies, specials, and sports that the whole family can enjoy. In a series of stories taking place in Toronto during the 1890s and early 1900s, several challenging murder cases arise. The network also aired a late afternoon sitcom block called "Laugh Attack", which featured reruns of comedy series targeted at African American audiences (originally consisting of Hangin' with Mr. Cooper and The Wayans Bros., the latter of which was later replaced by The Steve Harvey Show). St. Louis, at one time, received the network by way of a low-power repeater of O&O WPXS in nearby Mount Vernon, Illinois; in December 2013, the United States bankruptcy court approved a plan by creditors of Roberts Broadcasting to transfer East St. Louis-based MyNetworkTV affiliate WRBU and its sister stations, CW affiliate WZRB in Columbia, South Carolina and former CW affiliate WAZE-LP in Evansville, Indiana, to a trust with Ion Media Networks – a creditor in Roberts' Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, for which it filed in 2011 – that would serve as its beneficiary. 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