Global Television Network

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Global Television Network
Type Broadcast television network
Country Canada
Availability National, northern U.S. (terrestrial), parts of U.S. and Bermuda (via digital cable)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Official website Global Television Network

Global Television Network (mainly called Global or Global TV) is a Canadian television channels. Along with CTV and CBC, it is one of the countries major networks. It is currently Canada's number-two television network.

The network started in television stations in Ontario And Quebec.

History[change | change source]

In Late 2009, Shaw took over Canwest's broadcast rights as of October 27, 2010. Global is a part of Shaw Media currently.[1]

Television listings[change | change source]

In television listings such as TV Guide, it is shown as GLO, GLB or GTV.

Global Stations[change | change source]

Programming List[change | change source]

Currently broadcast[change | change source]

News[change | change source]

Daytime[change | change source]
Comedy[change | change source]
Drama[change | change source]
Reality[change | change source]
Late night talk/variety[change | change source]
Sports[change | change source]

Formerly broadcast[change | change source]

News[change | change source]
Daytime[change | change source]
Late night talk/variety[change | change source]
Comedy[change | change source]
Drama[change | change source]
Reality[change | change source]
Game shows[change | change source]
Children Shows[change | change source]
Sports[change | change source]

Global HD[change | change source]

In October 2004, a HD version started airing, at the time, you had to have digital cable.

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