Ion Television

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Ion Television
TypeBroadcast television network, satellite television network
CountryUnited States
AvailabilityNational (but not available in all markets)
Foundedby Lowell 'Bud' Paxson
Slogan"Positively Entertaining"
"Watch It Unfold." (Current promotional campaign)
OwnerION Media Networks
Key peopleR. Brandon Burgess
Launch dateAugust 31, 1998 (as PAX TV)
July 1, 2005 (as i: Independent Television)
January 29, 2007 (as Ion Television)
Former namesPax (1998–2005)
i (2005–2007)
Picture format480i (SD)
720p (HD)
Official websitehttp://www.iontelevision.com

Ion Television (stylized "ion TELEVISION") is a United States television network. It is owned by ION Media Networks. The channel started broadcasting on August 31, 1998 as PAX TV, as Independent Television on July 1, 2005, and as Ion Television on January 29, 2007. As of 2010, the network is available in 99 million homes through its 60 stations.

Sunday, Nov 08 2009 - Tuesday, Jan 08 2019[change | change source]

5:00PM Better Late Than Never — Welcome to Tokyo 1 hr 6:00PM The Night Shift — Emergent 1 hr 7:00PM Better Late Than Never — Kyoto and Hong Kong: Less Talky, More Sake 1 hr 8:00PM The Night Shift — Burned 1 hr 9:00PM Better Late Than Never — Seoul Brothers 1 hr 10:00PM Running Wild with Bear Grylls — Mel B 1 hr 11:00PM Better Late Than Never — A Thai Goodbye 1 hr

Monday, Nov 09 2009 - Wednesday, Jan 09 2019[change | change source]

12:00AM World of Dance — The Qualifiers 1 1 hr 1:00AM World of Dance — The Qualifiers 2 1 hr 2:00AM World of Dance — The Qualifiers 3 1 hr 3:00AM Paid Programming 30 min

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