Fort Worth, Texas-based country music television network The Country Network (TCN) announced the relaunch of their nationally televised platform under new ownership, new vision and new programming that offers viewers more diverse content.
In addition to their over-the-air broadcast, TCN will be launching its all-new streaming platform to include ROKU, Sling, LG TV, STIRR, Freebie TV, Amazon TV, IMDB TV, Apple TV, IOS and Android.
TCN will continue to play videos from today’s biggest country music artists, while adding its new country theme-based content which will include movies, lifestyle shows, documentaries and episodals.
The new TCN ownership group is spearheaded by incoming CEO Tommy Snyder, a Nashville Music Row veteran. Snyder spent nine years with country music legend Charlie Daniels and has written songs for various country artists, movies, and television. Snyder brings his expertise to the network along with his team of television professionals to create a network where country music, country lifestyle and family values are at the core of programming.
Also, joining the TCN team is the original founder of The Country Network, Chad Brock. Brock returns to the network as VP of Artist Relations. Brock’s music career with Warner Bros. gave him seven chart singles on Billboard including the number-one hit “Yes!” Brock will host the upcoming “Chad Brock Show,” interviewing country artists and personalities along with musical performances by guest artists.
“We are excited about the future of the network,” says CEO Tommy Snyder. “My team of professionals are working hard to bring the highest-quality content to our viewers so that The Country Network becomes the #1 country network in the nation.”