Circle Country: Transitioning from TV to Streaming

Circle, the country music and lifestyle network, that launched in 2020 in collaboration with Gray Television, has recently announced its plans to wind down its TV operations and transition into a streaming-only channel. Gray Television made this announcement during its 3rd quarter earnings report, revealing that Circle will cease its TV broadcast on December 31, 2023.

However, the good news for fans of the network is that Circle’s shows will continue to be available through its streaming platform, Circle Country. According to a statement on the network’s website, Circle Country can be accessed on popular streaming services such as Roku, Samsung TV Plus, Fubo, Redbox, Peacock, and Xumo Play. It remains uncertain whether Tubi, which previously offered the channel, will continue to feature Circle programming.

Currently, Circle TV is accessible in more than 100 markets across the United States, utilizing Gray Television-owned stations and other partner networks. These TV stations will reportedly replace the Circle feed with one of the two new over-the-air TV stations set to launch in January by Gray, Warner Bros. Discovery, and Lionsgate.

In addition to the streaming platform, fans can also enjoy original content from Circle through the Circle Now app. The app is available on various devices and platforms including Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, LG, Android TV, Google Play, the Apple App Store, and Amazon Appstore. The Circle Now app will continue to broadcast its own exclusive shows and programming alongside the streaming transition.

As Circle embraces the shift from traditional TV to streaming, it opens up new opportunities for content access and delivery. With Circle Country and the Circle Now app, fans can continue to enjoy their favorite country music and lifestyle shows, while also benefiting from the convenience and flexibility of streaming platforms.

FAQ Section:
1. What is Circle?
Circle is a country music and lifestyle network that launched in 2020 in collaboration with Gray Television.

2. What are the recent plans for Circle?
Circle recently announced its plans to wind down its TV operations and transition into a streaming-only channel.

3. When will Circle cease its TV broadcast?
Circle will cease its TV broadcast on December 31, 2023.

4. Will Circle shows still be available after TV broadcast ends?
Yes, Circle shows will continue to be available through its streaming platform, Circle Country.

5. Where can Circle Country be accessed?
Circle Country can be accessed on popular streaming services such as Roku, Samsung TV Plus, Fubo, Redbox, Peacock, and Xumo Play.

6. Will Tubi continue to feature Circle programming?
It’s uncertain whether Tubi, which previously offered the channel, will continue to feature Circle programming.

7. How can fans access original Circle content?
Fans can access original Circle content through the Circle Now app, which is available on various devices and platforms including Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, LG, Android TV, Google Play, the Apple App Store, and Amazon Appstore.

Definitions:
– Streaming-only channel: A channel that is only available through streaming platforms and does not have a traditional TV broadcast.
– Over-the-air TV stations: TV stations that broadcast their signals over the airwaves and can be received by antennas.
– Streaming platform: An online service that allows users to access and watch video content over the internet.

Suggested Related Links:
– Gray Television
– Warner Bros.
– Lionsgate

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