DENVER — Country music fans have a new television option over Colorado's airwaves.
Viewers can now access the country-lifestyle network "Circle" on 9NEWS Channel 9.6.
The network, which first launched in other areas of the country in Oct. 2019, aims to be "an experience bringing fans, artists and the country lifestyle together like never before."
Circle's programming lineup includes the return of a weekly broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry, the show that made country music famous. The name Circle is a nod to the iconic wooden circle on the Grand Ole Opry stage where countless country music superstars have performed.
The new programming lineup can be accessed in the Denver metro area by re-scanning your television to access the over-the-air channel.
For tips on how to rescan your television's antenna to access Circle and all of the networks offered by 9NEWS, click/tap here.
“Circle is all about fun, discovery and accessibility for country music fans," said General Manager of Circle Media Drew Reifenberger. "Circle will align fans and artists by creating intimate experiences and camaraderie of a close-knit circle of friends.”
“As country music’s fan base continues to expand, our goal as a company is to provide different entertainment experiences that celebrate the country lifestyle and enrich the artist-fan connection that is the backbone of country music," said Opry Entertainment Group President Scott Bailey. "Circle Media is a key piece of that strategy that will create a window into all of the best moments that happen in Nashville and throughout the South so fans can connect with up-and-coming artists and the superstars they love from anywhere they are.”
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