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White Springs Television
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Type Broadcast and Cable network (movies)
Country United States
Availability National
Owner White Springs Media
Key people Victor Ives, founder
Launch date January 2007
Official Website whitesprings.tv

White Springs Television (WSTV) is a United States television network which features mainly motion pictures, owned by White Springs Media, with studios in Portland, Oregon and technical facilities in White Springs, Florida (the network being a namesake of the town). It was established in August 2005 by Victor Ives, a veteran Portland broadcaster who helped relaunch KEBN channel 32 (now KRCW-TV) in 1994 with an all-movie schedule. This helped inspire Ives to create a movie channel featuring all movies around the clock -- mostly with films from the public domain and made-for-TV movies, with TV commercials and short features seen only between films.

White Springs Television is available nationwide on selected cable TV systems and television stations. It was previously available via FTA on Galaxy 27, however the channel is now dark on that satellite as of October 2009. The network's parent company, White Springs Media, also owns the TalkStar Radio Network, as well as satellite teleport facilities.

In the Portland area, White Springs Television can be seen on KWVT-LP in Salem, Oregon. Other outlets include WANN-LD 32.4 in Atlanta (formerly on WYGA-LD 16.2); WWCG-LP in Columbus, Georgia; KFLA-LD Los Angeles; KDEO-LD Denver; KHPK-LP Denton, Texas; and KITL-LP Boise. Company publicity claims over a hundred full- and part-time network affiliates, but doesn't publish a list.

In October 2009, White Springs TV announced on their website that they would be changing their name to The Golden Age of Movies Channel. The website also stated there would be new satellite coordinates and web streaming.

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