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TNN was purchased by the Gaylord Entertainment Company in 1983.
After Gaylord bought CMT in 1991, TNN's music programming was shifted to CMT, leaving TNN to focus on entertainment and lifestyle programming.
Race hustler Spike Lee is at it again, this time stoking the flames of racial tension in the tragic death of the Florida teenager, Trayvon Martin.
Lee took to Twitter on Friday urging his followers to repost George Zimmerman’s address, the community watch volunteer who shot Martin last month after a struggle where Zimmerman was allegedly attacked by the 17-year-old.
In 1995, TNN and CMT were acquired by Westinghouse, which was in turn acquired by Viacom in 1999.
Under Viacom ownership, TNN began phasing out its existing, country-influenced programming, in favor of more off-network series, films, and sports entertainment programming targeted to a wider audience.
In August 2003, TNN relaunched as Spike TV, which targeted a young adult male audience.
Spike Lee has even lashed out at Eddie Murphy, insinuating that he was a race traitor and Uncle Tom for selling out to a movie business dominated by white interests, as well as African American actors Ving Rhames and Cuba Gooding Jr. And as I point out in , Spike Lee despises interracial marriage, a stance that must have been a source for considerable embarrassment when his dad, jazz musician Bill Lee, wed a Jewish white woman. Actually, Barack told me the first date he took Michelle to was Do the Right Thing. Otherwise you would have taken her to Soul Man.’ Michelle would have been like, ‘What’s wrong with this brother? But investigators don’t know if the shooting was racially-motivated. So before the president prematurely injects race into a deadly shooting, perhaps he should do some “soul searching” of his own and question why he proudly breaks bread with a Hollywood hatemonger like Spike Lee.
TNN operated from the now-defunct Opryland USA theme park near Nashville, Tennessee.
Country Music Television (CMT), founded by Glenn D.
It was renamed The National Network in September 2000, coinciding with the premiere of WWF Raw on the channel.
At this point, Viacom described TNN as being a general entertainment service, albeit one appealing to Middle America.