AmericanLife TV Launches on Charter Systems in Wisconsin, Michigan

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AmericanLife TV, the network targeting the Baby Boomer generation, has launched on Charter Communications Mid-America KMA in Wisconsin and Michigan, network officials said Friday.

“AmericanLife TV Network has a strong commitment to successful partnerships with our affiliates,” Carla Lewis-Long, senior vice president of affiliate sales for AmericanLife TV, said in a statement. “Our niche programming speaks to the fastest growing audience in America and we are committed to servicing their needs with new, original and family oriented programming.”

AmericanLife TV’s programming slate includes the likes of Hill Street Blues, Remington Steele and Mission Impossible as well as socially responsible programming from Nick and George Clooney’s “A Journey to Darfur” and Martin Luther King III’s “Poverty in America.”