It’s good-bye, Denver and hello, Nashville, for Great American Country.
The network said Monday that it is moving its headquarters from its longtime home in Denver to Music Row in Nashville, Tenn.
Officials from the Scripps Network service said the move is expected to be completed by late October, with the space serving as a temporary location until a larger, permanent location for the can be found.
“Our intention is for Great American Country to become America's country-music source, with its music-intensive format and the latest in country-music news and events," E.W. Scripps Co. CEO Ken Lowe said in a prepared statement.
“As the television home of the legendary Grand Ole Opry, Great American Country is committed to providing passionate country-music fans with a mix of current and past country-music hit videos, original programming, special performances and live concerts,” Lowe added. “And the place to make this happen is on Music Row in Nashville, Tenn."