Great American Country

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"GAC" redirects here. For other uses of this three-letter abbreviation, see Gac .

Great American Country (or GAC), is a Nashville, Tennessee-based country music cable television network.


The station launched December 31, 1995 and Garth Brooks' video "The Thunder Rolls" was the first video to air on GAC.

Scripps Networks acquired GAC from Centennial, Colorado-based Jones Radio Network on October 12, 2004. Scripps Networks, based in Knoxville, Tennessee, also owns popular lifestyle-oriented chanels HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, Cooking Channel and Travel Channel. The company was spun off from The E. W. Scripps Company in July 2008.

In addition to country music videos, Great American Country features original programming, special musical performances and live concerts.

Great American Country has been one of the fastest-growing cable networks for the past three years, and is available in more than 58 million U.S. households via cable and satellite. In late 2005, Broadcasting & Cable, an industry trade publication, named GAC as one of TV's "Breakout Networks" heading into 2006, saying of the channel: "The emerging GAC is a younger, hipper version that respects Nashville's country roads but widens the boulevards."

The channel's popularity is helped by competing network CMT's declining reliance on regular music video blocks except in the mornings and moving towards programming or...
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