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Ryman Hospitality launches new country music TV network

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Kaelon Cage) -- The folks who brought you the television drama “Nashville” are launching a new TV offering.

Ryman Hospitality will soon debut a new television network. 

  Ryman is calling it’s new network “Circle” in honor of the iconic spot center stage at the Grand Ole Opry.

Circle is expected to launch in 2020, and will initially air on stations owned by Gray TV.

The Nashville Business Journal quotes Ryman executives saying the network will feature up and coming country music artists. Content will range from profiles pieces centered around the artists, to documentaries and movies.

Would you like to read the initial "Circle" press release from Ryman Hospitality?