History (initially The History Channel from 1995 to 2008) is a history-based digital cable and satellite TV station that is possessed by A&E Networks, a joint endeavor between the Hearst Communications and the Disney– ABC Television Group division of the Walt Disney Company. Notwithstanding its self-named lead channel, History gives sister channels, for example, History en Español (Spanish dialect) and Military History.
The channel initially communicates narrative projects and verifiable fiction arrangement. All the more as of late, it has station floated to generally communicate different unscripted tv arrangement, for example, Pawn Stars, Ax Men, and other nonhistorical content. The system is reprimanded by numerous researchers, history specialists, and doubters for broadcasting pseudodocumentaries and unconfirmed and shocking analytical programming, for example, Ancient Aliens, UFO Hunters, Brad Meltzer’s Decoded, and the Nostradamus Effect.
As of February 2015, around 96,149,000 American family units (82.6% of families with TV) get the system’s leader channel, History. International confined variants of History are accessible, in different structures, in India, Canada, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. The primary European adaptation was propelled in Scandinavia in 1997 by Viasat, which presently works its own channel, Viasat History.