Gray News - Circle, a new country music and lifestyle network, announced Wednesday it will launch Jan. The pending launch of the network, a partnership between Gray Television and Opry Entertainment Group, was first announced in October. At launch, Circle will be available as a subchannel on 56 Gray Television stations. Circle, a country music and lifestyle network, announced it will launch Jan. Among the new shows airing on the network is "Opry Live," which will feature Grand Ole Opry performances each week starting in February.
Collaboration between Gray Television, Opry Entertainment Group
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