Pix is a channel that is currently owned by GreenyWorld Studios (Stainton Enterprises).

The Greeny Channel (first era)


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1987, Robert Stainton and Audel LaRoque got rights from to FOX, Nickelodeon, Sony, Disney, WB, MGM, Universal, Paramount, and much much more to put their shows all in one channel. 1 year later, the prelaunch of TGC showed a montage of classic cartoons and classic Greenytoons. And thus, The Greeny Channel was born.

At first, the then-impoverished Greeny Channel was forced to make many concessions on behalf of its severely limited budget. The company's flagship television block, Greeny Time!, was hosted by Howard and Bill (who were actually two unsold Snerf muppet puppets by Ideal Toys being operated by a former bus driver) and a guy in a Gorilla suit, "Barry the Gorilla," who, sounding bored, told what was coming up next. Many people did not know that the channel existed.


The Greeny Channel logo.

During the early 1990's, the channel became more noticed, as a result of extensive funding by Apple Entertainment, Inc. with new idents and branding that would later be adapted for Minimax in Spain.


The Greeny Channel Custom Splat


The greeny channel


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The Greeny Channel (unused)


Originally Pix was renamed back to The Greeny Channel but the deal was a total fail. Old Dominion Media decided to rename Geni (an entertainment channel) to The Greeny Channel a few days later.