WOW Network (produced as "W-Oh-W Network") is a cable/satellite television company that owns Wow Network One and Wow Network Two. It used to be a cable/television network until it became incorporated in 1997. It offers a variety of general-interest programming direct from Polar Night-owned television stations along with new original programming produced exclusively for the network. It is owned by Polar Night Benton Studios which also owns other cable networks and broadcast stations in the United States. Originally it was known as WOW Television until 1998.
In 1989, WOW Television receives a new on-air look and the logo is now modernized.
In 2013, Work Cable Networks merged to WOW Network.
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