Movies! is an American free-to-air television network, owned as a joint venture between Weigel Broadcasting and the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of Fox Corporation. The network's programming emphasizes feature films; the network's programming and advertising operations are based in Weigel Broadcasting's headquarters on North Halsted Street in Chicago, Illinois. It is available in several markets through digital subchannel affiliations with free-to-air television stations, as well as through carriage on pay television providers through a local affiliate of the network. Movies! provides programming 24 hours a day and broadcasts in the 16:9 widescreen picture format, available in either standard definition or high definition depending on the station's preference. The network competes with two formatted broadcast networks: This TV and GetTV; however unlike This TV and GetTV, Movies! does not edit the films aired to make room for more commercials. A notation in the Movies! Title card stating no film alterations is aired at the beginning of every film broadcast.
On January 28, 2013, Fox Television Stations and Weigel Broadcasting announced the formation of Movies!, with plans to launch the network on Memorial Day of that year. Movies! Launched on May 27, 2013, at 8:10 a.m. Eastern Time debuting on the subchannels of both of the network's co-parents: five Fox and 11 MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated stations owned by Fox Television Stations, two stations owned by Weigel, its programming was inaugurated by a ten-minute clip introducing the network, followed by the first film to be telecast on Movies!, the 1975 film Western Take a Hard Ride. Described as presenting "a variety of theatrical motion pictures in a new and advertiser friendly format, not seen on broadcast television to date", films featured on Movies! as of 2020, consist of releases from Warner Bros. Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, CBS Television Distribution. ReTV, Peter Rodgers Organization, Multicom Entertainment Group, Shout! Factory, ITV Studios Global Entertainment and Proven Entertainment.
The network's film roster concentrates on classic films from the 1920s to the 1980s, though in recent years, films from the 1990s and select films from the 2000s and 2010s are played. As of August 2019, Movies! Broadcasts featured movie presentations such as Noir to Die For all day every Thursday, Saturday Morning Movies! Consisting of films from the Hopalong Cassidy and Hardy and Blondie franchises, Popcorn Movies! Every Saturday afternoon, Definitive Movies! Every Saturday night and Sunday Night Noir. Movies! Presents many of its features in their original aspect ratio whenever possible, which are either presented in the 16:9 or 4:3 letterboxed format depending on the affiliate's preference in transmitting the subchannel. Scope films, are reformatted from 2.35:1 to 1.85:1. Films that are broadcast on the network are edited for graphic profanity and inappropriate violent or sexual content, but are not edited for running times to fit in a set time block. In order to meet requirements imposed by the Federal Communications Commission on the amount of educational programming content that a broadcast station must air each week, Movies!
Airs a three-hour block of children's programs that were distributed for syndication on Sunday mornings. This allows its affiliates to carry the network's full schedule without having to purchase E/I programming from the syndication market to comply with the rules; as of July 2014, Movies! has current or pending affiliation agreements with television stations in 43 media markets encompassing 22 states and the District of Columbia, covering 49% of the United States. Fox Television Stations and Weigel Broadcasting launched Movies! in markets served by a station owned-and-operated by the Fox network or its sister programming service MyNetworkTV. Not all of the Fox Television Stations outlets carried Movies! at launch, WJZY in Charlotte did not begin carrying Movies! until July 1, 2014, due to an existing affiliation agreement with Antenna TV. In Chicago—where Fox Television Stations and Weigel Broadcasting each own television stations—Fox-owned WPWR-TV serves as that market's charter affiliate of the network, instead of one of Weigel's three stations in that market.
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Played at midfield for Kilkenny in the 1957 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final. Mick Brophy was born on 9 October 1932 in County Kilkenny, his parents Thomas and Elizabeth, farmed a dairy farm in the parish, located 5 miles from the city of Kilkenny. Up to the introduction of the parish rule, Brophy played his underage hurling with Eoghan Ruadh, he played with his local club Danesfort, was a member of the Kilkenny senior inter-county team in the 1950s. He played at midfield in the famous 1957 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, when Kilkenny beat their neighbours and great rivals, Waterford by a single point; the 1957 victory was greeted with jubilant celebration in the Marble city. A special effort had been made at the time to trawl for talent amongst Junior clubs to try to reverse Kilkenny's ailing fortunes, it proved to be successful and Kilkenny have never since waited ten years to capture All Ireland glory. The same teams and Waterford, would again meet in the 1959 final when, after a draw, fortunes were reversed in the replay with a Waterford victory.
This remains Waterford's last title and Mick attended the recent All Ireland final of 2008, some 49 years when Kilkenny overcame Waterford with relative ease to capture the first'three in a row' since the Cork team of the seventies. Brophy had played with the Kilkenny minor teams in 1949 and 1950 capturing the All Ireland title in 1950. For many years Mick Brophy was the only Danesfort man to hold a senior All Ireland hurling medal. Presently there are two Danesfort players featuring on the Kilkenny senior team - namely Ritchie Hogan and Paul Murphy. Renowned as a skilful left handed midfielder Brophy was noted for his ability to double on the ball in the air. Mick Brophy died in spring 2009 and is fondly remembered by the older contingent of Kilkenny hurling followers