Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Horror Channel Stays on the Air

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Horror Channel Stays on the Air

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A North-East based horror TV channel hit by financial difficulties has been bought out by its management team in a move which will safeguard 10 jobs.

Gateshead-based The Horror Channel was launched less than five months ago to offer scary films, documentaries and news on a satellite station.

But horror fans will still be able to watch cult films now the business has been sold to Amore TV after a review of several offers.

Two North-East advisors came up with an innovative financial rescue package and the existing management team of Tony Hazel and Ian Cull stepped in to put a rescue package together under the new name of Amore TV.

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