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Categories Listings magazine
Frequency Weekly
First issue April 3, 1953
Company Gemstar-TV Guide International
Country Flag of the United States United States
Language English
Website TVGuide.com
ISSN 0039-8543

TV Guide is the name of two North American weekly magazines about television programming, one in the United States and one in Canada. Although the magazines share the same name and a similar logo, they are owned by different companies and publish distinct editorial content. A listings magazine is a magazine which contains information about the upcoming weeks events such as TV Listings, Music, Clubs, Theatre and Film information, examples include Time Out magazine in the UK. These are normally published either with a Saturday or Sunday newspaper or are published weekly to give information... is the 93rd day of the year (94th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... ISSN, or International Standard Serial Number, is the unique eight-digit number applied to a periodical publication including electronic serials. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...

In addition to TV listings, the publications feature television-related news, celebrity interviews, gossip and film reviews. Some even featured horoscope listings and crossword puzzles. Crossword is a game. ...


United States

The national TV Guide was first published on April 3, 1953. Its premiere issue cover featured a photograph of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's newborn son, Desi Arnaz, Jr. is the 93rd day of the year (94th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Lucille Désirée Ball (August 6, 1911 – April 26, 1989) was an iconic American actor, comedian and star of the landmark sitcom I Love Lucy, a four time Emmy Award winner (awarded 1953, 1956, 1967, 1968) and charter member of the Television Hall of Fame. ... Desi Arnaz (born Desiderio Alberto Arnaz y de Acha III) (March 2, 1917 – December 2, 1986) was a Cuban musician, actor, comedian and television producer. ... Desi Arnaz, Jr. ...

TV Guide as a national publication resulted from Walter Annenberg's Triangle Publications' purchase of numerous regional television listing publications such as TV List, TV Forecast, TV Digest, Television Guide and TV Guide. The launch as a national publication with local listings in April, 1953 became an almost instant success with the magazine becoming the most read and circulated magazine in the country by the 1960s. The initial cost was just 15¢ per copy. In addition to subscriptions, TV Guide was sold from familiar grocery store counters nationwide. Until the 1970s, each issue's features were promoted in a television commercial. Under Triangle Publications, TV Guide continued to grow not only in circulation, but in recognition as the authority on television programming with articles from both staff and contributing writers.

The TV Guide logo remains one of the most recognized publication logos today. Over the decades the shape of the logo has changed to reflect the modernization of the television screen. At first, the logo had various color backgrounds (usually black, white, blue or green) until the familiar red background became a standard in the 1960s with occasional changes to accommodate a special edition. Phil Silvers TV Guide cover This is a magazine cover. ...

Under Triangle Publications, TV Guide was first based in a small office in downtown Philadelphia until moving to more spacious national headquarters in Radnor, Pennsylvania in the late 1950s. The new facility, complete with a large lighted TV Guide logo at the building's entrance, was home to management, editors, production personnel, subscription processors as well as a vast computer system holding data on every show and movie available for listing in the popular weekly publication. Printing of the national color section of TV Guide took place at Triangle's Gravure Division plant adjacent to Triangle's landmark Philadelphia Inquirer Building on North Broad Street in Philadelphia. The color section was then sent to regional printers to be wrapped around the local listing sections. Triangle's Gravure Division was known for performing some of the highest quality printing in the industry with almost always perfect registration. Radnor Township is a township located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. ...

Triangle Publications was a well-respected and growing communications firm which, in addition to TV Guide owned The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, 16 radio and television stations (WFIL AM-FM-TV Philadelphia, PA, WNHC AM-FM-TV New Haven, CT, KFRE AM-FM-TV Fresno, CA, WNBF AM-FM-TV Binghamton, NY, WFBG AM-FM-TV Altoona, PA and WLYH-TV Lancaster/Lebanon, PA) The Daily Racing Form, The Morning Telegraph, and Seventeen magazine and various cable TV interests. It was under Triangle's ownership of WFIL in Philadelphia that Dick Clark and American Bandstand came to popularity. Triangle Publications sold its Philadelphia newspapers to Knight Newspapers in 1969, its radio and television stations during the early 1970s to Capital Cities Communications and various other interests retaining only TV Guide, Seventeen Magazine and the Daily Racing Form which were also later sold to News America Corporation in the late 1980s in one of the largest media deals of the time. The Philadelphia Inquirer is one of a two Knight Ridder newspaper duopoly daily for the Philadelphia area. ... The Philadelphia Daily News is a tabloid newspaper that began publishing on March 31, 1925, under founding editor Lee Ellmaker. ... WFIL is the name of a radio station, and also the former name of a television station, serving the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ... WBEB, known as B101, is a Soft Rock/Adult Contemporary radio station which is broadcast in the Philadelphia area. ... WPVI-TV, channel 6, is an owned-and-operated station of the Walt Disney Company-owned American Broadcasting Company, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ... WPLR (also known as 99. ... WTNH, channel 8, is the ABC affiliate for the state of Connecticut, licensed to New Haven and serving the Hartford/New Haven television market. ... KSKS is located in the Fresno, California area and broadcasts at 93. ... KFSN-TV is the ABC owned and operated television station in Fresno, California. ... WBNG-TV is the CBS television affiliate in Binghamton, New York. ... WTAJ-TV is the CBS affiliate in Altoona, Pennsylvania. ... WLYH-TV, CW 15, is the CW Television Network affiliate in the Susquehanna Valley region of Pennsylvania. ... The Daily Racing Form is a publication about horse racing. ... For other persons named Dick Clark, see Dick Clark (disambiguation). ... Dick Clark, host of American Bandstand American Bandstand was a long-running dance music television show that aired in various versions from 1952 to 1989. ... The Knight Ridder building in downtown San José. Knight Ridder (IPA: ) NYSE: KRI is an American media company, specializing in newspaper and Internet publishing. ... Capital Cities Communications was an American media company best known for its surprise purchase of the much larger ABC in 1985. ... Seventeen is an American magazine for teenage girls. ... 1211 Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue), where News Corporation is based News Corporation (abbreviated to News Corp) (NYSE: NWS, NYSE: NWSa, ASX: NWS, LSE: NCRA) is one of the worlds largest Media conglomerates. ...

In the 1990s, TV Guide was acquired by the Prevue Channel, which was then renamed TV Guide Channel. Like its predecessor, it scrolls TV listings on the bottom portion of the screen. However the top portion now features celebrity gossip, movie talk, and commercials (in addition to the movie trailers that once took up the bulk of the Prevue Channel's programing). Until recently, the programs on the TV Guide Channel generally only lasted from 30 seconds to a minute, and thus were usually scheduled to play on the hour (for instance a show might appear at 12:45 and again at 1:45). Today, TV Guide Network (as it has been branded since June 4, 2007) runs full length programming, including programs such as the weekly entertainment news magazine The 411, and red carpet event coverage, originally hosted by Joan and Melissa Rivers. In 2007, the mother-daughter duo were unceremoniously dropped by TV Guide in favor of Lisa Rinna, whose popularity had been on the rise in the wake of her recent appearance on Dancing with the Stars. The TV Guide Channel is a guide television channel that sees and/or gives a basic overview of television programs and films on television. ... The TV Guide Channel is a television channel that provides, on the bottom one third of the screen, a scrolling grid that lists television channels and the television programs and films currently showing on them. ... TV Guide Network is a cable network produced by Gemstar-TV Guide International. ... Lisa Deanna Rinna (born 11 July 1963 in Medford, Oregon, USA) is an American actress. ... Countries with their own version Dancing with the Stars is the name for a number of international television series based on the format of the British series Strictly Come Dancing. ...

From its inception until 2003, TV Guide offered listings for the entire week, 24 hours a day. Beginning with the June 21, 2003 issue (in just a few select markets), the 5am-5pm Monday-Friday listings were condensed down to four grids: 5am-8am, 8am-11am, 11am-2pm, 2pm-5pm. If programming differed from one weekday to the next, "Various Programs" was listed. This change became permanent in all TV Guide editions beginning with the 2003 Fall Preview issue. is the 172nd day of the year (173rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

Further modifications, none beneficial to the magazine's listings, continued to take place. Beginning in January 2004, the midnight-5am listings (and also 5am-8am on the Saturday and Sunday listings) did not include any out-of-town broadcast stations, just the edition's home market. Starting in June 2004 in most editions the channel line up page showing the stations for each local edition was dropped. Starting in July 2004 the overnight listings were taken out entirely, replaced by a grid that ran from 11pm-2am and had the edition's home market broadcast stations, with a handful of cable stations. It also listed a small selection of late-night movies on some channels. The daytime grids also changed from the 5am-5pm listings, to 7am-7pm. In early 2005 more channels were added to the prime-time and late night grids. The magazine also changed format to start the week's issue with Sunday listings, rather than Saturday listings, changing a tradition that started from the magazine's first issue.

On May 18, 2005, TV Guide launched TV Guide Talk, a weekly podcast available for free. The podcast is headlined by TV Guide reporter/personality Michael Ausiello, and is co-hosted by his co-workers, Angel Cohn, Daniel Manu, and Maitland McDonagh is the 138th day of the year (139th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... TV Guide Talk is a weekly podcast released by the American entertainment industry publication TV Guide. ... A podcast is a digital media file, or a series of such files, that is distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players and personal computers. ... Michael Ausiello is an American television industry journalist and sometimes actor. ... The subject of this article may not satisfy the notability guideline or one of the following guidelines for inclusion on Wikipedia: Biographies, Books, Companies, Fiction, Music, Neologisms, Numbers, Web content, or several proposals for new guidelines. ... Maitland McDonagh is an American film critic. ...

TV Guide was purchased from Triangle in 1999 by United Video Satellite Group, parent company of the Prevue Networks, which itself was later purchased by the maker of the VCR Plus device and schedule system, Gemstar-TV Guide International, partially owned by News Corporation. The correct title of this article is VCR Plus+. It appears incorrectly here due to technical restrictions. ... Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. ...

On July 26, 2005, Gemstar announced that TV Guide would be change in format from its digest size format to a larger full-size national magazine that will offer more stories and fewer TV listings. All 140 local editions were also eliminated, being replaced by two editions, one for Eastern/Central time zones and one for Pacific/Mountain. The change in format was attributed to the increase in the Internet, cable TV channels (like TV Guide Network), Electronic Program Guides, TiVo, as the sources of choice for viewers' program listings. is the 207th day of the year (208th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Digest size is a standard magazine size, smaller than a conventional bedsheet size magazine but larger than a standard paperback book, approximately 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. ... The Sky Digital EPG in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. ... TiVo (pronounced tee-voh, IPA: ) is a popular brand of digital video recorder (DVR) in the United States. ...

The new version of TV Guide hit stores on October 17, 2005, and featured Ty Pennington from Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on the cover. The listings format, now consisted entirely of grids, also changed format to start the week's issue with Monday listings, rather than Sunday listings. is the 290th day of the year (291st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Tygert Burton Ty Pennington (born October 19, 1965 in Atlanta, Georgia) is a carpenter and TV personality. ... Extreme Makeover: Home Edition is an ABC reality television series that began broadcasting in 2003 in which a familys house, including all rooms, exterior and landscaping, is made over by a team of builders and designers in seven days. ...

In September 2006, TV Guide launched a redesigned website with expanded original editorial and user generated content not included in the print magazine. A website (alternatively, Web site or web site) is a collection of Web pages, images, videos and other digital assets that is hosted on one or several Web server(s), usually accessible via the Internet, cell phone or a LAN. A Web page is a document, typically written in HTML...

On December 22, 2006, TV Guide introduced the magazine's first ever two-week edition. The edition, which has Rachael Ray on the cover, was issued for the week of December 25, 2006 to January 7, 2007. December 22 is the 356th day of the year (357th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Rachael Domenica Ray (born August 25, 1968 in Glens Falls, New York[1][2]) is an Emmy-award winning television personality and author, who currently hosts the syndicated talk/lifestyle program Rachael Ray and two Food Network series, 30 Minute Meals and Rachael Rays Tasty Travels. ... is the 359th day of the year (360th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 7th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era. ...

In May, 2007, Gemstar media re-named the TV Guide Channel to the TV Guide Network, stating that the new name reflects a new direction towards more original content and entertainment features in additional to its traditional listings function.


For many years, the Canadian edition of TV Guide was virtually the same as the US version, right down to the US ads in the colour section (prior to the mid-1970s, some Canadian TV Guide editions were also sold in some border American markets). The only differences were the price (in 1972, the US edition was 15¢, while in Canada, it was 25¢) and the publisher (the "Saturday" listings featured the disclaimer, "This Canadian magazine is distributed, assembled and prepared by McMurray Publishing Company, Ltd...."). At least eleven editions were available across the country covering the major cities. Image File history File links TVGuideCanadaLogo. ...

Beginning in January 1977, however, the magazine split off on its own, at first using some of the same stories and covers as the US version, but eventually publishing completely different editorial content, often with a Canadian focus although the Canadian edition also published features and photos on American productions that did not appear in the US version. The magazine, which otherwise uses a similar logo to that of the American version, was published by Transcontinental Media. A series of sharp price increases were applied, rising to 30¢, 35¢, and ultimately close to a dollar per issue. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Transcontinental Inc. ...

In 2004, the magazine changed its format from a digest size, similar to the American version, to a larger format (similar in size to a comic book). The need to keep the page count reasonable while listing an increased number of channels was cited in the first new issue as the primary rationale for moving to larger pages. With the change in format came the decision by the magazine to cease printing 24-hour listings; overnight programming was left off in order to focus on more frequently viewed hours, which elicited reader complaints. A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ...

As of November 5, 2005, the Canadian TV Guide was reduced from the six remaining editions to two, one for Eastern Canada and one for Western Canada. This change has been controversial. is the 309th day of the year (310th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ...

After receiving numerous complaints about the new format (one which severely condensed cross-country listings), superficial changes were introduced in the November 26 edition. A year-end double issue for the December 24, 2005 to January 6, 2006 period was entirely in colour and included further scaled back listings. It also included an extensive survey, purportedly to gauge relative interest in the different sections of the magazine. The survey, however, was not intended to determine if the magazine's format switch from regional editions to semi-national editions, should remain.

On October 19, 2006, Transcontinental announced it would cease publication of the Canadian edition, with the last issue to be dated November 25 (and on newsstands November 20). Transcontinental said TV Guide will be transitioned to a "web publication", as the defunct magazine's website will be expanded. is the 292nd day of the year (293rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ...

The new website is now (December 1st, 2006) active at http://www.tvguide.ca and is being hosted by Sympatico/MSN. Once a cable/satellite provider has been selected, all channels appear (the list cannot currently be edited to remove unwanted channels). The grid is fixed at a two-hour width, requiring "scrolling" (actually a page refresh) to see anything outside this range. "VCR Plus" numbers are not available. Bell Sympatico is the consumer-side Internet service provider division of Bell Canada. ... For other uses, see MSN (disambiguation). ...

May 6, 2007 Transcontinental Media announced today that TV Guide Canada would come back and roll off the press once a season. No TV Listings will be put on at this time, just stories. First issue, (Summer 2007) was a special tribute focusing on Britian's Princess Diana. The new re-launched magazine was called TVGUIDE.CA SPECIAL TRIBUTE, not TV Guide.

Thursday, September 27, 2007 Transcontinental Media announced today that www.tvguide.ca would once again include catagories for listings, times, and new indacators for episodes on the TV Guide website. Pamela Master, TV Guide Publisher, would try to work on the website for the new TV features.

TV Guides in other countries

Other countries also publish national TV guides, none believed to be affiliated with the North American publication.

  • United Kingdom, the Radio Times and TV Times are amongst the most popular.
  • Germany, people have the choice of about 50 different TV Guides; some of them showing the TV listings for the next 2 or even 4 weeks ahead.
  • Australia, During the 1970s there was a version of TV Guide, which was published under license by Southdown Press. But that version soon merged with the more successful enemy TV Week in 1980. TV Week has a very similar logo to the TV Guide logo.
  • New Zealand, There is a digest sized publication called TV Guide, although it is not linked in any way to either the United States or Canadian publications. It has the biggest circulation of any national magazine, and is published by Fairfax Media.[1]
  • Mexico, There is a digest-sized publication called TV Guía, unrelated with the US publication. It is published by Editorial Televisa.
  • INDIA, There is an Online Indian TV Guide called "ZipAZap" and available on zipazap.com[2]. ZipAZap is a multi-platform TV Guide service available on Mobile, Online and Set-Top-Boxes. ZipAZap India TV Guide is again unrelated to the American or Canadian TV Guide service. The ZipAZap TV Guide service has a host of Indian TV Channels of almost all the different regional Indian languages

Current Radio Times logo Radio Times is the BBCs weekly television and radio programme listings magazine. ... The TV Times is a television listings magazine published in the United Kingdom. ... TV WEEK is a weekly television magazine in Australia, first published as a Melbourne-only publication in 1957 (as TV-Radio WEEK) and bearing a strong affiliation to television station GTV-9. ... Year 1980 (MCMLXXX) was a leap year starting on Tuesday (link displays the 1980 Gregorian calendar). ... Televisa is the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world[1], followed by TV Azteca, and a major player in the international entertainment business. ...

In popular culture

  • The Lost Boys- a bored Sam notices a TV Guide magazine in Grandpa's house and excitedly asks Grandpa if he has a TV. Grandpa responds "No, I just like to read the TV Guide. You read the TV Guide, you don't need a TV."
  • Seinfeld- George's dad, Frank, collects the magazine. He enjoys the fall preview editions the most. In 2000, Frank was featured in ads for the Canadian TV Guide, singing the praises of its new features, including perfect binding.
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm - Larry David (Seinfeld co-creator) playing a fictional version of himself, upon his deathbed (S05E10 'The End') tells his friend and manager Jeff Greene (Jeff Garlin), that he shouldn't have let him do the Seinfeld TV Guide cover because he " ... really looked like an asshole" - referring to the actual TV Guide of November 21-27, 2004[1].
  • Mama's Family, Vinton Harper reveals that he has been collecting TV Guides for more than 25 years. He knows off-hand how many times Mister Ed (Naomi's favorite TV character) has made the cover: twice.
  • The Bundys from the TV show Married... with Children also enjoy reading TV Guide; in fact, it is their only reading material, especially for Al Bundy.
  • The Simpsons, Homer says the 'Three Rs' are "Reading TV Guide, Writing to TV Guide... Renewing TV Guide."
  • On the Family Guy episode Boys Do Cry, Brian is on the phone with his dimwitted girlfriend, explaining the Cheers And Jeers section to her.
  • In the 5th episode of Season 2 of Hell's Kitchen, the reward for completing the challenge was a photo shoot at TV Guide.
  • The X-Files, Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) holds up an issue of TV Guide to a bunch of mental patients, asking if the person on the cover (Jay Leno) was the person they claim committed the crime. They all agree he was. (She is holding up a copy of the Canadian edition of TV Guide. While the show at this point was filmed in Vancouver, this episode was set in the United States.)
  • In the Animaniacs song "I'm Cute", Dot mentions that TV Guide has her on the cover.
  • In the popular sitcom Roseanne, Dan (played by John Goodman) has many issues of TV Guide.

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  • Lucille Ball has appeared on TV Guide more than anybody. She has appeared on 39 covers.

See also

TV Guide Network is a cable network produced by Gemstar-TV Guide International. ... TV Guide cover from the summer of 2002 that coincided with the list. ... TV Guide cover from January 27, 2001. ... TV Guide cover from the summer of 2002 that coincided with the list. ...


  1. ^ http://www.fairfaxnz.co.nz/publications/general/info16.html
  2. ^ http://www.zipazap.com

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