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  • Mar 6, 1983
    Country Music Television (CMT) makes its cable debut. The first video to air on the channel: Faron Young's "It's Four In The Morning"
    Jan 15, 1991
    Gaylord Entertainment buys CMT, giving the organization a second country music cable channel to complement The Nashville Network
    May 1, 1991
    Cable stations TNN and CMT ban Garth Brooks' video for "The Thunder Rolls," citing its graphic violence
    Mar 27, 1996
    Trace Adkins' debut video, "There's A Girl In Texas," has its world premiere on CMT
    Apr 17, 1996
    Diamond Rio's video for "It's All In Your Head," featuring actor Martin Sheen, premieres on CMT
    Aug 7, 1996
    Trace Adkins' "Every Light In The House" video first appears on television via CMT
    Dec 25, 1996
    Trace Adkins' "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing" video has its television debut on CMT
    May 28, 1997
    CMT premieres the videos to both the Trisha Yearwood and LeAnn Rimes versions of "How Do I Live" on "CMT Delivery Room"
    Sep 10, 1997
    Trace Adkins' video for "The Rest Of Mine" debuts on CMT
    Oct 1, 1997
    CBS Cable acquires CMT, TNN and country.com

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