AMC may refer to:
AMC (TV channel)
AMC (stylized as aMC since 2002) is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by AMC Networks. The channel primarily airs theatrically released movies, along with a limited amount of original programming. The channel's name originally stood for "American Movie Classics", but since 2003 the full name has been de-emphasized as a result of a major shift in its programming.
As of July 2015, AMC was received by approximately 94,832,000 households in the United States that subscribe to a pay television service (81.5% of U.S. households with at least one television set). In March 2015, Dish Network's Sling TV announced it would soon begin making AMC channels available to cord cutters, including AMC, BBC America, IFC, SundanceTV, and WE tv.
AMC (1910 British automobile)
The AMC was a short-lived British steam car manufactured in London in 1910. The Automobile Manufacturing Company billed the 10 hp vehicle, which had a flash boiler, as being "absolutely safe in the hands of a novice." The car had a top speed of
AMC is a European TV channel launched by AMC Networks International. AMC replaced the MGM Channel on 5 November 2014. AMC produced dramas Halt & Catch Fire and The Divide are among the first original series that premiered on the channel. The channel also airs films from MGM, Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Sony Pictures Entertainment. The channel launched in the United Kingdom on 28 August 2015, in partnership with BT TV and branded AMC from BT. Sky customers must subscribe to 'BT Sport pack' to access the channel.
AMC is an Asian TV channel launched by AMC Networks International. AMC replaced the MGM Channel on January 1, 2015. AMC produced dramas Halt & Catch Fire and The Divide are among the first original series that premiered on the channel. The channel also airs movies from MGM, Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
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