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The Texas Television Network (or simply TTN) is a commercial statewide broadcast television network that serves the state of Texas and is owned and operated by Hyper Television Group, a division of Hyper Holdings. TTN operates three services TTN East for stations on the east side, TTN West for stations on the west side, and TTN Midwest for stations on the Midwest areas of the state.
It began broadcasting in 1972 as the Midway Texas Television Network (simply known as Midway Texas or MTTN) and it was owned by Midway until 2009 when WB Games purchased the network and changed its name to the current TTN, in 2014, WB Games no longer owns TTN to focusing more on game developments, and purchased it by Hyper Television Group while WB Games and KIVO Television Group opens up another spun-off and a new commercial-free 9 station television network affiliated with CBeebies, Treehouse TV, and HBO known as The Texas Network (or TXN) which also operates TXN2, which is affiliated with HBO Family, Showtime, and RTEjr of which offered its programming to TTN until 2014.
In 2014, Hyper Holdings purchased Texas Television Network to become Fully-commercial as sister network, the "commercial-free 3 networks-affiliated 17-stations television network" format were confirmed into history.
In 2018, the 2016 logo reverted back to 2009 logo.
In 2014, when Hyper owns it and become fully-commercial television network with the launch slogan "The Texas' home of Hyper Network.", Hyper leaked the new local branding "Hyper Texas" and new logo, it was scheduled to launch on New Year 2016.