Originally, the HD channel did not simulcast the standard definition feed of HGTV.
Instead, the HD channel featured programming separate from the standard channel.
On 1 July 2016, HGTV launched in Indonesia on Indovision.
HGTV's current programming focuses primarily on home-buying, renovation, and reality shows following the business of house flipping.
In 1997, Atlantis Communications and Scripps Networks launched a Canadian version of HGTV as a Category B specialty channel.
Through a series of acquisitions over the years, Corus Entertainment became Scripps Networks' partner in the network. Two series originating from Canada—Love It or List It and Property Brothers—have ranked among HGTV's most popular programs in the United States.
The logo was amended in 2010, with this version debuting on March 1 of that year.
The square with the "G" in it was removed, the roof was increased in size and the "HGTV" letters are now set in Gotham Black (from the original mixture of Futura and Times New Roman), with the other Gotham fonts being used around the network.
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