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    The Steamed Clams Channel

    The Steamed Clams Channel
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    Type
    Country
    Broadcast area Random Region
    United States (via satellite)
    Canada (via satellite)
    Network
    Stations
    Transmitters
    Affiliates
    Slogan
    Headquarters Random City, Random Region
    Programming
    Language(s) English
    Spanish
    Canadian French (via satellite)
    Picture format 1080i HDTV
    (downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
    Timeshift service
    Owner
    Parent
    Key people
    Sister channels The Random Channel
    History
    Launched January 20, 2018
    Replaced
    Closed
    Replaced by
    Availability
    Terrestrial
    Randomedia 225 (SD)
    226 (HD)
    1225 (On-demand service)
    RRView 256 (SD)
    456 (HD)
    1256 (On-demand service)
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    Cable
    Tele-Random 422 (SD)
    1422 (HD)
    Flubee Cable 500 (SD)
    501 (HD)
    Ultraview RR 102 (SD)
    1102 (HD)
    1502 (On-demand service)
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    Satellite
    Meap Communications 625 (SD)
    626 (HD)
    1625 (On-demand service)
    DISH Random 600 (SD)
    601 (HD)
    1600 (On-demand service)
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    IPTV
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    Streaming media
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    Satellite radio
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    The Steamed Clams Channel was launched on January 20, 2018 as a sister channel to The Random Channel. It mostly airs shows from other wikis, shows mentioned on Shows most of us might have forgotten, memetic shows, users' favorite shows, and some Random-ness Originals.

    History[edit | edit source]

    2018-2019 (Launch and controversy)[edit | edit source]

    The idea of The Steamed Clams Channel was initially proposed back in 2017 by a Random Region-based television executive who was disgruntled by the lack of local television channels in the area. The channel's name, which comes from an episode of The Simpsons titled "22 Short Films About Springfield", was chosen by the aforementioned executive because his son was a huge fan of the episode.

    The channel launched on Saturday, January 20, 2018 in the Random Region. Prior to its debut, The Random Channel promoted its new sister network during bumpers and commercial breaks. The first show to air on The Steamed Clams Channel was Planet Sheen, followed by Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat. By February, the channel was available on most of the area's local cable providers.

    Controversy arose in March when an executive of the channel was fired due to inappropriate behavior both inside and outside of the workplace, leading to shows such as Sagwa, Rescue 911 and SpongeBob & Sagwa being indefinitely taken off of the regular schedule. There was no warning about the sudden change, and over 350,500 angry viewers called the channel's headquarters and demanded a reason for the modified schedule. Today, it is known as the "Massacre of March" among viewers. Following the April premieres of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and the Pokémon anime series, more and more viewers began to tune in daily. By the end of the year, The Steamed Clams Channel averaged about 2,400,000 total viewers (200,000 viewers daily).

    2021-present (Junior Clam, new programming)[edit | edit source]

    On June 28, 2021 (which was the same day Random Region's Most Wanted premiered), it was announced that The Steamed Clams Channel would be launching a programming block for preschool-aged children called Junior Clam. Starting July 3, 2021, it will air on weekdays from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM and on weekends from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM. It was also announced that Baby Einstein, Rubbadubbers, Team Umizoomi, LazyTown, Postman Pat, Nina Needs to Go, The Adventures in Nutrition with Captain Carlos and Blaze and the Monster Machines would be moved to the block. Alongside this, multiple new shows were confirmed to begin airing on the block, namely Elinor Wonders Why, Nanalan', Baby Shark's Big Show and the ever-popular Bluey. There was a brief rumor that Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat would return as a part of the Junior Clam program lineup, but this was quickly disproven. When asked about the rumor, a channel employee only known as C was quoted as saying, "Sagwa is forbidden. We are open to re-airing former programs if enough viewers want to see them, but we have to draw the line somewhere."

    The Steamed Clams Channel also announced that multiple new shows would premiere during the summer of 2021 on the regular schedule, such as Disney's Amphibia and the Nickelodeon mockumentary series Drama Club. To much anticipation, two new original productions named The Otis and Obama Comedy Hour and Shitpost were announced alongside the acquired programs. All of these shows began airing on July 1, 2021 to almost immediate success.

    Current programming[edit | edit source]

    Main article: List of programming broadcast by The Steamed Clams Channel
    Main article: List of programming broadcast by Junior Clam

    Since its inception, The Steamed Clams Channel has been airing both original programming and acquired programming from other networks. It primarily airs animated programming aimed at children.

    Gallery[edit | edit source]

    Schedule[edit | edit source]

    Main article: The Steamed Clams Channel/Schedule

    Commercials[edit | edit source]

    Main article: The Steamed Clams Channel/Commercials for Shows

    Trivia[edit | edit source]

    • The uncut versions of the SpongeBob SquarePants episodes "Just One Bite," "Procrastination," and "SpongeBob in RandomLand" are all shown on this channel.

    International versions[edit | edit source]

    The Steamed Clams Channel also has American, Canadian, British, Irish and Australian feeds.

    Comments[edit | edit source]

    Should I import all these old RNW shows?
    -- Scary Wallpaper (Tornadospeed) (talk) 23:56, 27 June 2021 (UTC)

    Go ahead 👍
    -- ★ CHOERRYISM ★ (talk) 23:57, 27 June 2021 (UTC)

    Ye that would be great :D
    -- PizzaPizzaYumYum (talk) 23:58, 27 June 2021 (UTC)

    I'll add the rest tomorrow.
    -- Scary Wallpaper (Tornadospeed) (talk) 01:06, 28 June 2021 (UTC)

    I unironically can't wait for The Otis and Obama Comedy Hour
    -- Scary Wallpaper (Tornadospeed) (talk) 18:12, 29 June 2021 (UTC)

    Good. It's gonna be epic
    -- ★ CHOERRYISM ★ (talk) 18:16, 29 June 2021 (UTC)

    oh hell yeah we finally got a logo!
    -- Scary Wallpaper (Tornadospeed) (talk) 18:48, 13 July 2021 (UTC)

    Yep!! It was a long time coming
    -- ★ CHOERRYISM ★ (talk) 18:59, 13 July 2021 (UTC)

    The logo is very pog :D
    -- PizzaPizzaYumYum (talk) 19:14, 13 July 2021 (UTC)

    Thank you!!
    -- ★ CHOERRYISM ★ (talk) 19:14, 13 July 2021 (UTC)

    Do mature-audience shows air on the channel at night? (Lust like what Cartoon Network does)
    -- TallAutism2006 (talk) 02:31, 2 August 2021 (UTC)

    I wonder what the commercials for shows look like?
    -- TallAutism2006 (talk) 04:41, 26 August 2021 (UTC)

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