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Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is a cable television channel similar to American Movie Classics (AMC) featuring classic movies from the Turner Entertainment and Warner Bros. libraries. Unlike AMC, it has remained uncut and commercial-free. It was started by Ted Turner in 1994 as part of the Turner Broadcasting System.

In 1996, the Turner Broadcasting System merged with Warner Brothers, making TCM a Warner Brothers-owned property.

In November 2004, perhaps in response to Cartoon Network's removal of classic cartoons, TCM began to broadcast a half-hour monthly show entitled Cartoon Alley which featured cartoons from animation's Golden Age.

The British version of TCM does interrupt movies for commercials, although movies are apparently uncut. They are headquartered at the Techwood Campus in Atlanta, Georgia in Mid-town. Since 1994, Tom Karsch has overseen the expansion of the network as the general manager and executive vice president.

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