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In America, we have been raised in a free society. We cherish many important values, such as free speech, free thought and the rights of divergent points of view to be seen and heard.

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As a family-owned and -operated national TV network, REELZ understands that independent businesses power the economy and embody the freedom that Americans so greatly cherish. To show our support, REELZ is giving free advertising to independent businesses across the nation. But we can’t do it without viewers like you!

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As an independent network, REELZ is dedicated to providing you with innovative, entertaining television. We don’t have the corporate red tape or politics that can clutter your TV screen with junk. We’re proud of everything we show you. That’s why America’s finest cable and satellite providers have chosen to show their support for independent, family-run businesses by distributing REELZ.

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Washington, D.C., is home to plenty of partisan arguments. But there’s one thing the town’s Democrats and Republicans can agree upon: Labyrinth Games is a national treasure. In just four short years Labyrinth has grown to become a must-see destination for visitors from all over the world. They come in search of new or rare games of all types, from specialty games like Magic:The Gathering, to puzzles and especially board games Read more.

How to Get the Most Out of Small Business Saturday

For independent business owners and their supporters, Black Friday and Cyber Monday take a back seat to Small Business Saturday, which comes this year on Nov. 26. The experts at have great tips about how to mark the occasion. Read more.

A Three-Wheeled Way To Physical Fitness

America’s best independent business ideas often spring from one person’s attempt to solve a problem. Take for instance Joe Bush, who needed to overcome injuries that kept cropping up when he exercised. Our friends at KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News in the Twin Cities explains how Mr. Bush’s problem solving resulted in the creation of one of the coolest bike companies you’ll ever see. Read more.

Message From CEO Stan E. Hubbard

Stan E. Hubbard

Operating an independent business in any field is as challenging as it is rewarding, and the television industry is no different. REELZ is proudly independent, which makes the network very rare in an entertainment and broadcast industry dominated by conglomerates. We’re just a single network looking for characters and stories that sometimes the big network groups cannot or will not touch. Independent TV networks, like any independent businesses, need your support as media groups grow even larger and control what we see. By standing up for independents, you support diversity of voice and creative expression.

At our inception in 2006, we made a deep-seated commitment to our viewers and business partners. We treat all relationships as personal and sacred, and that can only come from being an independent, family-owned business. We ask in return that you too think independently and support independent television.