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Joining the channel's roster of stars such as Gene Simmons and Kirstie Alley is one-time Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider.
"What we set out to do in 2003 was lay out a long-term play that introduces A&E to a wider, newer, younger audience," said A&E TV Networks boss Abbe Raven. "We stick to the plan, and started out one-by-one developing these franchises."
As a result, A&E's median age dropped from 61 -- in mid-2003 -- to 48. The channel also finished among the top 10 ad-supported cable nets in 2009 with adults 18-34; the channel placed a dismal 28th in 2003.
"I'm extremely proud of how we evolved," Raven said. "We haven't done it with just one show, but a number of shows consistently."