How to Contact the History Channel

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Contact the History Channel with comments or ideas via email, phone, fax or mail.
Contact the History Channel with comments or ideas via email, phone, fax or mail. (Image: Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

Based in New York, The History Channel is part of the A & E Television Networks. Shows such as "American Pickers", "Swamp People" and "Stan Lee's Superhumans" are among the lineup, along with a variety of documentaries. The History Channel website has a link for sending emails. There are also other ways to reach network officials by phone, fax, email or standard mail to make your comments and ideas known to executives.

Submit an email to The History Channel. From the channel's home page (history.com/support), click the "Contact us" link and submit your email.

Email the network. Send an email to feedback@aetv.com to submit a comment or ask a question to A & E Television Networks, the company that owns The History Channel.

Write the network. Send a letter to A&E Television Networks, 235 East 45th Street, New York, New York 10017. The president is Abbe Raven.

Phone or fax the network. Call 212-210-1400 or send a fax to 212-210-9016.

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