How to Activate a Device at the History Authorize Portal
- Users can choose from 3 different device types to activate
- The portal requires television provider account verification
- History network contact information is available
Any network that provokes as much curiosity as does the History Channel is sure to have a decent sized market for online streaming of its content (to put it lightly!). However, with such a big market comes the need for a convenient way for the channel to bring streaming to the waiting (and likely VERY appreciative) eyes’ of the masses. That’s precisely where the History Authorize page comes into play. In order to begin streaming, the user must first select the type of device they are using (Amazon Fire TV, Roku, or Apple TV). Once a device has been chosen, the user must then confirm a TV provider before they enter the activation code.
Thought Provoking Shows Airing on the History Channel
- Knightfall – Dive into the clandestine world of a legendary brotherhood of warrior monks
- Million Dollar Genius – True stories of ordinary people who turned an idea into success
- Milwaukee Blacksmith – A father and his three sons detail the ancient craft a blacksmith
- The Cars That Made America – A special about visionaries who built the auto industry
- The Woodsmen – A group of men who decide to leave the rat race and go to the trees
By the way, users who don’t see the desired provider on the featured list (AT&T U-verse, Spectrum, Xfinity, Cox, DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW, Dish, Frontier, Mediacom, Hulu, Verizon, and Optimum are featured) can use the drop down list at the History Authorize page. Once the list appears it will show all available providers listed in alphabetical order (there’s a lot of them so chances are yours will be there!).
Reasons to Activate a Device at the History Authorize Portal
- You can brag to your friends about your ability to watch History at the drop of a hat
- Your new-found knowledge gained from watching should be great dinner party convo
- Make the most out of your cable subscription (get EVERYTHING that you pay for!)
After the user enters the activation code, they can click Continue button can be clicked to proceed to the provider’s website to verify the account (don’t worry the task is almost complete just power through to the end!). Those with questions for the History Channel can try reaching out to its parent company A&E Networks. Additionally, A&E Networks can handle questions about its other networks such as Lifetime, FYI, and Viceland.
A&E Networks Address
- 235 E. 45th Street, New York, NY 10017
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