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Definitions of hubbub in various dictionaries:
noun - loud confused noise from many sources
Loud noise; din.
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a chaotic din caused by a crowd of people.|
|loud confused noise from many sources|
|A chaotic din caused by a crowd of people.|
|Loud noise din. See Synonyms at noise.|
|a loud noise, especially caused by a lot of people all talking at the same time:|
|general excitement and activity:|
|a mixture of continuing noises producing a feeling of busy activity or confused excitement:|
|Hubbub might refer to|
|Discovery Family is an American digital cable and satellite television channel owned by Discovery Inc., with a minority ownership held by Hasbro.|
* The network was launched on October 7, 1996, as Discovery Kids Channel, a spin-off of Discovery Channel that featured science, nature, and adventure-themed programs aimed towards children aged between 6 and 11. In April 2009, Hasbro announced a joint venture with Discovery to re-launch Discovery Kids as The Hub (later the Hub Network) on October 10, 2010; Hasbro handled programming, while Discovery handled distribution and advertising sales. The Hub was intended to be a general, youth-oriented network with a "diverse" lineup, primarily featuring programming adapted from Hasbro franchises (such as Transformers, its board games, My Little Pony, Pound Puppies, and Littlest Pet Shop), along with other, family-oriented programs such as sitcom reruns and films.
* On September 25, 2014, following reports earlier in the year that Hub Network president Margaret Loesch would step down by the end of the year, Discovery acquired 10% of Hasbro's stake in the network, and replaced Loesch with Henry Schleiff, who leads sister networks such as Destination America and Investigation Discovery. On October 13, 2014, Hub Network was re-branded as Discovery Family; Hasbro remains a minority partner and programs the network's daytime lineup with children's programs carried over from Hub Network, while its primetime lineup was replaced with reruns of non-fiction programs from Discovery Channel's library, including science and nature programs.
* As of February 2015, approximately 69,513,000 American households (59.7% of households with television) receive Discovery Family.