Television station Keep It Country is to rebrand to Spotlight TV. The name change is to reflect the fact that the channel has diversified into other genres such as easy listening.
The channel has indicated that some programming changes will be made, although the full extent of these changes is yet to be announced.
The channel is currently available on Freeview 87, Freesat 516, and Sky 376.
BBC Studios and Discovery have announced details of how UKTV will split.
BBC Studios will take over Alibi, Dave, Drama, Eden, Gold, Yesterday and W. Discovery will take over Good Food, Home, and Really.
BBC Studios will take over the UKTV Play on-demand catch up service. A 10 year deal will see the BBC content launch on Discovery’s new global subscription on-demand video service, excluding the UK, Ireland, and China.
The split has been rumoured for some time, following Discovery inheriting the UKTV share that was owned by Scripps Networks.
Free to air channel Quest, owned by Discovery, has secured rights to broadcast highlights from MotoGP, and support championships Moto2 and Moto3.
The coverage will also be available online via the QuestOD service. The deal starts with the 2019 season, and runs for 2 years.
Quest also shows coverage or the British Superbike Championship, Formula E and Le Mans 24 Hours.