How to Contact the History Channel

by Kelli Peacock Dunn; Updated September 26, 2017

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.

Step 1

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

Step 2

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

Step 3

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.

Step 4

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


  • No matter the method of contact you choose, be sure to provide precise information, along with your contact numbers.

About the Author

Kelli Peacock Dunn has been a news editor and photographer since 1998, working at a weekly newspaper in Northwest Florida. Her articles have also appeared in "Panama City Living" magazine and "The Lookout."

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