Sling TV Expands With Epix Channels, VOD

New deal grants Sling TV live and VOD multi-stream rights. Terms cover all channels in the Epix portfolio including Epix, Epix2, Epix3 and Epix Drive-In.

Sling TV continues to add new programming, announcing today that it has signed an agreement with Epix that includes the Epix channel offerings — Epix, Epix2, Epix3 and Epix Drive-In plus more than 2,000 movie and entertainment titles on-demand as part of its next-generation TV service.

“Our customers crave the newest movies like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Transformers: Age of Extinction, but they also have a growing appetite for the classics and EPIX delivers both,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV. “Sling TV will feature Epix’s linear channels and movies on-demand in an add-on package that is accessible and affordable.”

“Sling TV is an innovative new way to deliver content to consumers who are looking for alternatives beyond traditional pay television,” said Mark Greenberg, president and CEO of Epix. “From the very creation of Epix, we have sought to capitalize on new technology to reach people with our movies where they want them, when they want them and how they want them. This is another exciting step forward with a great partner in that effort.”

Sling TV will announce the launch date, package and pricing of Epix in the coming weeks.

Sling TV’s “Best of Live TV” $20 core package delivers ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, TBS, Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, ABC Family, Disney Channel, CNN, El Rey and Galavision. This package additionally features access to WatchESPN and an array of video-on-demand entertainment. Customers can choose to tailor their entertainment experience with optional “Sports Extra,” “Kids Extra” and “News & Info Extra” add-on packs, each priced at $5 per month. In addition to live channels and VOD entertainment, Sling TV customers have access to content from Maker Studios.

Sling TV launched to all consumers this week.


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Wagner Pereira says:

February 17, 2015 at 3:53 am

So wants to pick up the “cord-cutters” who are primarily in the 18-34 demo? Then why is the average age of the channel package they offer 49 years old when the average age of all TV viewers is closer to 40?

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