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  • Viacom's Epix Lands National Distribution Deal With Dish Network

    Viacom's Epix Lands National Distribution Deal With Dish Network

    Epix, the movie and entertainment streaming network that works across your TV, computer, and mobile phone, has landed another cable deal: Dish Network. In the past few months, the network also landed a deal with Cox Communications, Charter Communications and Mediacom Communications. We wrote about the service here and here. Specific terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Jointly backed… Read More

  • Fake Steve Jobs, Larry Charles Working On EPIX Silicon Valley Comedy Series

    Fake Steve Jobs, Larry Charles Working On EPIX Silicon Valley Comedy Series

    Dan Lyons, the Newsweek writer, book author and creator of the Fake Steve Jobs persona, is currently writing a pilot script for a comedy series on Silicon Valley for entertainment channel and movie streaming network EPIX. Larry Charles of Seinfeld, Entourage, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Borat and BrĂ¼no fame will be directing the pilot and overseeing the script development. The show is going to… Read More

  • Viacom's EPIX Lands Cable Deal With Charter Communications

    Epix, the movie and entertainment streaming network that works across your TV, computer, and mobile phone, has landed its fourth cable deal: Charter Communications. In the past few weeks, the network also landed a deal with Cox Communications and Mediacom Communications. We wrote about the service here and here. Specific terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Jointly backed by Viacom… Read More

  • Viacom's EPIX Lands Cable Deal With Mediacom Communications

    Viacom's EPIX Lands Cable Deal With Mediacom Communications

    Epix, the movie and entertainment streaming network that works across your TV, computer, and mobile phone, has landed a third cable provider for its service: Mediacom Communications. This week the network also landed a deal with Cox Communications. We wrote about the service here and here. Specific terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Jointly backed by Viacom, Lionsgate, Paramount… Read More

  • Viacom's EPIX Finds Second Cable Distributor In Cox Communications

    Viacom's EPIX Finds Second Cable Distributor In Cox Communications

    Epix, the movie and entertainment streaming network that works across your TV, computer, and mobile phone, has officially landed a second cable provider for its service: Cox Communications. We wrote about the service here and here. Cox was rumored to be in negotiations with EPIX in December. SAI was tipped on the deal over the weekend but the official announcement of the partnership was made… Read More

  • Epix Officially Launches Movie Streaming Network

    Epix Officially Launches Movie Streaming Network

    We recently wrote about Epix, the movie and entertainment streaming network that works across your TV, computer, and mobile phone. Jointly backed by Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount, Epix is launching its service today with 150 titles, with 3,000 more movies, concerts and shows to be added in the next year. Epix says that eventually it will be able to provide access to over 15,000 titles, but as… Read More

  • Hollywood, We Have Plenty Of Half-Services. It's Time For A Whole One.

    Hollywood, We Have Plenty Of Half-Services. It's Time For A Whole One.

    I was reading over a pitch tonight for a new streaming movie service called Epix HD, when I looked up from my computer to my TV stand. On it, I saw an Apple TV, an Xbox 360, and a cable box. Right there, that is 3 different ways to get streaming movies to my television. And that’s not even mentioning the Netflix service over Xbox Live, and the streaming service that can come right to my TV. Read More

  • Movie studios launch Epix: 720p streaming video for free

    Movie studios launch Epix: 720p streaming video for free

    I’m much too “handy,” wink wink, with a computer to personally care about Epix, the movie studios’ latest attempt to take the Internet head-on. It’s part cable TV channel and part 720p Internet streaming, and it’s run by Paramount, MGM, and Lionsgate. No cable companies have announced that they’ve signed up as yet. Read More