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What is the linear AMC+ linear channel? Is it a linear streaming channel like Cheddar/Tastemade? What is different from this and regular AMC? Why...
Is it an internet only channel or is it a normal satellite channel?
I didn't think So Yummy would launch as a normal satellite channel. I thought it would be internet only like Cheddar. What does it actually show 24/7?
Is it an internet only channel?
Does being an internet channel not lessen the amount of people actually able to watch the channel a lot?
What happened to the preview channel?
How does H&I work on AT&T U Verse?
Is Audience closing on the 29th of February or what is happening?
Showtime to rebrand one of its multiplex channels Showcase as Sho*BET. It will feature scripted series from BET and Showtime. I don't really see...
They are not actual linear channels. When you click on them you are directed to on demand.
That's weird. On the link I posted there is no mention of traditional linear channels. Also when they announced Hitz would be launching they said...
No Hitz is just an on demand service. There are no actual linear channels like Screenpix Introducing Hitz – Xfinity
Hitz is just an on demand service isn't it? There are no traditional linear channel like Screenpix?
Verizon has launched Yahoo Finance as a 24/7 channel on Verizon. I wonder will there be future distribution of this channel to compete with CNBC...