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Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Viacom To Offer Channels To Sony's Online Pay TV Service


Sony's plan to offer pay TV channels via the Internet by the end of this year seems to be proceeding well following today's agreement with Viacom to feature offer 22 channels through the upcoming Internet-based live TV and video on demand service.

In addition to popular services including BET, Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon, Sony will be able to offer customers access to Viacom's TV Everywhere websites and apps as well as its full VOD package.

The companies didn't disclose financial terms of their agreement.

Sony Network Entertainment Business Group Executive Andrew House says the online service will "combine the live TV content people love most about cable with the dynamic experience they have come to expect from our network." The company says that it will offer its online customers "live TV and video on demand from major programmers" including Viacom. It will provide additional info about the new service "in the near future."

Dish Network also plans an Internet offering that would provide some pay TV channels at a lower price than consumers typically pay. Verizon also is working on what's known in the trade as an over-the-top service.




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