Movie Network unveils video streaming product

Subscribers to The Movie Network can now watch Hollywood movies and HBO Canada shows on their smartphones and tablets, Astral Media announced Wednesday. The specialty TV, radio and outdoor advertising company said Wednesday the service, called The Movie Network Go, is available at no additional cost to those with subscriptions to The Movie Network and The […]

Subscribers to The Movie Network can now watch Hollywood movies and HBO Canada shows on their smartphones and tablets, Astral Media announced Wednesday.

The specialty TV, radio and outdoor advertising company said Wednesday the service, called The Movie Network Go, is available at no additional cost to those with subscriptions to The Movie Network and The Movie Network Encore.

It said the online streaming service will give users immediate and unlimited access to 1,200 movie and TV show titles, via an app.

Astral operates 25 specialty cable television channels, 84 radio stations and outdoor advertising businesses.

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