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First look at Epix internet movie channel

As I mentioned yesterday, internet movie channel Epix launched this weekend. The TV channel is available to Verizon FiOS customers, who can also login to the EpixHD web site to watch dozens of movies including new releases such as Iron Man and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button as well as older, more obscure titles including Bubba Ho Tep and Son of Rambow. If you don't have Verizon FiOS you...

Internet movie channel Epix launches this weekend

After months of planning, the new TV/internet channel Epix launches this weekend. Verizion FiOS subscribers will see the new movie channel as part of their TV lineup, and they'll also have access to the EpixHD.com internet movie channel with 175 on-demand movies including some newer movies such as Iron Man and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. If you're not a FiOS customer, you can still...

Epix to roll out 3,000 HD movies online: You'll probably never see them

Epix is a new premium TV channel that's a partnership between Viacom, Paramount, MGM, and Lionsgate. Today the company is announcing that Verizon is the first distributor to sign the channel, which means that Verizon customers will be able to watch thousands of movies in the channel's library. Now here's where it gets interesting: Epix isn't just a TV channel. As part of its offering, the group...

Online movie service Epix launches private beta

Three movie studios have banded together to launch a new premium movie channel called Epix. The project was first announced in January. Eventually the network will be available from cable and satellite providers, but today Epix launched in private beta as a web site. Which makes sense, because the idea behind Epix has always been to offer HD video content both through the TV channel and over the...

3 movie studios to launch subscription based VOD web site

MGM, Paramount, and Lionsgate are banding together to form a new TV channel called epix that will show films from each studio as soon as 9 months after the theatrical release. There's just one catch: No cable or satellite companies have agreed to carry the channel just yet. But here's where things get interesting. The three studios, which are working together under the name Studio 3 Networks,...