FEARnet Launches Cable Channel in October
This October could very well be an historic time to be a horror fan. After slicing its way into the hearts of fans everywhere via its video on demand service, FEARnet is finally getting its own dedicated cable channel come this Halloween.
From the Press Release
FEARnet, the world's premier destination for horror, thriller and suspense, will be available as a linear network beginning October 1st. The cutting-edge, multi-platform movie destination, currently available on demand, online and on mobile 24/7, will expand its reach, making its unrivaled modern horror library available in high-definition via multi-channel video programming distributors.
"FEARnet's unequaled content offering, combined with the genre's broad devoted fanbase, has made it the number one destination for horror and suspense," said Diane Robina, president of FEARnet. "Now we're taking the next step, bringing the best titles in the genre in HD and making them available on an ad-supported linear channel."
Averaging approximately 12MM views per month on VOD, FEARnet is currently available in more than 28 million homes on Comcast, Cox Communications, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-Verse, Insight Communications, Bresnan and Guadalupe Valley Systems. Already the #2 free HD VOD Movie Network, FEARnet is ranked in the top 10 amongst all Comcast VOD Networks and within the top 20 Comcast HD Networks.
Online, FEARnet.com is the web's #1 site for genre movie viewing, where users can explore the world of the macabre on a visually arresting video-rich environment packed with movies, interactive community features and fresh original content.
Speaking as someone who knows a thing or ten thousand pertaining to the trials of launching a horror channel, we offer our sincerest congrats! Do us proud, guys!
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