Dish Network, DirecTV subscribers get Sony Movie Channel online

Sony Movie Channel Tuesday rolled out an authenticated online service--Sony Movie Channel Everywhere--to DirecTV (Nasdaq: DTV) and Dish Network (Nasdaq: DISH) subscribers, giving customers of the two satellite TV networks an array of full-length movie titles at no additional cost.

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Users must authenticate themselves as Dish or DirecTV subscribers in order to watch content online.

Among the online content available are Night of the Living Dead, The Prince of Tides, The Razor's Edge, The Seventh Sign and Silverado.

"We continue to see a strong demand for high definition movie content and recognize that our viewers are well-connected," Superna Kalle, general manager, Sony Movie Channel, said. "By making our high-quality catalogue of feature films available online, DirecTV and Dish Network customers can now enjoy our collection of content anytime and anywhere."

Kalle said titles are refreshed frequently, and viewers will have about 20 new titles per month from Columbia Pictures, TriStar Pictures, Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics. DirecTV and Dish subscribers can log in using their cable account information to www.sonymoviechannel.com/smc-everywhere.

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