Entertainment Studios, Inc. has reached a TV Everywhere distribution agreement with AT&T U-verse Tv for online carriage of its Justice Central.TV network, the network announced Sunday night.
The service, which legal-based news, talk and entertainment programming, will launch on the U-verse App for tablets and smartphones, said network officials. AT&T U-verse TV customers can access the network’s content from any device using their U-verse login and password.
"AT&T U-verse customers will get full access to the live linear feed of Justice Central.TV," said Janice Arouh, President, Distribution and Marketing for the Byron Allen-owned Entertainment Studios Networks in a statement. "Customers will be able to watch their favorite court shows anytime with their AT&T U-verse paid subscription."
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