The Law&Crime channel will appear on national TV streaming service Philo’s lineup as part of an agreement announced Tuesday between the two parties.
The service, which provides live gavel-to-gavel coverage of trials throughout the country, will be offered a part of Philo’s 50+ channel package, which retails at $20 per month, according to network officials.
“Philo is focused on building a better television experience for subscribers to watch the channels and programming they love at an affordable price,” said Mike Keyserling, Philo COO and head of content acquisition in a statement. “We’re excited to bring Law&Crime Network’s informative live trial coverage and original programming to our subscribers who already love this genre, as crime-based shows often top our most popular programming.”
Added Law & Crime CEO Dan Abrams: ”Philo really understands how distinct and compelling our live programming and network is and we admire how Philo has so quickly become a major disruptor in the space. We are thrilled to be launching on this platform.”
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