YouTube TV Launches Cinedigm Channels as $4.99 Add-Ons

Cinedigm ConTV Anime
Cinedigm's ConTV channel is available via YouTube TV as an add-on (Image credit: Cinedigm)

YouTube TV has launched three premium channels from Cinedigm as add-ons.

Cinedigm’s Dove Channel, ConTV and Docurama are available for $4.99 a month each.

“Digital broadcasting has revolutionized television, because it has found a way to work with customers on their terms,” said Jennifer Soltesz, VP of business development & strategy at Cinedigm. “Cinedigm is thrilled to expand the footprint of our streaming channels and introduce a whole new streaming audience to our enthusiast channels on YouTube TV. We look forward to launching additional channels to YouTube TV’s line-up of add-on channels over the next couple months.” 

Cinedigm has been expanding its streaming business with a collection of both subscription VOD services and ad-supported channels. 

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Earlier this month, Cinedigm announced the launch of the Elvis Presley Channel as an ad-supported VOD and linear streaming service.

Docurama features documentaries including Gangster Empire: Rise of the Mob, Beatles: How the Beatles Changed the World & Rick Steves’ Europe.

Dove Channel provides family-friendly television series and movies. Titles include classic films like Abbott and Costello, young adult series H2O: Just Add Water and faith favorites such as I’m in Love With a Church Girl.

ConTV focuses on action, thrillers, anime, science fiction and fantasy content, with films including Acceleration, 4GOT10 and Anna

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YouTube TV is one of the biggest of the virtual multichannel video programming distributors, offering more than 80 channels for a base price of $64.99 a month. It is currently offering new users a rate of $54.99 for their first three months.

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