Cine Sony Television, Sony Pictures Television’s network delivering content in Spanish, today announced a distribution pact with Comcast’s Xfinity TV cable service. Beginning today, Xfinity TV customers will have access to Cine Sony Television’s films, music and TV series, uncut and commercial free, in Spanish. Cine Sony Television is available on Xfinity’s Latino TV package, and select Cine Sony TV films will be available on Xfinity on Demand and online. Launched in August 2012, Cine Sony Television delivers films from Sony Pictures and other studios, as well as television series and music programming, and on-demand content, through its distribution partners, now including Comcast, Cox Communications and Verizon FiOS.
Cine Sony Television Confirms Distribution Pact With Comcast’s Xfinity
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