Starz Entertainment and Comcast have inked a new multiyear, multiplatform carriage deal, which includes distribution of Starz’s 16 linear premium movie channels and related high-definition services as well as a new, authentication-based online movie service launching later this summer. The agreement replaces separate, existing Comcast deals for Starz and Encore.
Starz To Continue On Comcast Systems
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