Conservative-leaning Network To Offer Original Reality, Comedy Series
by R. Thomas Umstead - 10/29/2010 11:42:30 AM
Conservative-leaning cable service RightNetwork has reached content distribution deals with Hulu and Amazon.com, network officials announced Friday.
Hulu will offer episodes of Right's flagship reality series, Running, which follows eight, first-time candidates as they run for public office. Amazon.com will offer digital downloads of Running, as well as stand-up comedy series Right2Laugh and political sitcom series Moving Numbers.
"These digital distribution agreements are key to expanding our audience and allow us to deliver RightNetwork's programming to viewers when and where they want it," said Kevin McFeeley, President and Chief Operating Officer, RightNetwork in a statement. "We are working to bring RightNetwork to as many screens as possible."
The network, which launched last month, has distribution deals with telco Verizon FiOS and cable operator Blue Ridge Communications.
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