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Avail-TVN Adds Subscription Movie Service

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SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. -- Avail-TVN, the leading multiplatform video services company, today announced the launch of its new movie Subscription VOD (SVOD) service – ViewNow. Designed to provide a vast library of titles that can be accessed on any device, ViewNow offers thousands of hours of SD and HD movie content in multiple formats including adaptive bitrate (ABR.) Verizon FiOS launched the service in October as part of an agreement that includes multiscreen rights in the future. Avail-TVN's agreement with Verizon includes distribution of the ViewNow titles in the recently announced Redbox Instant by Verizon subscription service.

“Today’s consumers have a number of choices for library movie services and we’re pleased to introduce a value-oriented, large library of movies for FiOS families with Avail-TVN’s new ViewNow package,” said Terry Denson, vice president of content strategy and acquisition for Verizon.

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