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Digital cinema, content marketing and distribution firm Cinedigm has launched a trio of linear channels on the XUMO streaming platform in the US.
xumo 10 oct 2018
Fandom-dedicated CONtv, the family-focussed Dove Channel and the fact-focused Docurama will all launch soon, with a linear feed and a VOD component. XUMO reaches 30 million households across the US via nine smart TV integrations, mobile and web.

CONtv provides audiences access to thousands of hours of content showcasing a catalogue of what it calls must-watch favourites featuring elusive cult films, and beloved television shows, spanning a wide array of genres including sci-fi, horror, fantasy, anime, grindhouse and martial arts.

Dove Channel meanwhile shows values-based films, children’s programmes, documentaries and series approved by The Dove Foundation and its Faith & Family Dove Seals of Approval.

And Docurama offers documentaries and true-life television series. Its library featuring hundreds of films, shorts and series, as well as insightful interviews and in-depth film festival coverage.

"XUMO has emerged as a major force in the streaming industry, and Cinedigm is proud to join forces with them to bring three of our most popular channels to their massive viewership," said Erick Opeka, EVP of Cinedigm Digital Networks. "The scope of their reach is unprecedented, earning impressive viewer engagement ratings and providing promising investment opportunities with their soaring monetisation levels. We hope XUMO users will enjoy these eclectic channels that each offer something different for viewers of all tastes—whether they’re in the mood for classic genre movies and television, critically acclaimed documentaries, or family-friendly programming.”