Cinedigm’s Docurama and CONtv Join Sling TV

Cinedigm Sept. 12 announced the launch of Docurama and the fandom-focused CONtvon Dish Network’s online TV service Sling TV. The launch is a continuation of the agreement between Cinedigm and Sling TV, which began with the launch of Dove Channel on June 28, Cinedigm’s first OTT network offered on Sling TV.

Docurama and CONtv are now available to Sling TV subscribers throughout the U.S., offered as an individual add-on for $5 a month.

“These channels both cater to distinct audiences who are passionate, knowledgeable, and know exactly what they want to see,” Bill Sondheim, president of Cinedigm’s Entertainment Group, said in a statement. “We look forward to continuing to provide the rapidly growing Sling TV community with our diverse entertainment programming.”

Docurama is an immersive streaming service delivering documentaries and true-life television series. Launched as a VOD service in 2014, Docurama provides viewers with a vast library featuring hundreds of films, shorts, and series, as well as insightful interviews and in-depth film festival coverage.

Docurama content on Sling includes the Nick Cave film, 20,000 Days On Earth, the innovative spiritual exploration Samsara, fairytale Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey, and the in-depth Mafia series Gangster Empire.

CONtv provides audiences access to thousands of hours of content showcasing an eclectic catalog with hundreds of must-watch favorites; from elusive cult films and television shows, to celebrated genre movies encompassing sci-fi, horror, fantasy, anime, grindhouse, and martial arts action.

CONtv’s offerings include Kung Fu fantasy, Immortal Demon Slayer, fan-favorite anime series Digimon Adventure, alien time travel epic Kung Fu Traveler, Anarchy in the UT drama Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2, and beloved cult classics like Elvira: Mistress Of The DarkReturn Of The Killer Tomatoes, and Hellraiser.

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