Cinedigm and Jungo TV July 17 announced the launch of their digital-first linear channels — Combat Go and Asian pop culture network Hallypop — on Sinclair Broadcast Group’s ad-supported streaming service, STIRR.
Combat Go and Hallypop are available now, joining Cinedigm networks CONtv and Dove Channel, which launched on STIRR earlier this year.
Combat Go offers curated content selected by martial arts experts, featuring original docuseries, fight events and martial arts movies.
Through its partnership with FITE.tv, the network covers combat events from around the globe including MMA, Muay Thai, and kickboxing, and highlights promotions such as RIZIN, Kunlun Fights, and Ring of Honor.
The network recently announced a global content partnership with Black Belt Magazine, the top martial arts magazine.
Hallypop, in partnership with Korean media company SBS International, is features music, lifestyle and entertainment. Highlights include K-pop variety show Inkigayo, with appearances and performances by BTS, Big Bang, IKON, Girls Generation and more.
The STIRR app is accessible on iOS and Android devices, as well as Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV, and online at www.STIRR.com.
“Cinedigm is proud to further our partnership with the innovative STIRR platform, following the positive reception that CONtv and Dove Channel received earlier this year,” Erick Opeka, president of digital networks, said in a statement.
“Combat sports and K-Pop are the fastest growing entertainment verticals in the world and we are proud to be leading the industry in giving audiences access to some of the world’s greatest entertainment properties,” added George Chung, CEO of Jungo TV.