Conway Corp launches six networks
Conway Corporation has launched four new HD networks that are available to customers who subscribe to the HD package. Universal Sports Network, EPIX, EPIX2 and EPIX3 are now available and provide customers with more sports and movie options.
Universal Sports Network – Channel 581 – Offers live and exclusive coverage of Olympic, endurance and action sports from around the world. With more than 40 sports and 25 world championship vents, Universal Sports lets viewers watch their favorite athletes compete all year long on the big screen or through TV Everywhere.
All digital plus customers can enjoy a free preview of Universal Sports Network now until July 15 by tuning to Channel 581 on your cable box.
EPIX, EPIX2 and EPIX3 – Channels 590, 591 and 592 – Offer exclusive first-run Hollywood movies from Paramount, Lionsgate, MGM, Samuel Goldwyn and Roadside Attractions. EPIX boasts more than 15,000 movies all release after January 1, 2008 providing a powerful entertainment experience with more feature films than any other network.
Also beginning this June, Conway Corp moved Investigation Discovery and Oxygen Network from the digital plus package to the starter package to more customers can enjoy the two networks. Investigation Discovery has moved from channel 110 to channel 82, and Oxygen has moved from channel 166 to channel 83.
Customers with a cable box will automatically see the changes, but customers without a box will need to autotune their televisions to begin watching the new channels.
Investigation Discovery – Channel 82 – Offers documentary-style programming dealing with true crime subjects to unravel the truth behind real-life mysteries. From hard-hitting investigation to salacious scandals, ID keeps you on the edge of your seat with original series like “Fatal Vows,” “Deadly Women” and “Redrum.”
Oxygen – Channel 83 – Offers relevant and engaging content reflecting how real women with real stories see the world – vibrant, optimistic and bold. Oxygen produces unscripted and popular original programming including “Sisterhood of Hip Hop,” “The Prancing Elites Project,” “Funny Girls” and “Preachers.”