AT&T announced just a few days ago that they would begin offering its new MediaFLO-based mobile television service with the introduction of two new devices along with a variety of channels. Two exclusive unannounced channels on the AT&T network were also going to be revealed at a later date and now one of them has just been launched: Sony Pictures Television.
The studio announced just earlier today that they have signed a deal with AT&T and Qualcomm Inc. subsidiary, MediaFLO USA to begin offering content in May of this year. Currently, it is unknown on what tier of service the customer will have to subscribe to for the Sony content. More details are said to be available closer to the official launch.
Labeled as the PIX channel, hit movies such as “Ghost Busters,” “Philadelphia” and “Stand by Me,” will be available for a month at a time with more films coming out on a weekly basis. Other movies also being readied for the debut are “Momento,” “The Karate Kid,” “Layer Cake,” “Resident Evil,” and “Roxanne.”