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EPIX Renews Distribution Deal with Frontier


EPIX has renewed its distribution agreement with Frontier Communications, which has a reach in 29 states across the U.S.

EPIX will provide Frontier customers with access to its range of premium content, including its critically acclaimed original series Berlin Station, Golden Globe nominated Graves and, coming later in 2017, Get Shorty. The channel also features original documentary programming such as America Divided; thousands of movies on demand, including franchises like The Hunger Games, James Bond and Star Trek; and music and comedy events featuring talent such as Katy Perry, Louis CK, Wanda Sykes and more. EPIX, EPIX 2, EPIX Hits and EPIX Drive-In will be available to Frontier customers, in packages and on their own.

Additionally, authenticated subscribers will be able to access more than 2,000 titles on and via the EPIX App on hundreds of devices.

“Frontier has been a strong partner over the past few years and has introduced EPIX to new and wider audiences across the country,” said Sandy Ashendorf, the executive VP of content distribution at EPIX. “We are happy to continue working with Frontier and deliver on our promise to meet consumers wherever they are with hit movies and high-quality original shows they want to watch.”

“Frontier is committed to providing our customers with the very best in service and technology, and EPIX has been an important part of our offerings,” said Steve Ward, Frontier Communications’ senior VP of video technology and content. “EPIX adds value to our customers’ viewing experience with thousands of titles and a wide range of content. We are pleased to continue to offer Frontier’s customers EPIX’s content.”

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