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Cinedigm & Jungo TV’s Combat Go & Hallypop Land on STIRR


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Cinedigm and Jungo TV’s sports network Combat Go and the pop culture network Hallypop have launched on Sinclair Broadcast Group’s STIRR streaming service in the U.S.

Combat Go features curated content selected by martial arts experts, including original docuseries, fight events and martial arts movies. The network covers combat events from around the globe and highlights promotions such as RIZIN, Kunlun Fights and Ring of Honor. Hallypop, a global television network, highlights music, lifestyle and entertainment and features the K-pop variety show Inkigayo, the K-pop and K-drama competition series Running Man and the interactive music series After School Club.

The STIRR app is accessible on iOS and Android devices, as well as via Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV, and online at www.STIRR.com. Combat Go and Hallypop are joining fellow Cinedigm networks CONtv and Dove Channel on the free, ad-supported linear channel streaming service.

Erick Opeka, Cinedigm’s president of digital networks, said: “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. Now, STIRR viewers can enjoy Combat Go and Hallypop’s extensive libraries anytime, anywhere, giving them full access to the absolute best martial arts programming from across the globe, as well as a wide variety of hit films, series, music and more featuring appearances and performances from Asia’s brightest stars. We look forward to building on the success we established earlier this year, as we continue to provide STIRR users with even more high-quality premium content that they cannot find anywhere else.”

Dr. Mehmet Oz, co-founder of Jungo TV, added: 
”I am proud of Jungo TV’s ability to democratize access to high-quality mixed martial arts and K-Pop fans across the country by bringing free ad-supported high-quality video content into our living rooms.”

George Chung, CEO of Jungo TV, commented: “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. Thanks to our great partners Cinedigm, SBS, FITE.TV and STIRR, our networks and offerings continue to become available to more and more people across the globe.”








About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at cregan@worldscreen.com.

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