DISH Users Can Enjoy DOVE’s Extensive Library of Values-Based Content & Award-Winning Documentaries on DOCURAMA

Cinedigm’s Digital-First Networks DOVE CHANNEL & DOCURAMA Available on DISH as part of customizable On Demand subscription offerings

Both DOVE & DOCURAMA are Available À La Carte Starting at $4.99 Per Month

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM) announced today that two of the Company’s popular digital-first networks—the faith-based DOVE CHANNEL and the documentary-devoted DOCURAMA—are available on DISH as part of its customizable On Demand subscription offerings. Both DOVE CHANNEL and DOCURAMA can be purchased à la carte for $4.99 per month each. Additionally, DISH customers can enjoy DOVE and DOCURAMA’s extensive library of films, series, and original content as part of a free preview of all on-demand subscriptions running from Monday, February 4 through Sunday, February 10.

On Demand subscriptions are available to DISH customers with a qualifying base programming package and internet-connected Hopper DVR, Hopper Duo, Joey, or Wally, allowing them to enjoy premium programming from DOVE CHANNEL and DOCURAMA at their leisure and completely commercial-free.

DOVE CHANNEL was created as a response to high consumer demand for family-friendly content, providing viewers with an extensive library of uplifting and enlightening values-based films, children’s programs, documentaries, and series. All content featured on DOVE CHANNEL meets the high standards of The Dove Foundation and its esteemed Faith & Family Dove Seals Of Approval—serving as an invaluable resource for families across the country for over 28 years. February highlights include the long-running Canadian drama Heartland, Billy Ray Cyrus in Like A Country Song, beloved animated program Madeline: The Original Series, Zendaya in the Disney Channel Original Movie Zapped, and William H. Macy and Brittany Snow in the faith-based drama Dial A Prayer, among many others.

DOCURAMA is the first digital entertainment network completely devoted to high-quality documentary films. Carefully curated by the industry’s top experts and critics, DOCURAMA delivers over 1,000 hours of acclaimed documentaries suited to viewers of all tastes—boasting a content roster covering everything from personal profiles, sports, and music, to hard-hitting political exposés and insightful interviews. February highlights include films such as Which Way Home, The Woman Who Wasn’t There, and Crips And Bloods: Made In America, series such as Gangster Empire: Rise Of The Mob and America’s 60 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries & Crimes, and more.

“Cinedigm is proud to bring DOCURAMA and DOVE to even more viewers across the country as part of DISH’s On Demand subscription packages,” said Erick Opeka, President of Cinedigm Digital Networks. “Each channel offers unique, carefully-curated content that provides quality programming for viewers of all tastes—whether they’re in the mood for an award-winning documentary or looking for something that’s safe for the whole family to watch together.”

Since inception, Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM) has been a leader at the forefront of the digital transformation of content distribution. Adapting to the rapidly transforming business needs of today’s entertainment landscape, Cinedigm remains a change-centric player focused on providing content, channels and services to the world’s largest media, technology and retail companies. Cinedigm’s Content and Networks groups provide original and aggregated programming, channels and services that entertain consumers globally across hundreds of millions of devices. For more information, visit

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