Verizon FiOS adds HD VOD content

Verizon FiOS has added a bunch of new content to its HD VOD library including newly released movies from 20th Century Fox, independent titles from Cinetic Film Buff, and sports footage from the Dew Tour. Some titles now available in high-definition from 20th Century include “Notorious,” “Taken” and “12 Rounds.”

New VOD content in standard-definition comes from AMC which includes the mini series “The Prisoner,” and “Mad Men.” Disney Family Movies, a subscription-based on demand service which provides classic and contemporary movies and short films, is now available on FiOS TV for $5.99 a month.

Additional VOD content comes from American Pop Classics (featuring films from the 40s – 70s), spanish language content from Univision (includes TeleFutura and Galavision), and programming from shopping channel HSN.

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Jeff Chabot

Jeff Chabot

Jeff Chabot writes about technology, broadcasting, and digital entertainment. You can also find him on Gameverse, Gadget Review, and Google+.

2 Replies to “Verizon FiOS adds HD VOD content”

  1. JasonB says:

    who the hell knows. DirecTV was the leader for a long time. Now Dish caught up, and U-verse is also up there. Depending on the provider though they sneak in some VOD channels to make it look like they have more.

  2. Greg says:

    Does any tv/cable provider offer more HD on deman than Verizon fios? I know they were already leading the HD channels battle according to this post: fios HD channels. Only downside to Fios on demand is that most new release movies are $5.99, while at Amazon video on demand they are only $4.99.

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