DirecTV adds HDNet content to on-demand library

hdnet-hdnet-movies-dual-logo-revDirecTV has added content from Mark Cuban owned networks HDNet and HDNet Movies. Over 20 hours from HDNet, and 25 movies from HDNet Movies are now part of the DirecTV video-on-demand library.

To get the HDNet Movies titles on-demand, you must subscribe to DirecTV’s HD Extra Pack. To get the HDNet programming, you simply need to be subscribed to HD service from DirecTV.

HDNet runs a range of programming from original content like “Dan Rather Reports” to “Get Out” and “Inside MMA.” HDNet Movies features a wide range of titles from “Lost in Translation” to “The Illusionist” and Kevin Costner’s “Waterworld.” Movie titles are refreshed every month.

HDNet has been on DirecTV’s satellite network since 2001. Demand content from DirecTV requires a DIRECTV Plus HD DVR (HR20 or HR21 models).

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Jeff Chabot

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

3 Replies to “DirecTV adds HDNet content to on-demand library”

  1. carrieM says:

    the HDMovies channel is cool. i can live without the regular channel though.

  2. eddie says:

    i like that the channels are free. they do show some good movies too.

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