Where can I find Sony Movie Channel?

Sony Movie Channel launched two years ago on Oct. 1, 2010. However, as of now only three US service providers carry the channel: AT&T U-verse, DIRECTV, and DISH. (In the UK and Ireland, Sky carries it.) Sony Movie Channel is the first multi-platform TV channel from Sony Pictures Entertainment, which also lets you watch movies online using the username and password from your service provider. The channel broadcasts films from Sony’s 3,500+ title library such as Adaptation, St. Elmo’s Fire, and A River Runs Through It. Sony Movie Channel’s titles (broadcast in 1080i HD), are uncut and commercial-free.¬†Check out the television service provider list below to see if you can get Sony Movie Channel.

Sony Movie Channel availability in US:

AT&T U-verse (Ch. 1791)
Bresnan (not available)
Brighthouse (not available)
CableOne (not available)
Cablevision (not available)
Charter (not available)
Comcast (not available)
Cox (not available)
DIRECTV (Ch. 563)
DISH (Ch. 386)
Frontier (not available)
Insight (not available)
Mediacom (not available)
RCN (not available)
Suddenlink (not available)
Time Warner Cable (not available)
Verizon FiOS (not available)
Wide Open West (not available)


Source: Sony Movie Channel (http://www.sonymoviechannel.com)

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2 Replies to “Where can I find Sony Movie Channel?”

  1. HD Report says:

    Thanks for comment. Ch. 386 is listed under Dish’s 2012 channel lineup (included in a Mini-Pack). And, Sony Movie Channel also has it listed as Dish 386 @ http://www.sonymoviechannel.com/get-smc.

    Can anyone confirm they are getting 386 with Dish?

  2. whoFoo says:

    information is wrong, dish has no channel 386

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