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Entrepreneur Byron Allen’s Relationship Continues to Improve with AT&T after Lawsuit


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Byron Allen and A&T Continues to Improve Relationship after Lawsuit

After filing a discrimination suit against several cable companies including AT&T, Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios secured distribution for its seven cable channels across DirecTV and U-verse after AT&T settled a racial discrimination this past December.

Entertainment Studios, Inc., (www.es.tv) is proud to announce that its cable television networks COMEDY.TV and JUSTICECENTRAL.TV will be available on the new streaming service, DIRECTV NOW, when it launches later this month.

  • Comedy.TVA television network dedicated to today’s funniest comedians, featuring a mix of live concert performances, talk and variety shows, sitcoms and movies. (www.Comedy.tv)
  • JusticeCentral.TV – A television network dedicated to Emmy Award-nominated court shows, legal news, and the world’s biggest trials.  (www.JusticeCentral.tv)

“We value our continued and expanding relationship with AT&T,” said Byron Allen, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Entertainment Studios. “DIRECTV NOW customers will be able to enjoy watching our networks wherever they are at their convenience.”

DIRECTV NOW will offer customers access to more than 100 channels, including live and on-demand programming from top networks, as well as premium add-on options. Customers will be able to access and stream the service over a wired or wireless Internet connection using a variety of connected devices without requiring additional hardware, satellites, annual contracts or credit checks.

Kevin "KevRoss" Ross is a music and radio industry expert. He is a 20 -plus year entrepreneur with the leading most successful industry trade publication and site Radio Facts (www.radiofacts.com). He has also published various books, magazines, performed marketing and promotions for major corporations and recording artists and he is on the advisory board of several industry organizations. This year Ross introduced his non profit organization LOMARI (Leaders of the Music and Recording Industry) to help teach young minority students how to market and manage their music and products.


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