Friday, September 07, 2012
ACF 1613: Hawaiian Telcom Launches Anime Network On Demand
Anime Network has teamed up with Hawaiian Telcom to launch its fall programming lineup as Hawaiian Telcom’s first Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) package. This arrangement began yesterday, Thursday, Sept. 6.
Found in the Extras On-Demand menu, Anime Network provides 45 hours of premium anime titles, representing genres including comedy, action and science fiction. Customers can also upgrade to premium on demand service from the remote under the My Accounts menu. With a broad programming line-up each month, the customers will have access to compelling new content each week. This fall’s premiere shows include Bodacious Space Pirates, award-winning Children Who Chase Lost Voices, and Persona 4: The Animation, based on the popular video game. Also returning to the schedule are fan favorites like Demon King Daimao and Princess Resurrection.
ABOUT HAWAIIAN TELCOM:
Headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaiian Telcom is Hawaii’s leading provider of integrated communications solutions for business and residential customers. With roots in Hawaii beginning in 1883, Hawaiian Telcom offers a full range of services including voice, video, Internet, data, wireless, and advanced communication and network services supported by the reach and reliability of its network and Hawaii’s only 24/7 state-of-the-art network operations center.
ABOUT ANIME NETWORK:
Anime Network is a leading broadcast and digital distributor of Japanese animation and Asian cinema in North America. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Anime Network was founded in 2002 and launched as one of the first VOD networks on most major cable providers. Anime Network’s mission is to bring the best in anime programming to every household in North America. In addition to our VOD network, consumers can access our Online Streaming Service on our official website. This dynamic website, featuring an ever growing anime community, includes a subscription service that mirrors the VOD network and allows viewers to catch up on episodes they may have missed on broadcast