According to MarketWatch, FilmOn.TV Networks has announced that it has signed a world wide carriage deal with Baby TV.

Baby TV, a Fox Entertainment Group Channel, is a network that aims at featuring short educational programs along with children’s songs.

“It is important for the development of our industry to explore all new distribution opportunities,” said Debbie Hunt of Baby TV/Fox International Channels. “Therefore, we look forward to making BabyTV available to families through FilmOn.”

Alki David, founder and CEO of FilmOn said, “Naturally, we are very excited to welcome the birth of Baby TV to the FilmOn lineup of channels…We now have 157 HD linear channels, over 10,000 Video On Demand titles, 60 Audio Channels s well as many Celebrity Driven Interactive Channels on our platform.”

David went on to say how monumental the partnership with Baby TV is for his company. “Historically, FilmOn’s relationship with the major broadcasters has been a little tense. We now look forward to a newborn future together.”

You can read more about the deal at MarketWatch.

FilmOn is the first and largest internet-based HD television service. The service offers subscribers access to over 500 live channels and 38,000 titles via the world’s leading technology platform for streaming video (patented HDI player). Subscribers can also attain access to broadcasts of exclusive live events such as concerts and celebrity parties, shows hosted by celebrities, access to newly-released movies as well as an extensive library of films and documentaries, access to a suite of online video applications such as BattleCam, and an extensive online community.

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Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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