Cox's Fall FreeView Offers More Than 500 Free Episodes Customers able to 'binge-view' shows to get ready for new Fall TV season
ATLANTA, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cox Communications customers will enjoy an all-access free pass to the best of Fall TV with the opportunity to catch up on past seasons of shows they love, plus get exclusive On Demand sneak peeks, all in the Fall FreeView On Demand until September 29.
With more than 500 episodes of over 50 popular shows from more than two dozen premium, broadcast and cable networks, the "Fall FreeView", delivers hundreds of entertainment options with episodes and recaps from last season's hit shows, plus exclusive sneak peeks of new and returning shows, all On Demand.
A recent survey of Cox video subscribers found that nearly 60% of the time spent watching TV is "convenience" based viewing, not live TV. The Cox Fall FreeView curates the most recent seasons of popular shows like "The Good Wife", "Parks & Recreation", "The Mindy Project", "Homeland", "True Blood", "Boardwalk Empire", "Banshee", "The Walking Dead", and more. The Fall FreeView collection will be available for free with various programming rotating each week, until September 29.
"Through our research, we know that customers count on our On Demand to watch their favorite programming at their convenience," said Mark Greatrex, senior vice president, chief marketing and sales officer. "Our Fall FreeView pulls together some of the best TV shows, all in one place for them to catch up on shows or re-watch shows just in time for the new fall season."
Programmers participating in the Fall FreeView include Premium networks HBO, Showtime, Starz and Cinemax; Broadcast networks CBS, FOX and NBC; and Cable networks A&E, AMC, BBC America, Cartoon Network, CMT, Cooking, Discovery, Food Network, FX, HGTV, History, Lifetime, National Geographic Channel, MTV, Oxygen, TLC, TV One, and The Weather Channel.
For more information on the available entertainment choices, customers can visit www.cox.com/fallfreeview or by selecting "Fall FreeView" on Channel 1 from the main menu.
SOURCE Cox Communications