HBO Puts the Bulk of Its Programming Online

Mar 2, 2011  •  Post A Comment

HBO announced today that its online streaming site HBO GO has more than doubled its offerings from about 600 titles to about 1,400, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The move means almost all HBO inventory is now available on GO, including the full run of popular shows such as “The Sopranos,” “Sex and the City” and “Entourage.”

Said Eric Kessler, HBO co-president: “HBO GO is the most robust collection of high-quality, exclusive online content. The combination of HBO’s linear channels, HBO On Demand and now the expanded HBO GO gives our subscribers an unmatched value proposition.”

A few popular HBO series are excluded from the deal. Among these is “The Larry Sanders Show,” to which the story points out HBO does not own the rights.

The premium channel also announced that Cox Communications is launching HBO GO and GO MAX.

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