NBC-Cablevision Deal Puts More Prime-Time Shows on VOD

Sep 27, 2006  •  Post A Comment

NBC extended the availability of its prime-time shows on video-on-demand via a deal announced Wednesday with Cablevision. Under the agreement, the New York-based cable operator has added NBC series “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and “The Office” to its VOD lineup, with “Friday Night Lights” and “Las Vegas” coming on board next month.

The episodes will available for 95 cents the day after they air on NBC. Cablevision counts nearly 2.3 million digital customers, all of who have access to VOD.

NBC already has VOD deals with Comcast, Time Warner and DirecTV.