Joost, Warner Bros. Team Up to Feature Programming Online

May 7, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Online video service Joost inked a deal with Warner Bros. Television Group to feature a handful of Warner Bros. shows in branded channels on the service.
The TV studio said it’s the first time that it is offering Warner Bros.-branded programming services online.
The channels will launch later this month and include shows such as “Adventures of Briscoe County,” “Aquaman,” “Babylon 5,” “Crusade,” “Human Target,” “Invasion,” “Max Headroom,” “My Favorite Martian,” “Prey,” “Time Trax” and “V,” “Growing Pains,” Kung Fu” and “Sisters.”


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