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Old November 23 2007, 02:10 PM   #1
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Star Trek now available on-demand in the UK

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Virgin Media had already picked up the Star Trek franchise for its recently-launched linear entertainment channel, Virgin1. Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise will be available to subscribers of Virgin Media’s XL digital TV service via the TV Choice On-Demand section of the EPG.


All Virgin Media digital subscribers will also have free access to episodes broadcast in the last seven days on Virgin1 via the Catch-Up TV On-Demand section of the EPG, and selected episodes will also be made available free via the hybrid Virgin Central channel.


“Virgin Media is already the undisputed leader of the on-demand revolution,” said Malcolm Wall, Virgin Media’s CEO of content. “We have the most comprehensive on-demand service in the U.K., and adding the world’s premier sci-fi franchise to our lineup adds even more value for our customers.”
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I told you to stop advertising for Virgin Media.
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