MHz Networks launches new "MHz Choice" OTT service (1 Viewer)

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jegrant

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http://www.mhzchoice.com/

This has almost all the subtitled "International Mystery" programming from the free MHz WorldView service, which unfortunately will discontinue its web stream on 10/31/15: https://mhzchoice.desk.com/customer...124211-mhz-choice-faq#wv-live-free-web-stream

There is a 30 day free trial and after that it's $7.99/mo.

The MHz WorldView service will apparently still be available via DirecTV and local broadcast affiliates, but it will contain much less of the International Mystery programming, only the series that MHz can't get streaming rights for, and an occasional sample episode of a show that's already premiered online.

The online service, from what I can tell, may include a 24/7 streaming channel, which is likely where new episodes will premiere, and an extensive On Demand library. All commercial-free.

It doesn't include any of the news programs, but from what I can tell, most of the news programs on MHz were available free online from other sources anyway.
 
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ronton3

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http://www.mhzchoice.com/

This has almost all the subtitled "International Mystery" programming from the free MHz WorldView service, which unfortunately will discontinue its web stream on 10/31/15: https://mhzchoice.desk.com/customer...124211-mhz-choice-faq#wv-live-free-web-stream

There is a 30 day free trial and after that it's $7.99/mo.

The MHz WorldView service will apparently still be available via DirecTV and local broadcast affiliates, but it will contain much less of the International Mystery programming, only the series that MHz can't get streaming rights for, and an occasional sample episode of a show that's already premiered online.

The online service, from what I can tell, may include a 24/7 streaming channel, which is likely where new episodes will premiere, and an extensive On Demand library. All commercial-free.

It doesn't include any of the news programs, but from what I can tell, most of the news programs on MHz were available free online from other sources anyway.
 

ronton3

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I get it as a sub channel, the Internationals, many of which I watched have been gone for a coup;e of weeks. I see on the web site it will be available on the Fire TV, mostly in HD and no commercials for 8.00 per month after a 30 day free trail. I will at least try the trial.
 
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