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Players Network Signs Agreement With Sling Media

Players Network, a company dedicated to Las Vegas entertainment and the gaming lifestyle, announced a content syndication and revenue sharing agreement with Sling Media, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation. is an online video entertainment platform that provides high-quality, full-length shows, movies and clips with user customization and community features.

Players Network will have its own branded channel on where users will have free access to Players Network’s extensive library of over 1,500 original gaming and Las Vegas lifestyle programs. users will be able to subscribe to the Players Network Channel and choose to engage in the social community built around the content. In addition to, Players Network broadband distribution includes,, Google Video, Yahoo Video, YouTube, and Players Network also has extensive television distribution on Comcast Cable, Direct TV, AT&T’s U-Verse, Verizon FiOS and Tivocast.

“We are so excited to have been chosen to participate in the initial launch of,” says Mark Bradley, CEO of Players Network. “This new platform will expand Players Network’s distribution using brand new technology that poises to be an industry leader.”

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