Vidgo Adds 10,000 Cinedigm Titles To On-Demand Library

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Vidgo‘s on-demand library is growing thanks to an expansion of its partnership with Cinedigm. While the live TV service already offered plenty to watch, the deal results in subscribers gaining access to more than 10,000 additional titles.


Cinedigm has been on a bit of an expansion run of late. After launching its new Cineverse streaming service late last year, the company confirmed it had acquired Christian Cinema with the intention of integrating the purchase and rental platform with Dove Channel.

Cinedigm’s latest move involves a new integration with Vidgo, resulting in more than 10,000 new films and television series being added to Vidgo’s on-demand library. According to the announcement, this takes the number of on-demand titles available to stream through Vidgo to more than 40,000.


According to Cinedigm, the new additions are varied in genre, spanning categories that include animation, westerns, and documentaries. Examples of some of the titles that are now available to stream through Vidgo include Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, New York, New York, Elvis: A Generous Heart, and Daniel Boone, Trailblazer.

For those new to Vidgo, the live TV streaming offers different base plan options with the number of channels varying between 45 and 150. Priced at $64.95 per month, following a recent price increase, the cheapest English-language package is Plus. For the monthly subscription cost, subscribers get access to more than 110 live TV channels.

If wanting a richer live TV streaming experience, there’s the option to choose between the $79.95 Premium and $99.95 Ultimate plans. Vidgo also offers a Spanish-language package, Vidgo Mas, priced at $49.95 per month.


Regardless of which live TV package someone is signed up to, the Vidgo subscriber will now have access to the 10,000 additional titles from Cinedigm.

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