New York City – Twentieth Century Fox has renewed its domestic output deal with Home Box Office, agreeing to a long-term extension with the subscription pay service, announced Mark Kaner, President, Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, and Bruce Grivetti, President, Film Programming, HBO.
HBO has been the premium network home of Twentieth Century Fox films for over 30 years. This extension will carry the ongoing relationship into the next decade.
“We couldn’t be happier to announce the extension of our long-standing relationship with HBO, the leading premium pay television service in the United States,” said Fox’s Kaner. “We look forward to continuing our partnership as Fox evolves its distribution business within the ever-changing media landscape.”
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