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At launch, the Anime Network was only available by Video On Demand to Comcast subscribers in the Philadelphia area with 1.2 million customers with more providers choosing to carry the service later on.
The service was only carried by small cable companies.
Comcast Communications previously carried the channel on video on demand since its launch.
On May 29, 2009 Comcast discontinued carriage of the service in both its free package and its pay-per-view digital television package, however, are periodically included among Comcast Xfinity's Top Picks.
Anime Network, a leading independent programmer of Japanese anime and pop culture entertainment, announced today that it has launched its premium subscription video on demand (SVOD) service on Xfinity On Demand, now available to Comcast customers across Xfinity TV platforms.
"Xfinity is proud to offer Anime Network on Xfinity On Demand.
With our constantly growing library of top-quality content across a broad array of genres, Anime Network keeps our viewers up to date with the latest anime straight from Japan. Equipment, installation, taxes and fees, including Broadcast TV Fee (up to /mo highest amount) and Regional Sports Fee (up to /mo highest amount), and other applicable charges extra, and subject to change.
We've kept true to our name by delivering the hottest new titles, as well as the enduring classics that made "anime" a household word.
The network was launched in North America in late 2002 as mostly digital anime television subchannels and is marketed to multi system operators (MSOs) as both a Free and Subscription Video On Demand (VOD) programming service.
(parent company of ADV Films), is a cable and satellite digital broadcast service in North America and Latin America (Streaming only) dedicated to anime.
The Anime Network ceased broadcast of its linear 24/7 network on January 1, 2008; it continues to support a VOD service and online player on its main website.
In 2012, Anime Network's name was removed from Microsoft's Zune Marketplace and replaced with a generic "Anime" designator.
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