American Movie Classics’ Broadband Programming Previewed At NCTA

AMC’s Weekly Broadband Programming Features Content Developed to Enhance the Classic Film Experience for Timeless and Contemporary Classic Movies

NEW ORLEANS, LA, — AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS’ broadband programming, now updated weekly, and providing music, sound effects, detailed graphics, and streaming video, will be demonstrated at booth # 3901. Convention-goers will get an opportunity to see exciting new broadband content which can be easily accessed and navigated. The demonstration will include: a feature on Alfred Hitchcock in honor of AMC’s eighth annual film preservation festival showcasing the great director’s work, interactive information about Barbra Streisand’s special production for AMC called “Reel Models: The First Women of Film,” background information and footage of the Three Stooges, whose classic film shorts are now airing on the network, and a feature on Warren Beatty, in conjunction with the film REDS (1981), to be showcased on AMC.

Intriguing information provided by AMC broadband allows viewers to have a full multi-media experience every time they log on. To complement its on-air programming, AMC’s multi-media broadband content is updated weekly with entertaining and insightful information about the films, original programming, and specials featured in the network’s line-up. The weekly broadband content serves as a resource for timeless and contemporary classic movies, offering in-depth, supportive information for AMC viewers. AMC’s broadband programming can currently be seen on Road Runner and Cablevision.

The preview of AMC’s eighth annual film preservation festival honoring the “master of suspense,” “AMC Looks at Hitchcock,” contains footage of Hitchcock talking about his work, his phobias and his fears. Along with streaming video, a detailed biography and filmography provides in-depth information for Hitchcock fans.

Another feature of AMC’s broadband demonstration will be “Barbra Streisand Presents