Aggression FC Fights to Air on Koldcast TV
September 11, 2012 – Aggression Fighting Championship (AFC) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Koldcast Entertainment Media, which will showcase AFC programming on KoldCast TV, one of the largest Internet television providers.
Parent company Koldcast Entertainment Media is an entertainment licensing, representation, distribution and marketing company specializing in television properties, which include short-form episodic programming often referred to as “web-series,” as well as documentaries and short films. This exclusive distribution agreement will allow AFC to be broadcast on the largest scale, yielding as many viewers as possible to the AFC brand.
In addition to airing AFC MMA fights, docudramas and reality series on its television network, KoldCast will air AFC programming on its growing network of set-top boxes, such as Roku and Boxee, on Internet-enabled/smart televisions from Samsung, Vizio, Sony, LG and Best Buy’s Insignia brand, and through its syndicated partners on the Internet and cable TV. KoldCast Entertainment Media CEO David S. Samuels said, “Our audience reach continues to expand in real time as we expand the number of platforms and devices we air on, and AFC programming will be introduced in each new venue. Additionally, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is such an international phenomenon that we now expect to see increasing interest in AFC programming from around the world.”
“KoldCast has already opened so many amazing doors for us, it’s just incredible. To have one of the leading companies in entertainment be so excited for us and our product is refreshing. It’s finally paying off,” stated co-owner, Mr. Harvey Panesar.
“You will see new and exciting AFC shows in all of our territories, including Manitoba, Alberta and BC, as well as across the U.S. and in many international markets. This is the shot in the arm we were looking for – one that really pushes us over the edge. We found the company that will launch us into the spotlight,” added Panesar.