Cinedigm’s Bloody Disgusting Streaming Channel To Launch Exclusively on The Roku Channel 9/29

Linear and On-Demand Ad-Supported Channel from the Most Popular Brand in Horror to Launch in time for Halloween 2020

Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM) today announced the company’s Bloody Disgusting streaming channel, will launch exclusively on The Roku Channel, the home of free and premium television on the Roku® platform, beginning 9/29. Bloody Disgusting is the most popular media brand in horror and the new horror streaming network will premiere in time for the Halloween season.

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Bloody Disgusting Exclusively on The Roku Channel (Photo: Business Wire)

Bloody Disgusting is the FIRST and ONLY free source for premium horror content, targeting genre enthusiasts and casual viewers alike. Featuring a mix of horror classics, contemporary cult favorites, and original programming, the channel will reflect the programming and curatorial sensibilities of Bloody Disgusting and the technology and distribution capabilities of Cinedigm.

Horror is one

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EBay sent cockroaches, porn and a bloody pig mask to bloggers

One of the most explosive Silicon Valley scandals of all time was a poorly run, easily discovered scheme inspired by a 1980s teen comedy, conducted by a company long past its heyday to harass a mom and pop blog.



a sign on the side of a building: EBay sent cockroaches to a blogger's home last year.


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EBay sent cockroaches to a blogger’s home last year.

Shocking headlines poured out of newsrooms in June when six former eBay employees and contractors were arrested (and a seventh was arrested in July) for sending a bloody pig mask and cockroaches to a Boston-area couple that operated the tiny publication EcommerceBytes. The US Attorney for Massachusetts provided many lurid details of the scheme, including how eBay staff sent the couple threatening messages, fly larvae, live spiders, and posted the couple’s address to Craigslist to invite swingers to knock on their door “any time of day or night.”

But the New York Times Sunday published a far

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