(NAPLES, Fla.) – Sky Angel announced that it recently added PixL, a commercial-free movie channel, to its lineup. Sky Angel is a national provider of inspirational and family-friendly television and radio programming. Current subscribers with either the Family or Family Values package can now watch PixL on channel 304. For more information about the channel lineup and available subscription packages, visit www.skyangel.com.
“Sky Angel TV subscribers will really enjoy PixL, with commercial-free movies 24 hours a day, featuring shows the entire family can watch together,” said Brian Collins, Sky Angel Executive Vice President of Programming / Media Sales.
PixL is a 24/7 commercial-free family-safe movie channel showing timeless dramas, wholesome comedies and love stories that span generations and lift the human spirit. Their original movies and miniseries are created to inspire, entertain and touch the heart of everyone who watches. Join some of the biggest stars from film and television in the world today and watch PixL, Sky Angel TV channel 304 – available anytime with no commercial interruptions.
“PixL’s goal is to continue to grow its ‘television everywhere’ entertainment destination for the enormous underserved market of viewers who are simply looking for clean, family-safe, high-quality movies and series,” said Tim Hanafee, PixL Vice President of Programming. “Becoming part of Sky Angel’s wonderful lineup brings us one step closer to that goal.”
Sky Angel offers subscribers two services: a traditional TV service available in the U.S. with more than 80 television and radio channels of inspirational and family-friendly programming, Video On Demand and 48 Hour Playback and a Web TV service offered worldwide with more than 35 inspiring television and radio channels, Video On Demand and other features viewed via personal computers. To learn more and to subscribe, visit www.skyangel.com or call 1-800-SKY-ANGEL (1-800-759-2643).
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