Fox On-Demand gets Japan gig

Usen's broadband service to offer Fox dramas

TOKYO — GyaO Next, the broadband TV service operated by media conglom Usen, started webcasting Fox On-Demand, a new service offering dramas from the Fox Channel, on Wednesday.

Usen is providing the service in co-operation with Tokyo-based Fox Intl. Channels, which operates communication satellite channels in Japan.

Fox On-Demand will cost 2,980 yen ($30.41) per month. Programs will include “Bones,” “Ali McBeal” and “Boston Legal.”

GyaO Next is an IPTV service whose programming ranges from Hollywood pics and TV dramas to BBC World News and National Geographic Channel.

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