NEW YORK — Court TV has a new home on Time Warner’s Free on Demand platform.
Net’s programming will be available beginning July 4 on 34 of the cabler’s divisions. Series such as “Forensic Files,” “Dominick Dunne’s Power, Privilege and Justice” and “The System” are all on the slate. Ten hours will be available and refreshed regularly.
A deal was also made with In Demand to provide net’s content to Time Warner and other cablers in the future.
Court TV is available in almost 80 million homes. It is jointly owned by AOL Time Warner and Liberty Media.