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Showtime Baltics Enriched With Hit Films From Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution

Press releases 2010-08-17

Deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution enriches the action loaded channel Showtime Baltics with a range of thrilling blockbusters for the fall season.

NonStop Television recently closed a deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution for Showtime in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The deal contains star studded blockbusters like "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet" with Leonardo Di Caprio and Claire Danes, "The Thin Red Line" with Sean Penn and Adrien Brody, "Bad Girls" with Andie MacDowell and "Ladyhawke" with Michelle Pfeiffer.

The first FOX titles will premiere on Showtime in October 2010.

NonStop Television's Showtime is a niche film channel that presents the best of action, thrillers, science fiction and other related genres from past decades. A cavalcade of excitement and adrenaline-rushing action 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

"We are happy to start working with FOX for Showtime Baltics. The FOX line-up strengthens the channel which is up for a great season this fall," says Ignas Scheynius, CEO of NonStop Television.

For further information please contact:

Ebba Bjelkholm, Press Manager, NonStop Television AB
Tel: +46 8 673 99 43, Mobile: +46 70 754 99 43,

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About NonStop Television
NonStop Television AB, a company within the Millennium Media Group (MMG), is a fast growing television company that features niche TV channels. Since May 1st 2010 NonStop Television operates 13 channels in 53 countries.

NonStop Television operates Showtime in Scandinavia, the Baltic States and Africa, a licensee of Showtime Networks Inc. http://www.nonstop.tv/

About Twentieth Century Fox:

Twentieth Century Fox is a subsidiary of News Corporation. News Corporation's diversified global operations include the production and distribution of motion pictures and television programming; television, satellite, cable and digital media broadcasting and transmission, the publication of newspapers, magazines and books; the production and distribution of promotional and advertising products and services; the development of conditional access and subscriber management systems.