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'The Interview' expands to Mediacom cable subscribers

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Sony's controversial film, The Interview is now available on Mediacom Cable.

Sony Pictures said it reached deals with several major cable and satellite providers to release the comedy via video-on-demand and pay TV services.

Comcast, Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, and Verizon FiOS are also expected to offer the film.

The Interview is available to Mediacom Prime TV subscribers using the OnDemand channel for a $5.99 rental fee. Each rental is viewable for two days.

Sony said it will also make the film more widely available in theaters starting Friday, January 2.

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