Fullscreen Set To Launch $4.99 A Month Video Streaming Service In April

Los Angeles-based Fullscreen is getting set to launch its own video streaming service, starting next month, and will charge $4.99 a month for streaming access to both original and licensed content. Fullscreen, which detailed its plans today for the service, had announced plans for the streaming service in September. According to Fullscreen, the new service will include feature films, scripted and unscripted acquisitions and originals, along with content from its creators and social influencers. The new service is expected to debut on April 26th. Fullscreen said that AT&T will be supporting the launch of the service by marketing and promoting the service to its 100M customers, and that Fullscreen will also provide programming to AT&T's AUDIENCE Network, available to DIRECTV and U-verse TV subscribers.