“Occupy Unmasked” is now available to watch instantly, both on cable and satellite video on demand services as well as computers and mobile devices.
Audiences everywhere now have a chance to see Andrew Breitbart’s last major project after it played to sold-out audiences in theaters and became the best-selling documentary DVD on Amazon this past weekend.
“We are pleased to make this exciting title available on Video on Demand on the heels of its limited theater release,” Citizens United President David N. Bossie said. “‘Occupy Unmasked’ must be seen to be believed, and now millions more will have that opportunity right in their own homes.”
“The truth must be told about the Occupy Wall Street movement and after a successful limited theater release now many more Americans can see this explosive film on VOD,” said writer/director Stephen K. Bannon.
The VOD providers carrying Occupy Unmasked are iTunes; Amazon; Charter; Comcast; Google Play; Direc TV; Playstation 3; Suddenlink; Time Warner; Verizon FIOS; VUDU; Xbox Zune; AT&T UVerse; Cablevision; Cox; and Dish Network.
For more information, you can visit the film’s official VOD page.