The Horror Channel has entered into an agreement with Joost, the world's first broadcast-quality Internet television service. The Horror Channel's wide array of programming, including each of its original online series, feature-length films, and genre-oriented music videos, is available now to Joost beta testers.

"This deal with Joost marks The Horror Channel's latest step toward offering our fans licensed and original content via their PCs," said Nicholas Psaltos, Founder and CEO, The Horror Channel. "Joost subscribers can browse the user-friendly, onscreen guide and click on The Horror Channel to watch our content or participate in Joost's unique community features."

Yvette Alberdingk Thijm, executive vice president of content strategy and acquisition for Joost, said, "The Joost platform provides a new outlet where fans can find programming in a range of genres while they chat with other viewers and interact with features on the platform. Building up our library of niche programs, such as those from The Horror Channel, helps us create a complete experience for our viewers."

The Horror Channel's initial offerings on Joost include the entire first season of the original series Shadow Falls; episodes from the original series Heartland Horrors; and music videos from the industrial rock bands "Android Lust" and "Mortiis." Additional music videos, as well as full-length feature films, will be available on Joost in the near future.

The Horror Channel describes itself as: The premier broadband venue for the best Horror, Terror and Suspense programming. By licensing classic and contemporary movies, specials and series from the libraries of established distributors, as well as introducing original series, miniseries and films by top Horror filmmakers, The Horror Channel has become the network of choice for Horror fans, filmmakers, authors and actors.