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Thursday, November 1

Mill Creek Entertainment Honoring Veteran's Day



IN HONOR OF VETERAN’S DAY, THE
AMERICA’S WARS STREAMING CHANNEL OFFERS
MEDAL OF HONOR: EXTRAORDINARY VALOR DOCUMENTARY SERIES ON-DEMAND FROM MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT
The Documentary Joins Hundreds of Hours of War Documentaries, Films and Newsreels Chronicling Every American War

Minneapolis, MN (November 1, 2012) In honor of Veteran’s Day, the popular streaming subscription channel, America’s Wars, featuring war content spanning from the Great Indian Wars to the war in Iraq, will add the critically acclaimed documentary series Medal of Honor: Extraordinary Valor to the ever-growing list of content.  The new content will be available to subscribers of America’s Wars from Mill Creek Entertainment along with sample content available for free viewing for non-subscribers updated periodically. For a low monthly rate starting at $4.99, users can enjoy hundreds of hours of exclusive programming, with new content added regularly. 

The America’s Wars channel offers history buffs and military history fans hundreds of hours of content viewable from Roku devices, mobile phones, computers and tablets.  From multi-part documentary series to government-produced propaganda films, this uniquely focused selection of war-related content is not available on Hulu, Netflix or Amazon. 

The 6-part Medal of Honor: Extraordinary Valor documentary series was produced exclusively for Mill Creek Entertainment by award winning producer Kevin Hershberger.  Medal of Honor: Extraordinary Valor brings a voice to the stories of the people who showed extreme bravery and valor while making harrowing sacrifices to ensure American freedom.  The medal and its recipients are brought to life using in-depth, full-scale live re-enactments with special effects starting from the creation of the medal during the Civil War through the wars in Iran and Afghanistan.  The documentary recounts the incredible stories of the many honorees, from people of all races and ethnicities, to the first woman, Dr. Mary Walker, to the most well-known, John McKinney (World War II), Alvin York (World War I) and Joseph Marm (Vietnam War).  It is the most comprehensive program available that honors the heroes of our nation.

America's Wars brings you documentaries and on-the-spot footage from all of America's major conflicts. For a low monthly subscription fee, users can watch as much content as they like from the extensive catalog.  America's Wars is committed to providing the most comprehensive selection of documentaries and supportive video content on the subject of America and its wars.

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