Poker Central believes that it has a winning hand with new cable channel

Skinny cable-channel packages are the newest trend as media executives recognize that there are so many twenty-four-hour cable channels that can introduce, or that the people in America have time to watch. A new 24 hour poker channel is all set to be introduced for the fifty-five million poker fans across the nation.
In an interview recently, Clint Stinchomb, the CEO of Poker Central, told that more people play poker compared to golf or tennis. Tennis is a micro-niche. Poker is not a micro-niche. This is a huge market. Stinchomb told that both ESPN and Fox televise big-money poker events.
Recently, Poker Central declared that they have signed their very first distribution contract with a Toledo cable system. Stinchomb anticipated more announcements this year. Apart from Toledo, poker fans could access Poker Central application through Amazon Fire, Roku, Xbox and Apple TV, said Stinchomb. These platforms are backed by Comcast, said a spokeswoman.
The former programming executive of Discovery Communications there has never been a great time to introduce a channel twenty-four years he has been in the cable business. Still, Stinchomb believes that that Poker Central has a great hand to play and he is playing it.
Meanwhile, a new poker shoe is all set to hit the television screen very soon. The show Inside Poker with Matt Savage will premiere on Poker Central on 7th March.