(Salt Lake City, UT—December 4, 2017) VidAngel, the popular entertainment app owned by 8,000 American families from all 50 states, empowers parents to filter mature content from streamed movies and TV shows on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO. The company is engaged in a high-profile legal battle with several Hollywood studios seeking to prevent families from lawfully filtering content on modern devices at home.
Tomorrow, VidAngel’s legal case turns to Utah, where Federal Bankruptcy Judge Kevin R. Anderson will hold a preliminary hearing on Disney’s motion to dismiss VidAngel’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding or obtain relief from the automatic stay. This would allow Disney to proceed with its ongoing lawsuit against VidAngel in theCentral District of California.
- What: Utah federal bankruptcy hearing in In re VidAngel, Inc.
- When: 10:00 a.m. MT on Tuesday, December 5th
- Who: Judge Kevin R. Anderson
Where: Frank E. Moss U.S. Courthouse, Courtroom 376, 350 S Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
VidAngel is the market-leading entertainment app owned by 8,000 American families in all 50 states that empowers them to filter language, nudity, violence, and other mature content from movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO. Available on modern devices such as iOS, Android, ROKU, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV, the app continues to grow in popularity. VidAngel Studios, the company’s original content division, has had tremendous success with its clean standup comedy series, Dry Bar Comedy, which consistently ranks among VidAngel’s most viewed content.