DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor Strike Deal with Starz Digital
DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor’s digital content service joint venture M-Go has recently signed a content licensing deal with Starz Digital and launched in beta mode for users in the US. Their deal will allow M-Go users to access high quality Starz content, such as Spartacus.
The Starz content deal follows similar agreements between M-Go and other big name Hollywood players, such as DWA, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, and Relativity Media.
M-Go was originally slated to launch by year’s end, allowing consumers to easily rent or purchase new releases and catalog films on any platform or device via the most “people-friendly” service. What’s even better is that M-Go will help users find content that they are looking for, and will suggest other stores such as Amazon.com, iTunes, Netflix, or Vudu if the title is not available on the M-Go service.
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