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Amazon's Unbox Gets Content From Digital Music Group

5 Apr, 2007 By: Jessica Wolf

Digital Music Group, Inc. has signed on to deliver video downloads to Amazon's Unbox service.

The company is a leader in digital distribution of independently owned music, TV shows, film and video catalogs.

“Amazon.com is a leading online retailer, and we are particularly pleased to add Amazon Unbox to our expanding set of video channel distributors,” said Mitchell Koulouris, Chief Executive Officer of DMGI. “This agreement will help bring DMGI's quality video content to the millions of loyal Amazon customers around the world.”

DMGI currently controls the digital distribution rights to more than 4,000 hours of video content, ranging from classic television favorites such as “Gumby,” “I Spy,” “My Favorite Martian,” and “The Mr. Bill Show,” to comedy from Sam Kinison, Andrew Dice Clay and Jamie Foxx, to contemporary content from superstar illusionist Criss Angel.

DMGI content is also available on YouTube, iTunes, Google Video, AOL's In2TV and more. DMGI is planning to make its video catalog available to Amazon Unbox starting in the summer of 2007.

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