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DGMI TV and Film Content Goes Mobile

18 May, 2007 By: Billy Gil

Mobile multimedia entertainment company mSpot has acquired TV and film content from Digital Music Group Inc. (DGMI).

DGMI currently controls digital distribution rights to more than 4,000 hours of video content, from classic television shows such as “Gumby,” “I, Spy,” “My Favorite Martian” and “The Mr. Bill Show,” to comedy from Sam Kinison and Jamie Foxx and material from illusionist Criss Angel. DGMI also has distribution deals with Joost, Amazon Unbox, YouTube, iTunes, Google Video and AOL/In2TV, among others.

mSpot enables more than 1 million carriers with the ability to manage media content on their mobile phones, including material from Buena Vista VOD, ClearChannel, ESPN, Lionsgate, Marketwatch, Radio Disney and Universal Pictures. The service is available on Sprint and U.S. Cellular in the United States.

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