M-GO is a new service that will deliver entertainment content on the devices consumers choose.
The company announced Tuesday content licensing agreements with two leading studios, DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. and Relativity Media.
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M-GO will provide consumers with immediate access to animated film franchises such as DreamWorks’ Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon.
It also includes Relativity’s live action releases The Raven, Mirror Mirror and Act of Valor. Consumers will be able to rent or purchase digital entertainment new releases and catalog films on any device or platform, says the company.
These deals join M-GO’s previously sealed content licensing agreements with leading studios including NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution.
The service aims to enable consumers to rent or purchase new films, catch up television and back catalog film and TV shows â€“ with more content agreements to be announced as the company nears its commercial launch in Q4 of this year.
“M-GO’s unique offering has allowed us to secure ‘wins’ with leading companies in both the technology and entertainment industries,” said John Batter, CEO of M-GO. “M-GO brings value to the marketplace by providing high-quality film and TV content to consumers on the devices they are already using.”
The M-GO service will be available on all major platforms and it will work on different operating systems including Android, iOS, and Windows.
Moreover, M-GO will be pre-loaded on Samsung’s 2012 Smart TVs, Blu-ray players and Wi-Fi tablets, VIZIO’s 2012 Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, Wi-Fi tablets and digital media players, and Intel Ultrabook devices through the Intel AppUp center.