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M-GO Digital Entertainment on Samsung Smart TVs

Digital entertainment service M-GO announced Thursday that owners of 2012 Samsung Smart TVs are the first to gain access to M-GO’s library of movies and TV shows streaming on demand directly on their Smart TVs.

With M-GO, people only pay for the movies and TV shows they want, never needing to commit to subscription fees. M-GO has content deals secured with Hollywood’s major studios, which drive its library of the newest releases.

The free M-GO app will be featured in the “What’s New” section of Samsung Apps on Samsung’s Smart Hub. Select Samsung Smart TV users can try out M-GO with a special offer of two free rentals by typing in the code “SamsungTV” and hitting apply at the point of purchase. The promotion is valid until June 30, 2013.

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Samsung Smart TVs

“Samsung is transforming the home entertainment experience by giving consumers control, choice and access to their favorite content on the largest screen in the home,” said Eric Anderson, vice president, content and product solutions at Samsung Electronics America.

“By being the first to offer M-GO to Smart TVs owners, consumers can get more of the movies and TV shows they love streaming right to their TV.”

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Meanwhile, LG Electronics says it will be the first to offer the convenience of PayPal on its Smart TV platform.

Available now on 2013 LG Smart TVs available in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, the feature will also be included in LG Smart TVs in France, Germany, Spain, Italy and Australia starting this month with other markets to follow. (Read: PayPal Digital Payment System on LG Smart TV)

To understand the extent of evolution taking place in the TV marketplace, RMN Digital invited IMN’s  founder and CEO Steven Turner to discuss the latest trends. Here he comes in an exclusive interview with RMN Digital managing editor, Rakesh Raman. (Read: “Days of the Dumb Box Coming to an End”)

“Providing easier access to the movies and TV shows people care about is M-GO’s mission,” said John Batter, CEO of M-GO. “Going live on Samsung Smart TVs is a huge milestone in giving consumers the power to enjoy an entire world of entertainment at their fingertips on the big screen at home.”

M-GO is available now on select Samsung Smart TVs. It is also available on all major platforms and functions on operating systems ranging from Android to iOS to Windows. Consumers can also access M-GO via web browsers (Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer or Firefox) by visiting

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