- New Release Movies, Catch Up Television and Deep Catalog Content For Purchase and Rental - Available at 2012 Launch of M-GO Entertainment Service
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Intel Developer Forum -- M-GO, a leader in redefining and simplifying how people find, purchase and enjoy digital entertainment, today announced content licensing agreements with leading studios including NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution. The deals will enable consumers to rent or purchase home entertainment day & date new release films, catch up television and back catalog film & TV shows. M-GO will also offer consumers the ability to purchase UltraViolet enabled movies – giving them the ability to watch their content across multiple devices. The M-GO service, which launches later this year, will be available on all major platforms and function on a full spectrum of operating systems ranging from Android to iOS to Windows. 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.
M-GO addresses the consumer craving for a service -- not just another store -- that helps them find the content they most care about and watch it on the devices they choose. M-GO centralizes viewing in one easy place, bridging the divide between viewing platforms, content sources, delivery technologies and devices.
"M-GO's unique offering has allowed us to secure business wins with leading companies and decision makers in both the technology and entertainment industries," said John Batter, CEO of M-GO. "Partners choose us because of the value M-GO brings to the marketplace by providing massive amounts of quality film and TV content on the devices people already use."
M-GO to Become an UltraViolet™ Retailer
M-GO will offer UltraViolet and its streaming and download options, allowing viewers to own legal copies of premium content from select studios. UltraViolet, a digital rights authentication and cloud-based licensing system, lets consumers safely and securely access their purchased digital movies and TV shows by a cloud-based library. M-GO's support for UltraViolet lets users play UltraViolet titles wherever they go and on a wide variety of devices.
Intel Integration at IDF Conference Today
Launching from the floor of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, M-GO and Intel are proudly inviting its partners and developer community to take a sneak peek at M-GO as an example of how a well-integrated Silicon Valley and Hollywood partnership can create a better digital entertainment experience for consumers. M-GO's user-friendly tactile interface provides a "wow" experience as a preloaded app on new touch-screen Intel-based Ultrabook devices available at Holiday 2012. M-GO will be showcased in the Intel AppUp center as a premier consumer experience.
M-GO is a leading service redefining the way people find, purchase and enjoy digital entertainment. The M-GO service launches later this year and will be preloaded on Intel, Samsung and Vizio devices. M-GO will also be available as a free service from www.mgo.com. The company has content deals with Hollywood's major studios and is a joint venture between DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor. For more information please visit www.mgo.com.