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New video-rental service M-GO gets Disney deal

M-GO, the new digital movie and streaming service from DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor, has inked a content licensing agreement with Disney for a crop of films as they become available from Disney Animation, Disney-Pixar, Marvel Studios and DreamWorks Studios.
December 20, 2013

M-GO, the new digital movie and streaming service from DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor, has inked a content licensing agreement with Disney for a crop of films as they become available from Disney Animation, Disney-Pixar, Marvel Studios and DreamWorks Studios.

Effective immediately, customers can begin streaming and/or downloading new releases such as Marvel’s Iron Man 3, Marvel’s The Avengers, Monsters University and Disney’s Planes.

The agreement also includes holiday-themed titles such as The Nightmare Before Christmas and Mickey’s Christmas Carol, as well as classics like Finding Nemo and the Toy Story films.
M-GO has also launched M-GO To GO, an iTunes app that gives consumers the ability to watch digital movies offline on their iPad.

M-GO, which is available for free service on computers and tablets at www.mgo.com, already has deals in place with 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and DreamWorks Animation.

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