Lionsgate Inks Content Supply Deal With M-GO
The digital platform pact includes "The Hunger Games" along with the "Twilight" and Tyler Perry "Medea" franchises.
TORONTO – Digital platform M-GO has inked a supply deal with Lionsgate to secure a slate of movies and TV shows, including The Hunger Games and the Twilight film franchises.
Also included for purchase or rental by on-the-go M-GO customers are Tyler Perry’s Madea films and the Mad Men TV series.
The Lionsgate deal follows M-GO signing content deals with other major Hollywood studios to boost the digital platform’s library of new movie and TV series releases.
“M-GO is exactly the kind of entrepreneurial partner with whom we like to be in business, and our partnership underscores the growing spectrum of digital and traditional platforms available for monetizing our content,” said Jim Packer, Lionsgate president of worldwide television & digital distribution.
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