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M-GO in licensing agreement with Disney

M-GO, a new digital movies and TV streaming service, have announced that it has entered into a content licensing agreement with The Walt Disney Studios. The deal provides M-GO users with access to a selection of films as they become available, including favorites from Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Disney•Pixar, Marvel Studios and DreamWorks Studios. Effective immediately, consumers 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. In addition, just in time for holiday travel, M-GO has also launched M-GO To GO, an iTunes app which gives consumers the freedom to watch digital movies offline on their iPad – including the new iPad Air.

Disney films will be easily accessible on M-GO, enabling consumers to watch the latest hit movies, as well as a selection of classic titles. The content licensing agreement also includes key holiday-themed titles such as The Nightmare Before Christmas and Mickey’s Christmas Carol, as well as favorites like Finding Nemoand the Toy Story films.

“Securing this important partnership to get consumers access to coveted Disney content in combination with the launch of M-GO To GO is our company’s latest proof point in delivering on M-GO’s mission to get people to the entertainment content they love as quickly and easily as possible on the devices they choose.” says John Batter, CEO of M-GO. “This is the perfect combination of exceptional content and mobility that will make gifting and travel a true joy this holiday season.”

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