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M-GO streams 4K to Samsung UHD TVs

Another day, another new 4K streaming service. M-GO, a pay-as-you-go digital movie and TV streaming service joint venture between Technicolor and DreamWorks Animation, have developed a comprehensive 4K streaming service to launch on Samsung UHD TVs in the spring of 2014.

M-GO will kick off with a wide selection of full-length 4K theatrical hits and popular TV shows from Hollywood’s leading studios and networks to be made available to consumers the earliest they are released digitally. M-GO is debuting its 4K streaming solution this week highlighting native 4K content as well as demoing content optimised for UHD TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show (C.E.S.) – within Samsung’s show floor experience Booth #12004, Central Hall in the Las Vegas Convention Centre and Technicolor’s showroom at the Veronese ballroom at the Venetian Congress Centre, Level 2, Suite 2402-2403.

“M-GO and Technicolor are working very closely with our studio partners, chip manufacturer partners and Samsung to deliver on the full 4K promise – not just ‘more pixels’, but ‘better pixels’,” says John Batter, CEO of M-GO. “We are committed to getting consumers to experience the value and amazing visuals in 4K of the hottest new releases and TV shows, the earliest they are available  - the way filmmakers and creators meant for them to be seen in eye-popping immersive 4K.”

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