M-Go, the online video service that was founded by Technicolor and Dreamworks, signed a licensing agreement with Lionsgate to get access the studio’s catalog. The deal includes all previous seasons of Mad Men, as well as next-day access to new episodes as the show gets back on the air next month.
M-Go customers will also be able to rent and buy Lionsgate movies like the Hunger Games, the Twilight series and the Madea movies. All in all, Lionsgate’s catalog consists of 15,000 movies and TV show episodes, and the deal will eventually bring that entire collection to M-Go.
M-Go’s CEO John Batter told me during a call Wednesday that M-Go currently has 10,000 titles available, and that the company plans to add between 1000 and 2000 additional titles every month.
M-Go launched its public beta at CES in January. Check out my interview with Technicolor CEO Fred Rose about the service below:
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