Media Classics Group International, Inc. announced that it has completed international distribution agreements with ENT INC. a Beverly Hills-based entertainment company for the distribution of its animated cel art library. This group of assets includes original art works that were the actual production cels used to create such animated TV shows as FLASH GORDON, BACK TO THE FUTURE, EWOKS, GHOST BUSTERS and HE-MAN.
John Anderson, president of Media Classics said, We are pleased this outstanding grouping of art works will finally be available to the public. It has taken many years to amass such a comprehensive library. We are confident the management of ENT INC. has the marketing know how and distribution channels in place to bring these collector items to consumers worldwide. We have had this asset pool evaluated and feel that our share of revenues from distribution has the potential to bring our company millions in revenues in the coming months.
A variety of distribution channels will be utilized to bring this library to the market. Sales will be created through utilization of electronic media including Media Classics Websites and co-marketing agreements with other specialized Websites. Additionally, a variety of sub distributors will be utilized to reach the many niche outlets for this type of artwork both in the U.S. and internationally.
ENT INC. is a company focused on family entertainment and has investments in family and children's entertainment products including animation, music and animated feature production. ENT INC. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Diversified Entertainment Properties Inc., a consortia of interoperative entertainment focused companies.
Media Classics Group International Inc. is a holding company for a variety of entertainment assets; MCGI owns more than 2,000 hours of stock film footage and documentary film, 24 hours of animated programming, as well as sports programming, music rights and various distribution rights to 110 feature films. The company is utilizing these core assets to create television programming, theatrical motion picture footage and children's educational programming to serve a broad range of institutional and consumer markets.