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Headline News IDT Internet Mobile Group Forms Zedge Studios & Takes Interest In IDW Publishing

IDT Internet Mobile Group (IMG), a division of IDT Corp., has formed Zedge Studios to develop and license digital content for distribution through web and mobile platforms. IMG has also acquired a controlling interest in IDW Publishing (www.idwpublishing.com), an independent comics publisher known for the horror, action and sci-fi genres, boasting such high-profile titles as THE TRANSFORMERS, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT, CSI, STAR TREK, 24 and SCARFACE.

Headline News MIPCOM Mobile And Internet TV Awards Goes Virtual in Second Life

A virtual space of information about the MIPCOM Mobile & Internet TV Awards has been set up inside the 3D virtual world of Second Life. This virtual platform brings together creators and new talent in emerging areas of entertainment, such as Internet and machinima.

Headline News Simpsons Have a Meltdown in New EA Mobile Game

Electronic Arts Inc. announced THE SIMPSONS: MINUTES TO MELTDOWN, an original game developed exclusively for mobile phones starring the world's favorite animated family. Created in conjunction with Fox Mobile Ent. and Gracie Films, MINUTES TO MELTDOWN takes mobile gamers on a fast-paced, action-packed adventure through Springfield. The game, which features Homer and a colorful cast of Springfieldians, can now be downloaded directly from major wireless carriers in North America and Europe and on the web via Jamster (www.jamster.com).

Headline News Calon Makes First Sale to Mobile Media

Calon has sold BIG TATTIE, its first animated series for mobile media, to leading mobile distributor, Player X. Additionally, S4C has commissioned Calon to make 20 shorts of a BIG TATTIE for its Rugby World Cup coverage.

Headline News Sony Pictures TV International Launches Animax Mobile

Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI) announced the launch of Animax Mobile in Canada and Australia to kickoff a global roll-out of a "dedicated mobile version" of Sony's popular Japanese anime channel that currently can be seen across Asia, Central Europe, Germany, and Latin America on TV via cable and satellite providers. Animax Mobile is specifically designed for mobile TV viewing using mobile streaming technology and targets users ages 14-34.

Headline News NVIDIA Unveils New Visual Computing Architecture for Notebooks

NVIDIA Corp. has introduced a breakthrough NVIDIA Quadro professional GPU architecture for notebook computers that enables entirely new graphics and visual computing capabilities for mobile professionals. The new line of mobile graphics solutions includes NVIDIA Quadro FX 1600M, Quadro FX 570M and Quadro FX 360M.

Headline News Gameloft New Mobile Motto: Live Free Or Die Hard

Gameloft announced it has signed a multi-year agreement with 20th Century Fox to develop, publish and distribute LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD, the official mobile game of the sequel to the famous film series. The game will be exclusive to the mobile platform and will launch worldwide shortly before LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD's theatrical release on June 27, 2007.

Headline News Brak Show Goes Mobile in the U.K.

GlobalFun, a wireless entertainment development and publishing company, and www.adultswim.co.uk have teamed up to develop mobile games.

The deal sees GlobalFun developing a mobile game based on the [adult swim] program THE BRAK SHOW. The mobile game is a sim/social type of game in the vein of THE SIMS and contains well-known elements and characters from the popular show. GlobalFun will also, for certain selected markets, distribute the title to its carrier and B2C.

Headline News TELETOON Launches Video On Demand & Mobile TV Services

TELETOON will launch two new digital services, Video on Demand (VOD) on April 27, 2007, and Mobile TV on May 15. Building upon the recent re-branding of the network, TELETOON now offers a more flexible and far-reaching suite of services from traditional broadcast, across VOD and Mobile TV to the popular teletoon.com.

Headline News Gameloft to Bring Shrek the Third to Mobile Gamers

Gameloft has signed a domestic and international licensing agreement with DreamWorks Animation to produce a mobile game based on the animated feature film, SHREK THE THIRD, in theaters May 18, 2007. SHREK THE THIRD, the mobile game, is scheduled for release across 170 operators in more than 75 countries, in conjunction with the movie.

The mobile game will closely follow the film's storyline of the film with appearances from all the main characters.

Headline News Foster's Bloo First Character for CallToons Mobile Application

Cartoon Network New Media announced Bloo for FOSTER'S HOME FOR IMAGINARY FRIENDS will be the first featured character within the new mobile application CallToons, the patent-pending technology that replaces ordinary mobile phone functions (such as ringtones and wallpapers) with an all-encompassing entertainment platform provided by users' favorite characters.

Headline News Universal Buys International DVD Rights To Bernard

Universal Pictures Int'l Ent. has just bought the international DVD rights to the first 52-episode season of BERNARD. This deal for producer BRB Internacional represents the first time that the Spanish company has entered into such a wide-ranging alliance covering so many countries. Universal has also acquired mobile rights to BERNARD in the U.K.

Headline News Player X & Aardman Animations Team For Mobile Video

Player X is now the exclusive distributor for Aardman Animations' premium mobile video content in North America. Player X will launch Aardman classic content, such as WALLACE & GROMIT, ANGRY KID and CREATURE COMFORTS on two of the U.S.'s major carrier networks for starters.

Headline News Robert Tercek to Keynote GDC Mobile 2007

Robert Tercek, co-founder of PeopleJam and a leading figure in the mobile games industry, will deliver a keynote address at GDC Mobile on the second day of the conference. Tercek's address, entitled, "The First Decade of Mobile Games," will trace the major milestones in the evolution of this nascent medium, and provide examples of the games that signify the turning points, breakthrough, and pitfalls of the last decade. He will share an analysis of the trends that will herald a major shift in the future of the mobile games entertainment sector.

Headline News Amp'd Mobile Launches Original Series Lil' Hollywood

As the highly-anticipated follow-up to the Amp'd Mobile original animated series and new Comedy Central series, LIL' BUSH, Amp'd Mobile announced the launch of its newest made-for-mobile animated series, LIL' HOLLYWOOD. The parody series will follow the pint-sized adventures of Hollywood's hottest celebrities as they try to get through their day-to-day lives, which we all know is no small task.

Headline News Cartoon Network New Media Creates Mobile Ap CallToons

Cartoon Network New Media has created CallToons, a new mobile application integrating smart technology with entertainment, enabling CN characters to take over a mobile phone. Using patent pending technology, CallToons creates an unparalleled user experience that replaces ordinary mobile phone functions (such as ringtones and wallpapers) with an entertainment platform provided by the users favorite character. At launch, CallToons will feature characters from Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, and will be offered as separate services for each brand.

Headline News Paramount Pictures Goes Mobile

Paramount Pictures has launched a mobile phone portal to deliver content to mobile devices and act as a platform to promote theatrical and DVD releases. Visitors to the mobile movie sites will be able to browse and purchase movie-related content from their mobile phones, and opt-in to receive alerts about Paramount Pictures. Crisp Wireless, a provider of mobile content management solutions, was selected as the content management software partner.

Headline News Comedy Central & Amp'd Mobile Greenlight Mobile Original Lil' Bush

Comedy Central and Amp'd Mobile announced today (Dec. 4, 2006) that the original animated mobile series, LIL' BUSH: RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, will be the first original mobile program to migrate to television. The new series, which will be co-produced by comedy writer/producer Donick Cary, Comedy Central and Amp'd Mobile, will launch in 2007.

Headline News Artificial Life & TeliaSonera to Launch Mobile Games in Nordic & Baltic States

Hong Kong-based Artificial Life Inc., a provider of award-winning mobile 3G technology and applications, announced today (Nov. 27, 2006) a deal with TeliaSonera, the Nordic and Baltic leader in telecommunications, to release the latest mobile games, such as V-Boy and V-PENGUINS and their accompanying side products, like wallpapers, screensavers, ring-tones and video mails. The products will be available on TeliaSonera's mobile Internet portal SurfPort, which is launched in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.

Headline News Sundance Film Festival Starts Global Short Film Project for Mobile

Sundance Institute, a champion for independent filmmakers for more than 25 years, is joining forces with the GSM Assoc. (GSMA), whose members serve more than two billion mobile phone customers across the globe, to create the Sundance Film Festival: Global Short Film Project. Sundance Institute president/founder Robert Redford unveiled the groundbreaking pilot project to showcase and extend the reach of the independent short film genre to mobile users worldwide, during a press conference at the Museum of Television & Radio in New York City.

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