The Digital Development Group (DigiDev) Launches Three Channels in Roku Channel Store

The Digital Development Group (DigiDev) Launches Three Channels in Roku Channel Store

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Digital Development Group (OTCBB: DIDG) (DigiDev), a Los Angeles, California based Internet TV/Technology content acquisition and distribution company, has launched three channels in the Roku Player channel store. The channels are Something Weird, Synapse films, and the Sci-Fi Station®.

"Passing the requirements to get into the Roku channel store is a significant milestone for our company, and it has brought unbridled attention to our niche channels," says Joe Q. Bretz, DigiDev president. "This is only the beginning, with more than 10 channels of amazing content in our pipeline, we expect to see a substantial spike in subscribers in the coming weeks and months."

"We are learning very valuable lessons from our consumers, and will be refreshing the content on every channel on a monthly basis, along with alternatives, such as ad-based and the bundling of channels," says Martin W. Greenwald, CEO of DigiDev.

Something Weird is a compilation of offbeat genre films from the 1930s through the 1970s, with titles such as "All Women Are Bad "(1969), "The Gore Gore Girls" (1972), and "The Erotic Adventures of Zorro" (1972). The Something Weird filmshave never before been offered in video formats.

Synapse films showcase Action, Asian Cult Cinema, Classic, Drama, Indy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Comedy, and Documentaries. Titles include "Frat House Massacre" (2008), "The Brain That Wouldn't Die" (1962), and "Beast from the Haunted Cave" (1959).

The Sci-Fi Station® is an amalgamation of strange and unusual features, documentaries, and clips that are weird, offbeat, sexy, and B movies. "The Phantom Empire" (1935), "The Last Woman on Earth" (1960), and "The Amazing Mr. X" (1948) are examples of content on this station.

Consumers can subscribe for a 7-day free trial by going to and/or by adding the channel from the Roku store itself by searching for: Something Weird, Synapse and/or the Sci-Fi Station®. The channels can also be viewed on any browser.


The Digital Development Group Corporation Company's founders are CEO Martin W. Greenwald and President Joe Q. Bretz. They both have extensive experience in the entertainment industry, positioning DigiDev to be a leader in the Internet television revolution. For more information, visit:

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