DigiDev TV Launches Additional Three Channels on Roku Channel Store
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Digital Development Group (OTCBB: DIDG) (DigiDev), a Hollywood, California based OTT (Over the Top) TV company, announced today the launch of three more of its channels to the Roku Channel Store. The channels are Media Blasters, Cinema Libre Studio, and Kontakt TV. DigiDev currently has Something Weird, Synapse Films, Sci-Fi Station, Silent Era Films, and G2R Media on Roku. All are available by subscription at www.digidev.tv.
"We could not be more excited to launch 3 new channels to accompany our 8 existing channels in the Roku store," stated Joe Q. Bretz President of DigiDev. "Our roll out of new niche channels will continue to create value for our shareholders and amazing content for our consumers."
Media Blasters channel contains various titles including Animeworks, (Japanese animation), Tokyo Shock, (Asian film), and Shriek Show, (Horror). Media Blasters is home to groundbreaking titles including the perennial blockbuster, "Berserk," cult classic "Ichi the Killer," and the legendary original "Voltron Defender of the Universe" TV series. The channel is available for $1.99 with ads both online and on the Roku.
The Cinema Libre channel features award winning films and documentaries and includes some of the most sought after indie films on the market. The channel is available for subscription at $4.99 per month online and on Roku.
Kontakt TV is a collection of some of the greatest mixed martial arts fights of this century by some of the biggest names such as Tito Ortiz vs. Matt Hughes, Urijah Faber vs. David Velasquez, and Minotauro Nogueira vs. Jeremy Horn. Kontakt TV is available for only $1.99 per month with ads online and on Roku.
Channels in DigiDev's pipeline are The Sports Lodge (Dan Hernandez hunting and fishing channel), Kato's Korner (Hollywood celebrity interviews with host, Kato Kaelin), the Charlie Sheen Cyber TV channel, and a continuing stream of new DigiDev TV Roku channels in the months ahead.
ABOUT DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT GROUP, CORP. (otcbb) DIDG
The Digital Development Group Corporation is a virtual "television network," delivering content to Internet enabled viewing devices. The company provides a seamless, scalable and integrated back-end technological solution giving content owners distribution capability across multiple platforms using existing Internet Protocol (IP) services, providing increased monetization opportunities and greater control over distribution.
Company founders, CEO Martin W. Greenwald and President Joe Q. Bretz, have extensive experience in the entertainment industry. As the former CEO of Image Entertainment Inc., Mr. Greenwald oversaw its growth to over $120 million in revenues. For more information, visit the company's corporate web site, www.digidev.com and its consumer site, www.digidev.tv.
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