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DEG adds 5 new members

March 24, 2017

DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group (DEG), the home entertainment trade association, has announced the addition of five new member companies: Broad Green Pictures, Ericsson, FandangoNOW, The Great Courses, and Premiere Digital.

“The DEG welcomes its five new member companies, all of whom represent a key part of our industry,” said Amy Jo Smith, President, DEG. “As our industry’s ecosystem continues to evolve, DEG remains dedicated to serving all needs of the home entertainment community to drive new ways of delivering and enjoying content.”

Broad Green Pictures is a fully-integrated movie studio that provides filmmakers with development support, production infrastructure, and marketing resources to execute their vision from script to screen. Through collaborative partnerships, Broad Green aims to share their stories with the widest possible audiences.

Ericsson is a leader in communications technology and services with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. The organisation consists of more than 111,000 experts who provide customers in 180 countries with innovative solutions and services.

FandangoNOW is a premium on-demand video service and part of Fandango, one of the nation’s leading digital networks for all things movies, serving more than 60 million visitors per month, according to comScore, with best-in-class movie information, theatrical ticketing, movie trailers, original content and home entertainment. FandangoNOW offers more than 40,000 new release and catalogue movies, next-day TV shows, and an extensive library of 4K and HDR titles, to buy or rent.

The Great Courses is a developer and marketer of media for lifelong learning and personal enrichment. Delivered in both video and audio (in online, digital, video on demand and disc formats), these courses provide access to a world of knowledge from accomplished professors and experts.

Premiere Digital is an expert in media services, content management, software solutions and data analytics.  Partnering with more than 600 film studios, independent distributors, filmmakers, digital retailers/platforms and broadcasters around the world, Premiere Digital is providing software based solutions to support operational efficiencies, reduced costs, greater content awareness and business intelligence.

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