Kaleidescape Adds NBCUniversal Films, TV to Digital Download

Kaleidescape, known for its movie servers, has entered into a license agreement with NBCUniversal that will result in the addition of 1,000 movie titles and 210 TV seasons to the Kaleidescape Store.
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Kaleidescape, known for its movie servers, has entered into a license agreement with NBCUniversal that will result in the addition of 1,000 movie titles and 210 TV seasons to the Kaleidescape Store. These titles from NBCUniversal, together with the titles Kaleidescape has previously licensed from other major studios, will enable the Kaleidescape Store to offer a total of 8,500 movies and 1,600 TV seasons for download.

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The agreement includes a wide variety of Hollywood hits such as Bridesmaids; the Bourne Identity, Jurassic Park, and The Mummy franchises; and family favorites like Despicable Me, Hop, and Curious George. Additionally, award-winning television series such as The Office, 30 Rock, and House will also be available on the Kaleidescape Store.

“Kaleidescape is focused on the overall experience in purchasing, choosing, and watching movies at home, and we are happy to support a company whose products and services are designed from the ground up for families who own a personal movie library and want a great movie experience every time,” said Michael Bonner, EVP of Digital Distribution for Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. “We like to support innovative companies within the UltraViolet ecosystem, and Kaleidescape is well-known for its innovative products and services.”

“Kaleidescape continues to deliver on the company’s vision of providing the ultimate way to enjoy the finest movies at home,” said Cheena Srinivasan, founder and CEO of Kaleidescape. “We are doing this by enabling consumers to effortlessly combine their disc-based collections with their digital downloads. Kaleidescape makes choosing a movie to watch with family and friends an engaging and entertaining experience. The tremendous support we continue to receive from major entertainment companies, such as NBCUniversal, demonstrates that they recognize our commitment to deliver an exceptional movie experience.”

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