Latest Mobisode Stories

2008-10-28 09:00:23

Glu Mobile Inc. (Nasdaq:GLUU), a leading global publisher of mobile games, today announced that it will develop and publish a mobile game based on Family Guy, the top-rated TV comedy among teens and males 18-49. Glu's Family Guy mobile game will launch in 2009 through Glu's agreement with Fox Mobile Entertainment. "We're delighted to bring the humor and characters of Family Guy, known and loved by millions around the world, to the mobile arena," said Jill Braff, senior vice president of...

2008-09-09 06:00:23

Fox Mobile Entertainment (FME), a division of Fox Entertainment Group and a leading mobile content provider for wireless carriers, handset manufacturers and consumers, today announced it has reorganized and strengthened its leadership team to support its plan to broaden its catalog, enhance distribution and cultivate new mobile content offerings. The announcement was made at CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment 2008 in San Francisco, the largest wireless data event in the industry....

2006-04-25 06:00:00

By Andrew Wallenstein and Jesse Hiestand LOS ANGELES -- Walt Disney Co. has reached a deal with the Hollywood unions that will put the long-delayed "mobisode" spinoff of hit ABC series "Lost" back on track, the company said Monday. "Lost Video Diaries," which will air as mini-episodes on mobile telephones, has been on hold since being announced in November. Production on a still-to-be-determined number of multi-minute episodes is expected to resume in late summer in Hawaii concurrent with...

2005-11-17 04:04:55

By Andrew Wallenstein LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - The mysteries of ABC's "Lost" are about to get bigger -- and smaller. The Emmy-winning hit is spawning a second series for mobile phones in a deal soon to close with a major U.S. carrier, sources said. About 20 episodes -- each several minutes long -- are being shot next month in Hawaii to hit phones sometime early next year. The project is not being produced by ABC or series producer Touchstone Television but is under the...

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