Cinedigm announced today a partnership with Littlstar to distribute Cinedigm’s portfolio of on-demand channels. Littlstar is known for streaming movies and TV to the gaming ecosystem, including over 100 million PlayStation consoles, along with Android TVs, mobile, and more.
Littlstar currently works with Discovery, Viacom, Showtime, and Universal and is financially backed by A&E, Sony, Michael Eisner, WWE, Warner Bros. and others.
“Littlstar is ecstatic to partner with Cinedigm to bring their incredible content library and streaming channels to our free and subscription apps across hundreds of millions of Sony PlayStations, Android TVs, mobile devices, and beyond,” said Tony Mugavero, Co-founder and CEO of Littlstar. “Cinedigm is on the pulse of what next generation viewers want, and we’re looking forward to innovating together with them to bring cutting edge content to new audiences.”
“On the distribution front, our goal is to partner with companies that can help us reach new, highly engaged audiences,” said Erick Opeka, President of Cinedigm Networks. “Littlstar helps us reach the hundreds of millions of global viewers that use their gaming consoles to stream entertainment, on top of widespread footprint on mobile and connected televisions. With the power of Littlstar behind us, Cinedigm will now reach more than three quarters of a billion devices globally.”
Littlstar will launch with a selection of Cinedigm’s channels including The Bob Ross Channel, Comedy Dynamics, Bambu, Docurama, CONtv, Dove Channel, CONtv Anime, Whistle TV, Bloody Disgusting, So…Drama, and So…Real.
Jess Barnes attended Edinboro University and spent years working in nonprofit before taking up freelance writing in 2012. Jess has been working for Cord Cutters News since 2017.