12.04.2007 08:17 AM
ROK acquires mobile content creator Fun Little Movies

ROK Entertainment Group has acquired Fun Little Movies (FLM), a Los Angeles-based creator of mobile content. Under the agreement, ROK and FLM will jointly offer made-for-mobile content to network operators worldwide.

FLM specializes in the development, production and distribution of original mobile-oriented comedy. ROK plans to capitalize on this by expanding the company’s global footprint as well as developing a new portfolio of content for mobile devices. It will serve as the primary distributor for the content. FLM already has distribution deals with Sprint, Verizon Wireless and AT&T, along with several handset makers and overseas partners.

For more information, visit www.funlittlemovies.com and www.rok.tv.



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