Entertainment Studios Selects DG/Pathfire

Entertainment Studios Inc., an independent producer and distributor of first-run syndicated television programming for television stations, and owner of six 24-hour HD television networks, has chosen DG to prepare and distribute all 27 of its syndicated programs, including: Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, The Gossip Queens, America’s Court with Judge Ross, Entertainers with Byron Allen,  Recipe.TV, The Young Icons, Cars.TV, Beautiful Homes and Great Estates and Career Day.

DG is a provider of content management and distribution solutions for the advertising, entertainment and broadcast industries, and will distribute all Entertainment Studios syndicated programming through its Pathfire subsidiary.

In addition to delivering more than 2,000 hours per year of syndicated Entertainment Studios content to broadcasters across the country, DG will handle all content preparation including closed captioning, encoding (including Nielsen and V-chip), encryption, tracking and placement of advertisements, interstitials, ratings and bumpers.

Through DG’s marquee standard Digital Media Gateway Platform (DMG), Entertainment Studios will automatically distribute content directly to stations.

“Working exclusively with DG for distribution of Entertainment Studios content was a simple choice. It’s clear that when DG’s broad digital delivery capabilities were paired with Pathfire’s intuitive platform, a best-in-breed product was born,” said Byron Allen, founder, chairman and CEO of Entertainment Studios. “We want it to be easy for broadcasters to easily get our content on air with minimal errors and that is why we’re extremely pleased to have chosen DG/Pathfire.”

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Kathryn Miller says:

December 20, 2010 at 2:02 pm

are these really tv programs shown by real tv stations? Even cable systems? I’ve never heard of a single one of these shows. Is this really just “another” Byron Allen enterprise?

    Roger Lyons says:

    December 20, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    Most stations that carry any of Byron Allen’s shows stick them in the middle of the night or on weekends. If a station has unsold infomercial inventory, chances are you’ll find one of these programs airing.

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