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DRG gets into the 3D game

Digital Rights Group has launched 3DRG, a division devoted entirely to 3D. The distributor will launch its 3DRG catalog of recently produced 3D titles at MIPTV and is currently looking to acquire 3D programming. The new division will be managed by Justin Judd, MD of DRG's digital arm i-Rights. The move follows the sales success of The Queen in 3D at MIPCOM 2009.
February 11, 2010

Digital Rights Group has launched 3DRG, a division devoted entirely to 3D. The distributor will launch its 3DRG catalog of recently produced 3D titles at MIPTV and is currently looking to acquire 3D programming. The new division will be managed by Justin Judd, MD of DRG’s digital arm i-Rights. The move follows the sales success of The Queen in 3D at MIPCOM 2009.

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