Atlas Media Launches Digital Division

Oct 10, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Independent television production shop Atlas Media has formed a digital division, dubbed Atlas Digital & Emerging Media. The new unit will develop and produce original content for mobile and online platforms.
The new group has inked a number of content deals. On Oct. 15, Atlas Digital will launch a dedicated channel on YouTube called Stounder that will feature the series “Things You Have to See to Believe” and “Dr. Strange Sex,” with advice from a sex therapist.
The group also is producing the series “Route 666: America’s Scariest Home Haunts” for FEARnet, the video-on-demand and broadband channel from Comcast, Sony and Lionsgate.
Atlas Media also is working on a project for Discovery Mobile and a Web series for Fuse.
Atlas Media is the latest production shop to launch a digital division. Warner Bros. Television Group last month announced plans to produce 23 short-form series for broadband and wireless.
Atlas Media has produced series for GSN, The History Channel, National Geographic Channel, A&E, PBS and others.


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