Free Cinemash digital videos for Zune

Microsoft Zune is working with MEAN Magazine to produce “Cinemash,” a new original digital series that will take a comedic approach to reinventing classic scenes from popular movies. The premiere of “Cinemash” will be the first in a series of ad-supported episodic video shorts that Zune plans to develop and distribute. The first episode will be […]

Microsoft Zune is working with MEAN Magazine to produce “Cinemash,” a new original digital series that will take a comedic approach to reinventing classic scenes from popular movies. The premiere of “Cinemash” will be the first in a series of ad-supported episodic video shorts that Zune plans to develop and distribute. The first episode will be available exclusively at Zune Marketplace for free download this spring.

“Video is an important part of the Zune experience, and by working with cutting-edge partners like MEAN we are expanding our offering to give our customers original programming they can’t get anywhere else,” said Paul Davidson.”

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