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Virgin Produced has inked a development deal with ACTV8.ME to produce interactive versions of TV shows it will launch across various platforms.
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Richard Branson's film and TV shingle Virgin Produced, which recently scored with "Immortals," is taking off with its latest venture, a TV channel on airline Virgin America.
After previously pairing up with HBO's "Entourage" to launch a new route to Las Vegas, Virgin America has booked FX's "It's Sunny in Philadelphia" to promote its new flight to Philly.
DreamWorks Pictures' "Real Steel" takes to the skies today through a unique promotional partnership with Virgin America, marking the airline's most high-profile tie-in with Hollywood to date.
National Geographic Channel has greenlit a series chronicling the efforts of Virgin's Richard Branson to make space tourism a reality.
It was only a matter of time before product placement took to the skies.
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