Sponsored Post: Comcast + DreamWorks Animation = Future of Family Entertainment

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Comcast + DreamWorks Animation = Future of Family Entertainment

Last month I had mentioned how we can now take entertainment on the go, thanks to XFINITY X1 DVR. Since then, things have increased in excitement as it has been announced that Comcast has purchased DreamWorks Animation.That’s a pretty epic merger.

What that means for our family personally is that our son Jack will have access to way more content from DreamWorks than ever before through XFINITY services!

Comcast + DreamWorks Animation = Future of Family Entertainment

Now he can finally see the movies series for How to Train Your Dragon, Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. It’s weird that think he still hasn’t seen any of those movies, but it looks things things are about to change.

Comcast + DreamWorks Animation = Future of Family Entertainment

When most of those movies came out to theaters, either he wasn’t born yet or he wasn’t old enough for me to start taking him to see movies. We have some catching up to do on these classic series, plus anything else in the DreamWorks Animations universe that Jack may want to check out.

This partnership between Comcast and another like-minded company, such as the legendary DreamWorks Animation, shows their commitment to the best in animation and entertainment.

Comcast + DreamWorks Animation = Future of Family Entertainment

It’s not just a proactive move, but also one that requires a company big enough to have that kind of purchasing power. Obviously, Comcast has to be doing a lot of things right in business to be able to get to the point that can acquire DreamWorks Animation.

After doing a quick Google search on “DreamWorks Animation movies”, I found some movies that I’m sure Jack will look forward to seeing, including the Madagascar movies, Bee Movie, The Croods, Peabody and Sherman, Megamind, Turbo, and Antz.

I find Comcast’s purchase of DreamWorks Animation to be quite interesting! I’m curious to see how this grows. Stay tuned next month when I feature more news about the latest and greatest from Comcast and XFINITY…

Comcast + DreamWorks Animation = Future of Family Entertainment

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