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October 4, 2006 at 1:10 PM

Vidiator launches Stan Lee

Bellevue-based Vidiator said today that its Stan Lee POW! Mobile channel has launched on the Sprint network.

The mobile channel features animations from Stan Lee’s “Accuser,” “The Drifter” and “Stripperella.”

Vidiator is the exclusive distributor of POW! Mobile content. Stan Lee is the co-creator of many recognized superhero franchises, including Spider-Man, X-Men, The Fantastic Four and The Incredible Hulk. Stan Lee POW! Mobile can be accessed by Sprint Power Vision subscribers for an additional $4.99 per month. Standard data charges apply.

Vidiator is owned Hutchinson Whampoa, a multibillion international company based in Hong Kong that’s one of the world’s leading wireless operators. The company develops products that helps carriers stream content to the mobile phone.

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