Fox and Hologram USA Settle Homer Simpson Hologram Suit

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF., Feb. 27, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hologram USA is pleased to announce that it has agreed to settle its patent infringement claims against Fox TV Networks. Those claims arose from the appearance of a Homer Simpson hologram at the 2014 Comic-Con in San Diego.
Alki David, CEO of Hologram USA, stated, "I am very happy with the settlement.  As the world leader in dynamic holographic 3D technology, Hologram USA has worked with some of the biggest names in entertainment.  We hope to add Homer Simpson and Fox to that list."

Hologram USA ended 2014 with the successful Jimmy Kimmel Live/CMAs hologram on ABC, and followed with the announcements of the first in a slate of major "celebrity resurrection" stage shows, one featuring Liberace and the other Buddy Holly. All will use the same technology that created the famous Tupac Shakur Coachella hologram which sparked demand for more. (Hologram USA controls the North American license for the technology). Sister company FilmOn Networks will stream the shows to its 65 million monthly users.

About Hologram USA: 
Founded by Alki David, the entrepreneur behind Anakando Media Group and FilmOn Networks, Hologram USA is based in Beverly Hills, CA with an office in Washington D.C. It holds the exclusive North American patent to technology developed by its partner Musion. Hologram USA's website:

Hologram USA, Beverly Hills - Corporate Headquarters: 877-733-1830
Hologram USA, Washington, DC: 202-316-3222 Attn: Jeffrey Taylor


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