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Verizon Wireless Finds 'Lost' Content

The Walt Disney Co. is venturing into more experimental territory with ABC's hit drama "Lost," sealing a deal with telco giant Verizon for a series of shortform "Lost" episodes revolving around some of the other poor souls who happened to be on Oceanic Flight 815.

As expected, Disney has sealed a deal to have "Lost Video Diaries," a series of 22 two-minute episodes, produced by Buena Vista Home Entertainment and set to premiere exclusively on the Verizon Wireless V Cast broadband service in January (HR 11/17).

The episodes will be produced under the supervision of "Lost" co-creator/executive producer Damon Lindelof and series executive producer Carlton Cuse. "Lost" scribes Dawn Kelly and Matt Ragghianti are penning the two-minute installments, while "Lost" producer Javier Grillo Marxauch will serve as an executive consultant on the project.

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