The UltraViolet digital cloud format most major studios have embraced as a new form of digital media is expanding internationally, that according to a statement from DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group this week. According to the organization, Sony Pictures, Universal Studios Home Entertainment and Warner Home Video will make selected titles available in the UltraViolet format in Canada by the end of this year. At the same time, BBC Worldwide announced “Doctor Who: Series Seven — Part One” and “Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild” are among the first titles to be offered in UltraViolet in the UK. DEG announced the UltraViolet format will soon hit Australia, France, Germany, Ireland and New Zealand. “We hope UV will empower consumers to build digital entertainment libraries and continue to enjoy BBC Worldwide releases,” said Claude London, digital director for BBC Worldwide consumer products.