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Real and Microsoft both add content to their streaming services

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 12 Oct 2001 2:24

RealNetworks announced yesterday that it has made an agreement with CBS to offer exclusive additional footage of CBS' popular "reality show" Survivor through its subscription-based GoldPass streaming service. GoldPass subscriptions cost $10 a month.
Meanwhile, Real's biggest rival in streaming business, Microsoft, announced that it has made an agreement with NHL to offer NHL games exclusively in WMA audio format through its MSN service. Webcasts will be free, at least for now.

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