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Amazon VOD goes HD

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 Apr 2009 18:08 User comments (1)

Amazon VOD goes HD Amazon has announced that fans of the company's Video on Demand service will now be able to rent and purchase high definition movies and TV shows to playback on their PCs, or devices from Roku, TiVo, Sony and others.
New release HD movies will cost $3.99 to S4.99 USD to rent, and HDTV shows can be purchased for $2.99 USD.

As of writing, over 500 HD TV episodes and movies are available from major studios and broadcasters.

"Our customers have been asking us for two things: HD and the ability to watch movies and TV shows instantly on their television,"
added Bill Carr, Amazon vice president of music and video.

Users can playback the titles on the Roku digital video player, TiVo Series3, HD and HD XL digital video recorders; Sony Bravia Internet Video Link; and Panasonic VIERA CAST-enabled HDTVs as well as PCs.

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122.4.2009 5:36

$3 to watch a TV show? Are they crazy?

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