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Amazon adds thousands of CBS TV episodes to streaming platform

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 Jul 2011 15:07 User comments (1)

Amazon adds thousands of CBS TV episodes to streaming platform Amazon has signed a new agreement with CBS that will Amazon Prime users access to 2000 new TV episodes.
The deal includes full seasons of newer content like "Numb3rs" and "Medium" along with older content like "Star Trek."

Amazon Prime costs $79 per year and gives users free access to all the streaming content and free 2-day shipping on all items they purchase.

The Prime library now has over 8000 movies and shows, small in comparison to Netflix's more established 20,000-strong library.

With the new deal, Amazon is no longer expected to bid for on-demand streaming platform Hulu.

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121.7.2011 13:47

This makes me want to worship amazon... Lot of stuff has been offered from them, I personally have been shopping there for ever, now more often, just got my prime and is worth every penny 2 days delivery are almost like buying out right front brick stores... free streaming just make it even better, I got music cloud as well, unlimited music upload and 20gb for other stuff



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