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Amazon announces streaming deal with FOX

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Sep 2011 11:38 User comments (1)

Amazon announces streaming deal with FOX Adding to its ever-increasing Prime catalog, Amazon has added a new streaming licensing agreement with FOX.
The new deal will bump Amazon's library from 9000 movies and TV shows to 11,000, starting this fall.

TV shows being added are “24,” “The X-Files,” “NYPD Blue,” “Arrested Development,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Ally McBeal,” and some older movies like “Speed,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Doctor Dolittle,” “Last of the Mohicans,” and “Office Space.”

Concludes Amazon:

We have received very positive feedback from Prime members about Prime instant videos. Customers love the instant access to thousands of movie and TV favorites. Since the launch of Prime instant videos in February, we have more than doubled the library to 11,000 titles and will continue to add more of our customers’ favorite movies and TV shows to Prime instant videos.


Amazon Prime costs $79 per year and gives user free access to the streaming library and free 2-day shipping on all items.

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127.9.2011 2:15

what is up with company wants to start a streaming video business? some people has limited bandwidth use so I don't have problem going to Blockbuster to rent whatever I want even if it cost more money. In fact, I have dish network so haha.

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