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Amazon launches 'Never Before on DVD' store

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 23 May 2012 20:48 User comments (3)

Amazon launches 'Never Before on DVD' store Amazon's new store boasts 2,000 titles.
It has launched a "Never Before on DVD" store accessible from Amazon.com's "Movies and TV" homepage, where fans can easily browse and locate more than 2,000 titles available on DVD for the first time via Amazon's CreateSpace DVD on Demand service.

The service literally makes DVDs and packaging after you have ordered them. Among its 2,000 titles initially offered are movies from the vaults of Disney, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

The Never Before on DVD store also features more current content from other studios and networks including CBS Networks, Lionsgate Home Entertainment, MTV Networks, Nickelodeon and Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

"The Never Before on DVD store is a great place for fans to discover thousands of films and television series they've been waiting for on DVD," said Brad Beale, director of digital video content acquisition for Amazon.

"In addition to being available on DVD, many titles are available digitally to enjoy right away through Amazon Instant Video and Prime Instant Video. We will continue working to bring our customers even more great video content on DVD as well as digitally."

The service allows for content providers to offer movies on DVD that it might not be economically wise to mass-produce. Rather than eliminating these titles to digital on-demand services, Amazon's CreateSpace will produce the discs on an order-by-order basis, meaning there are no concerns about unsold stock.

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3 user comments

123.5.2012 21:28

I'll have to see if they have movies like "Summer Camp Nightmare", "The Stuff" and other '80's classics.....

223.5.2012 22:17

a good market indeed

325.5.2012 4:41
kurganwins
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These movies have been available at Amazon for sometime. Amazon just finally got their act together and made them easier to find.

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