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Amazon inks exclusive licensing deal for Warner content

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Jul 2012 17:56 User comments (2)

Amazon inks exclusive licensing deal for Warner content Amazon has proudly announced a new, exclusive licensing deal for Warner Bros. content.
The deal will bring popular TV shows like Fringe and classic shows like The West Wing to the Amazon Prime instant video catalog.

Prime is a $79-per-year service that gives customers unlimited free 2-day shipping and $3.99 one-day or same-day shipping and access to the full Prime streaming service with over 18,000 TV episodes and movies.

Additionally, Prime users can read thousands of Kindle books for free each month.

The service is available on hundreds of devices, including the Xbox 360, PS3, Roku boxes and on any computer with an Internet connection.

Amazon's main competition is Netflix, which has over 20 million customers for its streaming Watch Instantly catalog.

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2 user comments

124.7.2012 13:40

Netflix then Amazon. Amazon then Netflix. The competition is heating up. Question is: why no love for Hulu? Hmmmm....


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230.7.2012 6:23

Originally posted by blueboy09:
Netflix then Amazon. Amazon then Netflix. The competition is heating up. Question is: why no love for Hulu? Hmmmm....
Duh. Commercials. Thats why.

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