New York Times: Amazon plans to launch a broadcast media service “supports the ads”




The newspaper quoted analysts anticipated that the service – which is part of a comprehensive reform of multimedia presentations offered by Amazon – pose a serious challenge to the broadcasting services competition, such as “Hollow” Hulu and “Netflix” Netflix.

The newspaper said that the sources of this service, however it will be separate from the “Prime”, is in the end an attempt by Amazon to attract people to participate later paid membership, “Prime.”

The Wall Street Journal reported in March / March last that Amazon is considering such a move, with talk of free broadcast media service, but the company denied then be preparing to launch a free service.

The Amazon launched the “Amazon Prime” in 2005 and the availability of organic consumers the ability to ship goods they buy from Amazon in a couple of days and free of charge within a number of countries, like the United States, Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

Amazon offers to members of the “Prime” in all of the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany service broadcast a selection of movies and TV shows bearing the name “Amazon AOL Instant Video” Amazon Instant Video.

The number of video service in the membership of the “Prime” is used about 25 million, compared with subscribers competition “Netflix”, who number 33 million in the United States.


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