Amazon Prime Instant Video signs new license agreement with NBCUniversal
Amazon.com continues to sign new license agreements and bolstering their online streaming catalogue. With the latest deal, Prime Instant Video will have more than 9,000 movies and tv shows available to stream to subscribers.
Amazon.com now has a licensing agreement with NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution that allows Amazon Prime members to stream select Universal Pictures movies through Prime Instant Video.
Amazon Instant Video offers customers more than 90,000 movies and TV shows available to purchase or to rent and, with this Universal content included, the streaming service will offer more than 9,000 movies and TV shows at no additional cost for those with an Amazon Prime membership. Customers can watch movies and TV shows from Amazon on a Mac, PC or directly on TV with any of 300 compatible devices.
Amazon Prime customers will be able to watch popular Universal movies at no additional cost to their membership. Titles include “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Elizabeth” and “Gosford Park.” For the younger set, there’s “Babe,” “Flipper” and “Jetsons – The Movie” as well as other favorites like “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,” “Notting Hill,” “Being John Malkovich.” “Fletch” and “Billy Elliott.”
Says Cameron Janes, director of Amazon Instant Video, “Our customers love movies, and now we offer them more than 2,000 movies to choose from with Prime Instant Video.”