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Amazon live TV service in ‘early stages,’ says report

22
Jan
2014

Amazon is considering moving far beyond its Instant Video streaming service, according to a new report out today. The online retail giant is working on offering a live TV service that would stream over the internet, reports The Wall Street Journal. It seems that the project is in its early stages, and the papers sources say that Amazon has contacted no less than three major media companies to begin working out licensing deals to stream programming. Its not clear how Amazons live television service would integrate with its Prime subscriptions or its current Instant Video offering.

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