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Amazon to pay more than $300 million for HBO shows: report

24
Apr
2014

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc will pay more than $300 million over three years to offer older shows from premium-cable channel HBO over the next three years, tech blog Re/code reported on Thursday, citing multiple people familiar with the deal. Amazons streaming video service will offer shows like The Sopranos starting next month. The deal value reported by Re/code is less than the $200 million a year estimated by analysts. HBO is owned by Time Warner Inc. (Reporting by Deepa Seetharaman, Editing by Franklin Paul)

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