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Warner Brothers offers instant streaming of its film archives

  13.04.08 10:52am

After years of licensing content out to streaming video services like Netflix Inc., Amazon.com Inc.’s Instant Video and Redbox Instant, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. is trying its own hand at offering videos to consumers over the Internet. This week the entertainment production company launched Warner Archive Instant, a service that allows customers to stream hundreds of older movies and TV shows in its collection for $9.99 per month, it says.

That’s more than the about $8 per month both Netflix and Redbox charge consumers and the $79 per year (about $6.60 per month) Amazon charges customers to join its Prime membership program, which offers streaming movies and TV shows along with other perks like free two-day shipping on all items.

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