Amazon Instant Video made history today with an exclusive multi-year licensing deal with premium cable channel HBO. That means that certain older titles of HBO will soon be available for Amazon Prime members to stream online and non-Prime members would be able to rent the shows by season or by episode. That being said, before
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HBO and Amazon have announced a deal through which the cable TV network will offer reruns of many hit shows on Amazon's Prime Instant Video platform.
Amazon has inked a deal with HBO to bring popular shows like True Blood and The Wire to Prime Instant Video subscribers without an HBO subscription. The deal will also see an HBO GO app brought to the new Amazon Fire TV, but it’ll … Read more ›
The IMDb app for iPhone and iPad was updated today with a few notable new features. You can now view TV listings directly within the app, but the feature is initially limited to users in the US. Also new, listings will now tell you if the content is available on Amazon Prime and provide a link […]
In a move that is sure to please many—though definitely not Netflix—HBO has entered into an agreement with Amazon to stream many of its biggest hits over the Prime Instant Video service. Beginning May 21, you’ll no longer have to have...Show More Summary
Amazon on Wednesday announced a licensing agreement with HBO, which will bring a number of premium shows to Amazon’s Prime Instant Video Service and bring the HBO Go mobile app to the company’s new Fire TV set-top streaming box, which...Show More Summary
Tony Soprano and The Wire's Stringer Bell will have a new home as of May 21. That's when a deal kicks in that lets Amazon's Prime Instant Video service begin streaming a broad selection of HBO... To view the full story, click the title link.
A multi-year contract between HBO and Amazon brings the channel's most popular series, as well as classic movies to Prime Instant Video
Amazon today announced a content licensing agreement with HBO, making Prime Instant Video the exclusive online-only subscription home for select HBO programming. The collection includes award-winning shows such as "The Sopranos," "Six...Show More Summary
Amazon just announced an agreement that makes Prime Instant Video the only place you can watch HBO originals online without an HBO subscription. Starting May 21st, Prime members will get exclusive, unlimited streaming access to pretty much every HBO original you're interested in except Game of Thrones. Read more...
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In a blow to Netflix, Amazon Prime members will be able to stream HBO shows including "The Sopranos" and "The Wire"
HBO has cut a deal to sell reruns of many of its hit shows to Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Instant Video platform.
No 'Game of Thrones' yet, but Amazon Prime members get all seasons of 'The Sopranos,' 'The Wire,' 'Deadwood,' 'Six Feet Under,' and others.
Amazon announced this morning that it struck a deal with HBO to stream old HBO shows as part of its Prime Instant Video service. The basic gist of the deal: Amazon Prime subscribers get old HBO shows three years after they've aired.Show More Summary
HBO and Amazon have struck up a multi-year agreement which makes Instant Video the exclusive online-only subscription service for HBO's shows. As a part of the deal, the recently-launched Fire TV will get HBO Go by the end of the ye...
HBO's always been stingy about who gets to stream its cherished TV assets but on May 21st, some of the network's vintage material will get a wider release. The company has signed a deal with Amazon to bring its classic shows, including The Sopranos,...