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New Amazon Prime Movies In June: Classic 1970s Films Highlight New Streaming Selections

Amazon Prime Instant Video has released its June list of new movies available for streaming to customers who pay the $99 annual fee for the Prime service — which covers much more than just movies and TV shows — and the list should delight...Show More Summary

These Movies Are Coming to Amazon Prime Streaming in June

Every month, a bunch of great movies are added to Amazon Prime: Instant Video streaming and we have the list for June right here! We already updated you on what is coming to Netflix (and what is expiring as well) in June, so now check out the Amazon info. The new titles being added to [...]

Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime in June

If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, get ready for some classic titles to be added to the Instant Video library in June. Some of the goodies include Francis Ford Coppola’s Vietnam War head trip masterpiece “Apocalypse Now” (both original and Redux versions) as well as the classic love story “Roman Holiday” starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Show More Summary

See Transformers, Girls and What Else Is New on Amazon Prime Instant Video

Fire up your streaming devices! In June, Amazon Prime Instant Video will make the new Transformers: Age of Extinction, classic Audrey Hepburn film Roman Holiday and USA hit Covert Affairs available for instant streaming. In addition,...Show More Summary

11% Of American Households Rely On Shared Video Streaming Accounts

Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Instant Video subscribers are generous when it comes to sharing their passwords. In a new study, Dallas-based research firm Parks Associates discovered that out of 57% of U.S. broadband homes which access...Show More Summary

Woody Allen Explains Why He Now Says He Regrets Having Made a Deal With Amazon’s Instant Video Streaming Service

In a detailed and lengthy interview (close to 7,000 words) with Deadline’s veteran film reporter Mike Fleming Jr. – who is officially Deadline’s co-editor-in-chief, film – Woody Allen says of a deal he recently made with Amazon’s Instant Video streaming...

Instant Video APK Gets Disabled By Amazon On Non-Sony Android TVs

Amazon Instant Video is available on a lot of platforms. If you pay $99 for Amazon Prime you get access to the company’s online video streaming service, which can be accessed using apps for mobile devices, smart TV platforms, consoles...Show More Summary

List of New Movies Coming to Amazon Prime Instant Video in June 2015

Heeeeere's Johnny! Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is just one title being added to Amazon Prime: Instant Video in June 2015. Classics like "Roman Holiday" and "Apocalypse Now" are also coming, along with more random additions like "Troll"...Show More Summary

You can now download Amazon Instant Video for your Nexus Player (and other Android TV devices)

2 weeks agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Sony was crafty enough to secure themselves an exclusive to Amazon's Instant Video app for their Android TV products, but why should Bravia owners have all the fun? If you have yourself a Nexus Player or the original Android TV device -- ADT-1 -- you'll be happy to know that it's now possible to download and install the APK on your device.

Amazon Orders Two More ‘Ripper Street’ Seasons For Prime Instant UK

Amazon rode to the rescue of Ripper Street in early 2014, shortly after the BBC had decided not to move beyond Season 2. Season 3 of the period drama launched on the UK’s Amazon Prime Instant Video in November last year and was streamed more than any other TV show, attracting larger viewing audiences than some major U.S. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime Takes to the Sky on JetBlue

Amazon and JetBlue have launched a partnership that will give Amazon Prime members access to their Prime Instant Video content during flights. The innovative program, Fly-Fi for Amazon Prime, is being billed as the future of not just in-flight entertainment,...

Amazon, JetBlue Will Let Prime Users Stream Video For Free While In-Flight

3 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Amazon Instant Video will soon be available to consumers in the sky. The ecommerce giant has struck a deal with JetBlue to provide unlimited, free video streaming access to Amazon Prime members through the airline’s in-flight Fly-Fi broadband internet. Using satellite technology, JetBlue currently provides two types of wifi connections to customers. Show More Summary

Amazon Teams Up With JetBlue, Offers Prime Members Inflight Access to Prime Instant Video

Inflight entertainment, unless you come equipped with your own device loaded up with your favorite movies, can be a real drag sometimes. But now, if you fly JetBlue and also have an Amazon Prime account, you are in luck. In a new partnership,...Show More Summary

Amazon's video streaming is coming to JetBlue

E-commerce giant Amazon announced a partnership with JetBlue on Tuesday that will give Amazon Prime members free, unlimited access to its Instant Video streaming service on board JetBlue flights.

Amazon is bringing Prime videos and music to JetBlue's fleet

Amazon has spent an exuberant amount of cash to grow its Prime Instant Video service. Still, the company knows there's more it can do to make the offering better for subscribers. As such, Amazon is teaming up with JetBlue to bring Prime's on-demand video and music content to the skies, though only in the US. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime members will be able to stream free on JetBlue

Called Fly-Fi for Amazon Prime, the service will give Prime members access to original Amazon shows like "Transparent," its other streaming TV and movies, as well as the ability to rent or buy other titles on Amazon's Instant Video store. Amazon.com Inc. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime is on board with JetBlue to offer in-flight streaming

Amazon announced today that it has partnered with JetBlue Airways to offer Prime members free access to unlimited in-flight WiFi and streaming from the Amazon Instant Video store. In addition, anyone who isn’t a Prime customer will still...Show More Summary

Amazon Prime members can stream Instant Video on JetBlue flights for free

JetBlue and Amazon have partnered up to let members of Amazon Prime stream Instant Video while on-board their flights. Thanks to a new partnership between Amazon and JetBlue, Prime members will be even more excited about the Instant Video services, as they can now stream these videos from the air. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime members will get free streaming entertainment on Jetblue

Amazon wants to give JetBlue passengers a new option for tuning out that crying baby or talkative seat neighbor. The e-commerce company will let members of Amazon's $99 annual loyalty program Prime stream its instant video service for free on their Wi-Fi enabled devices via JetBlue's inflight Wi-Fi service. Show More Summary

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