Serious Web-based buyers for movies
Serious Web-based buyers for movies and television shows are popping up all over. Netflix, the DVD-by-mail and streaming service, was already aggressively pursuing Hollywood content and making sizable payments for it. This month, in a clear challenge to Netflix, Verizon and Redbox said they would team up on a service to stream studio films such as The Closer Seasons 1-6 on the Internet. Days later, Amazon completed a deal to buy episodes of Viacom-owned programs, including “Jersey Shore” and “SpongeBob SquarePants,” as it prepares to introduce a stand-alone streaming service that also will compete with Netflix.Hollywood also anticipates that YouTube and Google will soon expand their movie such as Family Guy Seasons 1-9 and television service beyond rentals to include sales. Steadily ramping up their offerings are Walmart’s Vudu, Best Buy’s CinemaNow, Apple’s iTunes and Hulu. And that is just in North America. The competition for online movie and television such as 24 Hours Seasons 1-8 rights is also heating up in places like Brazil, where NetMovies Entertainment has a deal to stream material owned by the Walt Disney Company.
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