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    Amazon Prime expands programming

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    Dear Customers,
    We have more good news for Amazon Prime members Prime Instant Video is growing again. We've now licensed TV programs from PBS including day-after broadcast shows like Frontline and NOVA, more than 1,000 episodes of shows like Masterpiece, Antiques Roadshow, and popular Ken Burns documentaries The Civil War, Baseball, Jazz, and, for a limited time, the first episode of Prohibition. PBS joins recently announced FOX television shows 24, Arrested Development, The X-Files, Ally McBeal, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and The Wonder Years.

    Coming soon, we'll be adding Malcolm in the Middle, King of the Hill, and episodes from Julia Child's classic cooking series, The French Chef. We continue to add new Prime Instant Video titles to our catalog at no additional cost. Prime membership remains $79 a year.
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    Nice, can't wait to see more online content from providers this next year.

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    Same here...that more competition there is for market share the more likely we to see cheaper and cheaper prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Wilson View Post
    Same here...that more competition there is for market share the more likely we to see cheaper and cheaper prices.
    Agreed, and (kind of expanding on Dan's post) with LAN equipped TV's selling for a few years now, there are more people tuning in to online TV = more potential earnings for online TV providers.

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    Wow, that actually sounds like a nice deal... But what all can you actually get on amazon prime, before they added those?

 

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