Amazon signs deal with Paramount and extend its catalog of movies
Amazon just announced a new agreement with Paramount Pictures, a U.S. film production and distribution, thus extending its catalog of Movies to rent via the web and enjoy from the comfort of your home or via your Kindle Fire.
This agreement comes after Google announced a couple of weeks many agreements with other companies in the industry, then Amazon in another attempt to keep up is just closer ties with the firm of American movies.
Among the new titles in the catalog include classics like Forrest Gump, Braveheart, Star Trek, Mission Impossible 3, The Truman Show, Top Gun, among others. Now, if you’re motivated to read the name of one of the best movies of all time can do so by accessing by Prime Instant Video.
Similarly, Amazon stresses the importance of this agreement all the weight that Paramount is in the film industry, in addition to the popularity generated by Prime Instant Video titles because this study has produced entertainment.
Brad Beale, Director of Acquisitions Amazon Digital added that “we continue to invest in building a large catalog for Prime Instant Video and we are excited to offer our customers some of the most famous and popular movies in Cinema history thanks to this new According to Paramount. “
The service is currently available only for the United States, so we expect that within a few weeks begin to expand into other countries. Of course, if Amazon does not want to lose adherents, of whom assured that Google has already removed a few.Amazon, brad beale, Cinema, Entertainment, film, films, first instant video, Movies, Paramount