Friday, April 5, 2013

Online Video Streaming

The competition for online video streaming services is growing as Time Warner announced it will be offering it's own service to compete with Netflix's market dominance. The service, called Warner Archive Instant, will provide content from Time Warner's archives of movies and TV shows but right now will only be available through computers and Roku set-top boxes (whereas Netflix can be accessed through many more devices). This might add a dimension of competition to the market that Amazon Prime does not. 

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