August 12, 2010 by Post Team
Netflix, Netflix announced a multiyear deal with EPIX pay-TV provider will add the titles of Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount – the three studies that together hold EPIX.
The agreement, according to Netflix spokesman Steve Swayse, Netflix gives the right to watch movies of these studies 90 days after the debut of the premium and pay-TV services. The titles of these studies will be available starting September 1.
In addition to allowing people to DVDs and Blu-ray discs through the mail, Netflix vapors also thousands of videos over the Internet. You can access these videos on PC, Mac, iPads and soon iPhones, iPod Touch and other mobile devices. You can also access them on TV if your unit is equipped with a PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, some models of TiVo or special devices such as Roku, which brings broadband TV programming. There are also some TVs with built-in broadband connections that do not require an add-on device to watch videos from Netflix. Unlimited streaming is available for all subscriptions to Netflix, from 8.99 a month.
Larry Magid spoke with Netflix, vice president of communications Steve Swayse. Click here to listen.
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