Amazon announces partnership with Warner Bros., means additional content for Prime Instant Video subscribers

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Amazon has announced their latest partnership, one that will benefit those who happen to use Prime Instant Video. That partnership is with Warner Bros. and means more available content. Amazon and Warner Bros. have stated that shows such as Fringe and The West Wing are now available for your viewing pleasure. In addition, it was noted that a “variety of fan-favorite TV shows” which includes Dark Blue, Alcatraz and The Whole Truth are also available. In terms of the first two shows mentioned, Fringe and The West Wing, these will be Prime Instant Video exclusives during this summer. Otherwise, Amazon is now touting Prime Instant Video as having more than 18,000 movies and TV shows as being available. Those with a current Amazon Prime membership can begin watching now and all others, Amazon has a one-month free trial offer available at this time. And after your free trial is over, the Prime membership will set you back $79 per year which includes unlimited streaming along with free two-day shipping on “millions” of items and the ability to borrow up to one Kindle ebook per month.

Via [Business Wire]

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