Amazon will reportedly announce their new free ad-supported video service for Fire TVs this week

Rumors of a new free ad-supported video service from Amazon have literally been around for years, but it seems like something may actually be announced this week. According to CNBC, Amazon subsidiary IMDb is expected to announce the new service within the next few days. The service is said to be specifically for Amazon Fire TV users. Read more ›

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Amazon is reportedly working on a new free ad-supported video service for Fire TVs

Amazon is said to be working on a new free ad-supported streaming video service specifically for Fire TV device owners, according to a report by The Information. The new service, tentatively called Free Dive, is said to be similar to The Roku Channel, which is an ad-support collection of free movies and TV shows available through Roku devices, smart TVs, and the web. Read more ›

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Amazon is reportedly working on free ad-supported version of Prime Video

The rumors of Amazon releasing a free ad-supported video streaming service have been around for at least 3 years and now they’re being refreshed once again. According to sources who spoke with AdAge, Amazon is actively talking with “TV networks, movie studios, and other media companies” to procure content for a new free streaming service to compliment Prime Video. Read more ›

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Amazon reportedly launching Free ad-supported Video Service

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The New York Post reports that Amazon is gearing up to launch a new free, ad-supported video service early next year. The service will be separate from from it’s $99 Prime Instant Video offering. Sources say the service is meant to entice customers to upgrade to Prime membership. Those of you without Prime who use your Fire TV primarily for apps like XBMC may soon have a reason to peruse the Fire TV’s home screen.

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