The giant e-tailer says they have added 3000 new titles thanks to a deal with Discovery Networks.
Says CEO Jeff Bezons: "We've struck a deal with Discovery Networks to bring some of the highest quality, non-fiction, informative and entertaining content about the world to our Amazon Prime customers. Rolling out over the next few weeks are TV shows from Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, and Science. Prime members, at no additional cost, can now stream more than 17,000 titles.
The new titles include hits such as Deadliest Catch, Mythbusters, Man vs. Wild, Dirty Jobs, Gold Rush: Alaska, and Shark Week, TLC series like Say Yes to the Dress and Cake Boss, as well as content like How It's Made from Science, and The Jeff Corwin Experience from Animal Planet."
Prime Video is available, for free, to Amazon Prime users, members who pay $79 a year and get access to free two-day shipping on most items and free access to thousands of Kindle books.
Users can watch the Prime Instant Videos on tablets, Roku set-tops, Macs, PCs and Blu-ray players.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 14 Mar 2012 20:32