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Amazon Prime Video inks streaming deal for Universal live-action films

Friday 9 July 2021 | 17:53 CET | News
Amazon's Prime Video and IMDb TV have signed a new licensing agreement with Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, Deadline reported, with sources saying the multi-year deal could be worth ten figures. Under the agreement, Prime Video will get an exclusive pay-one window for Universal live-action films in the US starting with the studio's 2022 theatrical release slate. The transaction marks Prime Video's first exclusive US pay rights deal with a major movie studio. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Amazon / NBCUniversal
Countries: United States / World
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