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Netflix to stream Discovery Communications' TV shows

Thursday 22 September 2011 | 06:26 CET | News
US broadcaster Discovery Communications has signed a two-year non-exclusive licensing agreement with online movie rental company Netflix that allows its members to watch prior-season series, including an expanded selection of additional seasons of series from Discovery, TLC and Animal Planet, as well as Investigation Discovery, Science and Military Channel. Among the highlights is Discovery Channel's Man vs. Wild, TLC's Say Yes to the Dress, and Animal Planet's River Monsters and other titles from Discovery's programme library.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Discovery Communications / Netflix
Countries: World
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