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amazon prime video eyeing live tv says a report

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amazon prime video eyeing live tv

new Delhi. Amazon is considering giving users a new experience by adding 24/7 live programming feature to their Prime Video. This information came from a report by Tech News site Protocol. Some publicly available job listings also indicate that the e-commerce giant is planning to expand in this direction. The company is looking for experienced people for product management, according to the listing, the job profile mentions 24/7 Linear TV or Live TV. .

Prime Video may broadcast new channels, live news, music, sports, award shows, films and TV programs, as well as special programs. Quoting an industry insider on condition of anonymity, the report said that Amazon is actively seeking licensing of live and linear programming.

Prime Video's team, which is looking for a new experienced Principal Product Manager, said, "Linear TV customers need 24/7 of their favorite TV stations including sports, news, movies, award shows, special programs and TV shows. Enables stream viewing. "
"We are looking for an experienced product manager for the Prime Video Linear TV team, so that customers on Amazon can get good content through 24/7 Linear Broadcast TV," he said.
Although Prime Video has yet to make any official confirmation about the inclusion of live programming, the feature could help Amazon opt out of services such as Netflix and Disney Plus that focus primarily on on-demand video offerings is.

This post was published on June 25, 2020 12:51 am

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