• IMDb Launches Freedive Ad-Supported Streaming Service

    6 monthes ago - By Screen Rant

    IMDb - owned by Amazon - officially launches its new ad-supported streaming service, dubbed Freedive, the latest player in a crowded field. When Netflix first introduced its subscription streaming service a little over a decade ago, it's doubtful many observers anticipated how quickly the streaming market would explode in size. Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime serve as the big three, but there are dozens of competitors trying to climb up the ladder, including some operated by the world's biggest media giants. Many services specifically designed to fill a particular genre niche also exist...
    Read more ...

     

  • Amazon's IMDb Launches Ad-Supported Streaming Service Freedive

    Amazon's IMDb Launches Ad-Supported Streaming Service Freedive

    6 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    Amazon has made its push into the ad-supported video space with Freedive, a streaming service from subsidiary IMDb that launched Thursday.
    The platform, which is available without a subscription, kicked off with a library of Hollywood content including the TV shows “Fringe,” “Heroes,” “The Bachelor” and “Without a Trace” as well as movies such as “Awakenings,” “Foxcatcher,” “Memento” and “The Last Samurai.”
    IMDb's original video series, including “The IMDb Show,” “Casting Calls” and “No Small Parts,” are also available on the service.
    Capitalizing on IMDb's plethora of movie data, Freedive...
    Read more ...