Amazon has announced that it will permit access to its library of content to third-party companies.
In an announcement made this week to coincide with the launch of its new unit Amazon MGM Studios Distribution, a large chunk of its content will be made available to streaming services (free, ad-supported or subscription) and cable TV for the first time.
“The launch of Amazon MGM Studios Distribution reinforces our commitment to bringing the very best content to audiences everywhere worldwide,” Jen Salke, Amazon Studios head, said in a statement. “With the integration of MGM, we wanted to take advantage of the existing team to expand our business in ways that will greatly benefit our customers around the world.”
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Earlier this year, Warner Bros. Discovery announced a similar deal after striking deals with Roku and Tubi.