The Biggest Foods Company is promoting the latest in its new ‘Prime Video’ initiative, which will stream more than 50% of its movies and TV shows on TV, digital and home video.
The latest initiative, called ‘Prime 4’ comes on the heels of the company’s announcement of a new video content deal with Disney, and its announcement of plans to stream ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ in its homes on Blu-ray and DVD this summer.
According to the company, Prime 4 will stream “every movie and TV show from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, HBO and The Walt Disney Studios”.
In an email sent to fans, the company said: “Prime 4 is a powerful new way to see our content on all major platforms: Amazon, Apple TV, AppleTVOS, Roku, Apple iOS, RokuOS, Xbox, Apple Watch, Xbox Live, Netflix and Google TV.
Prime 4 delivers a more immersive experience on a TV screen with a wider range of movies and series.”
We are proud to announce that Prime 4 offers access to the latest movies, TV shows and sports events with Disney’s ‘Star War’ and ‘Star Trek’ franchises.
The next chapter in our journey to become the most popular and trusted entertainment destination in the world will be brought to you by Disney and Lucasfilm.
“It said that Prime Video would stream “almost all of Disney’s movies and television series” on “all of our platforms”.
A Disney spokesperson confirmed the company was behind the new video offering, but said it was not affiliated with the company.
The deal comes on top of the $7.5 billion deal that Disney struck with Hulu last year, which is being rolled out across its streaming service.
The $7 billion deal with Hulu was the largest in Hollywood, but the $3 billion deal between Netflix and the BBC is dwarfed by the $9 billion deal Disney struck earlier this year with Netflix.”
This is a great way to make sure all our fans are able to enjoy their favorite content,” said Bob Iger, chief executive officer of Disney, in a statement.”
Our partnership with Netflix and Hulu allows us to deliver our movies and shows across our platforms with the highest quality and for the most fans.””
With this new partnership, we are giving fans access to more content and exclusive access to exclusive content.
It’s also a great opportunity for Disney and its partners to bring their entertainment to audiences around the world, so they can enjoy more of our content in a richer, more immersive and engaging way.
“Disney’s latest move comes on heels of its announcement that it will stream ‘Force Awakens’ on the big screen for the first time in the UK, which was filmed at the Walt Disney Studio in Burbank, California.
The UK’s ITV will stream the movie on a free-to-air channel on Tuesday.
The BBC will stream Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awaits, and will air the new episode on the same day as the US premiere.
Disney has also launched a new ‘Home Video’ channel, which it describes as “a full-featured home video experience” on which fans can watch the movies, and play games and watch TV shows, as well as watch Disney movies on its streaming platform.
Disney and its partner, Universal, are also launching a new digital video offering called ‘Disney Movie Pass’, which will allow fans to watch Disney content on their PC or smartphone for $5.
The Disney deal comes after Disney announced a new TV deal with Netflix last year.
Netflix has been one of the biggest players in the streaming TV market, but has been criticized for being too much of a gatekeeper for content.