Amazon is looking to scale back its à la carte Channels offering as new competitors enter the space, according to The Information.
Amazon is scaling back its ambition to expand the service as Apple, Roku and Facebook all look to add third party content on their platforms.
The tech giant has informed entertainment companies that is going to be more selective about which video services it adds to the function. The offering currently includes around 200 services, from small paid video services to major platforms such as (in the US) CBS All Access, Starz, Cinemax, HBO and Showtime.
The line-up of Amazon Channels differs country by country. A current list of all channels available in the US can be found here on HD Report, an older list of channels available in the UK is here on Broadband TV News passim, as is a new list of channels available in Germany.