IBC 2011 – AMSTERDAM. LoveFilm considers Benelux and Italy as interesting markets that it may expand to at a future date.
Lovefilm and The Walt Disney Company Germany have signed a transactional Video on Demand (T-VOD) and subscription Video on Demand (S-VOD) feature film streaming deal extending the partnership into Europe.
Lovefilm has launched its streamed WatchNow video service on to connected TVs that use Oregan Networks’ Onyx media browser.
Google’s YouTube has denied a report in the New York Post that it is set to launch a premium movie service in Europe. The report claimed that YouTube was looking to launch such as service, first in the UK and then in the US.
Amazon is to purchase the subscription movie service Lovefilm, adding to the 42% shareholding it acquired following the 2008 purchase by Lovefilm of Amazon Europe’s DVD rental business, and shoring up Lovefilm’s defences against the US Netflix. “The deal is a winner for the members who love Lovefilm because of its value, choice, convenience and […]
Online movie subscription service Lovefilm has signed an exclusive agreement with Icon Film Distribution.
Movie subscription service Lovefilm has extended online streaming to the German market.
Lovefilm has inked a major content deal with the leading independent distributor Momentum Pictures. As a result, its members will be able to watch a catalogue of titles online and via internet-enabled devices exclusively through the Lovefilm Player.
Interactive digital agency Pushbutton has announced two major projects for the delivery of on demand content.
LOVEFiLM has entered into a major UK digital distribution agreement with MGM. Under it, its members will be able to watch MGM titles online and on internet-enabled devices through the LOVEFiLM Player.