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Dora Streams Again - Amazon Signs Deal With Viacom, Wins Popular Kids' Shows Netflix Lost

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In a major win for Amazon (at least in parents’ eyes), the company announced today that it has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Viacom, which brings to its Prime Instant Video service the popular kids programs Netflix recently lost, after allowing its Viacom deal to expire. Amazon’s deal, a...
Dora Streams Again - Amazon Signs Deal With Viacom, Wins Popular Kids' Shows Netflix Lost
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Amazon signs new licensing deal with Viacom to expand exclusive TV content on Prime Instant Video

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Amazon announced a new licensing agreement with Viacom today that will bring thousands of new TV episodes to its subscription-based on-demand streaming service Prime Instant Video. The new multi-year, multi-national deal means that Amazon will be able to give its users exclusive streaming access to a number of different shows...
Amazon signs new licensing deal with Viacom to expand exclusive TV content on Prime Instant Video

Amazon swipes Dora from Netflix with new Viacom streaming deal

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Dora has found a new casa at Amazon. Amazon this morning announced a streaming deal with Viacom Networks that brings a broad selection of exclusive children’s programming to the Amazon Prime Instant Video service, following the expiration of Netflix’s deal with Viacom. Shows included in the deal include popular kids...
Amazon swipes Dora from Netflix with new Viacom streaming deal
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Viacom gives Amazon exclusive rights to 'Dora the Explorer,' other kid shows

www.washingtonpost.com
Amazon and Viacom announced Tuesday that they've signed a deal giving Amazon exclusive rights to a number of kid shows, including "Dora the Explorer" and "Go, Diego, Go." The announcement follows the disappearance from Netflix of the same Viacom content after the two companies decided not to renew their streaming-video...
Viacom gives Amazon exclusive rights to 'Dora the Explorer,' other kid shows
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Amazon nabs big bundle of streaming rights to Dora, SpongeBob and other Viacom shows Netflix lost

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When Netflix declined to renew its licensing deal with Viacom, it lost streaming rights to a bunch of beloved kids’ shows like Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants. Amazon was there to wipe away kids’ tears, since it streams the shows through Prime Instant Video. And on Tuesday, it announced it’s...
Amazon nabs big bundle of streaming rights to Dora, SpongeBob and other Viacom shows Netflix lost

Best new apps of 2012: what to download on your Christmas iPad or smartphone

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We pick the best of the year's new mobile applications for gamers, music fanatics, children, workaholics and moreAngry Birds Star Wars iPhone/iPad/Android/Windows - Price varies Not just the best Angry Birds game: the best Star Wars spin-off in a long time. You still fire birds at pigs, but it's augmented with...
Best new apps of 2012: what to download on your Christmas iPad or smartphone

DirecTV and Viacom disagree on their disagreements, standoff continues

www.engadget.com
Seeing that DirecTV and Viacom can't even agree on the number of channels that have gone off the air (one says 17, the other 26) as a result of their deal expiring last week, it's no surprise that the two are continuing to challenge each other's statements on every...
DirecTV and Viacom disagree on their disagreements, standoff continues

Must See HDTV (May 28th - June 3rd)

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Game of Thrones HBO's premiere series wraps up season two this weekend, and while we're not going to spoil things (yeah we read ahead via wiki summaries, we're weak) we're pretty sure that someone will die in this episode. Just like pretty much every other episode. Someone else will...
Must See HDTV (May 28th - June 3rd)

DirecTV vs. Viacom squabble could see MTV, Comedy Central and 24 others go dark at midnight

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The latest participants in the carriage dispute dance are DirecTV and Viacom, with the two companies attempting to reach a new agreement before their existing one expires tonight. If they don't, the network's 26 channels (MTV, BET, VH1, Spike TV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon etc.) could be cut off at...
DirecTV vs. Viacom squabble could see MTV, Comedy Central and 24 others go dark at midnight
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