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Amazon, Viacom Sign Multi-Year Video Licensing Agreement

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Amazon and Viacom have signed an expanded multi-year, multi-national digital video licensing agreement to bring TV shows and TV episodes from Viacom to Prime Instant Video.

Bill Carr (VP,  Digital Video and Music,  Amazon): Kids’ shows are one of the most watched TV genres on Prime Instant Video.

Prime members will now have unlimited instant streaming access to kids programming such as Bubble Guppies, The Backyardigans, Team Umizoomi, Blue’s Clues and Victorious, along with shows from MTV and Comdey Central like Awkward, Tosh.0 and Workaholics.

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