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[商业新闻] 2014-04-29&05-01 亚马逊与HBO签流媒体视频内容授权协议

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[商业新闻] 2014-04-29&05-01 亚马逊与HBO签流媒体视频内容授权协议

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HBO shows headed to Amazon Prime   

HBO and Amazon have agreed to a deal that allows Amazon Prime users to stream HBO content. CNN's Brian Stelter explains.


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HBO-Amazon Deal

HBO is opening part of its massive tv library to Amazon. Amazon prime users, listen now you'll soon be able to stream many of HBO's hit shows like the Sopranos.

Ah, present for Amazon users, but like the plot of any good show there is a twist. HBO present only applies to old shows, new seasons of shows like the news room and girls would take around three years to show up on Amazon. HBO, like CNN is owned by Time Warner, CNN's senior media correspondent Brian Stelter joins me now.

Brain, this is all we've been talking about, its content, the battle for those eyeballs online. How significant is this deal?

I think it's very significant because HBO has always been very tight-fisted with their shows. They own all the programs that they broadcast and they're very careful not to share them in lots of other directions. Some repeats of some old shows like sex and city are on cable, but the value of repeats like that is dwindling, because people expect everything to be available on demand. And HBO is really good about making things available on demand, the 30 million people in the United States,?  homes that have HBO can all watch the back seasons of shows like the Sopranos already. But what about the homes that don't own HBO. What about the people might have Amazon prime, who may wanna watch the Sopranos from many years ago? That's the people that will now have more access to shows thanks to this deal.

So who wins here? I mean is this a win for all round because to me, when you're talking about those back shows, they are old enough, there are so many new hits that I am not sure that HBO is really giving any kind of present, what is Amazon to get out of this?

They're constructing this deal very carefully. Amazon gets a bunch of  ??? shows they can promote, they can now say for example, they've got all the seasons of the Wire, this critically acclaimed HBO series, that for some people, it's still brand new to them. If you haven't seen it before, it's new to you. But HBO is most importantly still protecting its cable and satelight business. It is making sure that people still need to sign up for cable and for HBO, if they wanna watch the new hits like the game of thrones, or like true detective. They are having cake and they are eating it, too. They figured out a new way to make money from their old library while protecting their core business.

That's right and for Amazon, as you say, some of the younger people as they come into Amazon prime maybe haven't seen these shows, Brain, we are at a time now but content is king, that's for sure, for we can tell for all these deals, that contents makes..

Everyday that is reaffirmed every time we see a deal like this.

All right. Amazon prime users if you haven't seen those shows, you are gonna be happy and Brain, we'll talk again soon. Thanks so much.
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[Homework]2014-04-29&05-01 亚马逊与HBO签流媒体视频内容授权协议

-HBO is opening part of its mass of TV library to Amazon. Amazon prime users, listen up! You will soon be able to stream many of HBO's hit shows, like the Sopranos.  -My present.
  -Thank you, G*. I told you people, if you want any presents, just a few kind words.
-Ah, present for Amazon users, but like the plot of any good show, there is a twist. HBO's present only applies to old shows. New seasons of shows, like the Newsroom and Girls, would take around 3 years to show up on Amazon. HBO, like CNN, is owned by Time Warner. CNN's senior media correspondent Brian Steler joins me now. Brian, this is all we've been talking about, its the content, the battle for those eyeballs online. How significant is this deal?
-I think it's very significant, because HBO has always been very tight-fisted with their shows. They own all the programs that they broadcast. And they are very careful not to share them in lots of other directions. Some repeats of some old shows, like Sex and City, are on cable, but the value of repeats like that is dwindling, because people expect everything to be available on demand. And HBO is really good about making things available on demand. The 30 million people in the United States ** at homes that have HBO can watch all the back seasons of shows that premieres already, but what about homes don't have an HBO? What about the people might have Amazon prime, who might want to watch Sopranos from many years ago? That's the people that will now have more access to shows. Thanks to this deal.
-So who wins here? I mean, is this a win for all around? Because to me, when you are talking about these back shows, they are old enough. They are so many new hits that I'm not sure that HBO is really giving any kind of present. What is Amazon to get out these?
-Yeah, they are constructing this deal very carefully.
-Yeah.
-Amazon gets a bunch of bold-name shows they can promote. They can now say, for example, they've got all the seasons of the Wire that's critically acclaimed HBO series. That for some people, it's still brand new to them. If you haven't seen it before, it's new to you. But HBO is most importantly still protecting its cable and satelite business. They're just making sure that people still need a sign-up for cable and for HBO, if they want to watch the new hits, like Game of Thrones or like True Detective. They are having their cake and they are eating them, too. They are figuring out a new way to make money from their old library, while protecting their core business.
-That's right. And for Amazon, as you say, some of the younger people as they commit to Amazon prime maybe haven't seen the shows. Brian, we are at a time now, but content is king. That's for sure. For what we can tell from all these deals, content makes sure that...
-Everyday, that is we are reaffirmed every time we see a deal like that.
-All right. Amazon prime users, if you haven't seen their shows, you would be happy. Brian, we'll talk to you soon.
-Thanks.
-Thank you so much.



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HBO is opening part of its massive TV library to Amazon. Amazon prime users, listen up, you will soon be able to stream many of HBO's hit shows, like the Sopranos.
Ah, present for Amazon users, but like the plot of any good show, there is a twist. HBO's presnt only applies to those old shows. New seasons of the Newsroom and Girls are taken around 3 years to show up on Amazon. HBO, like CNN is owned by Time Warner. CNN Senior Media Correspondent, Brian Stetler. Brian, thanks for joining me now. This is all we've been talking about is content, the battle for those eyeballs onlines. How significant is this deal?

I think it's very significant. Because HBO is always tight-fisted with their shows. They own all the programs that they broadcast and they are very careful not to share them in lots of other directions. Some repeat some old shows, like Sex and City are on cables. But the value of repeats like that is dwindling. Because people expect everything to be available on demand. And HBO is really good at making thse on demand. The 30 million people in the United States, pretty much staying at home, they have HBO, can watch all the back seasons of shows Sopranos already. What about homes that don't have HBO? What about the people might have Amazon prime might wanna watch Sopranos many years ago? That's the people now have more access to shows thanks to this deal.

So who wins here? Is it the win for all around? Because to me, when you are talking about those back shows, they are older. There are so many new hits there. I'm not sure that HBO would give it any kind of present. What is Amazon to get out of it?

They are constructing this deal very carefully. Amazon gets a bunch of bold name shows they can promote. They can now, say, for example, they've got the whole seasons of the WIre. It's critically claimed the HBO series. That for some people, it's still brand new for them. [Anchoress: Right.] You haven't seen it before, it's new to you. But HBO is most importantly still protecting its cable and satellite business. It is making sure that people still need to sign up for cable and for HBO if they want to watch the new hits, like Game of Thrones, like True Detective. They will have the cake and be eating it too, figuring out a new way to make money for their new library while protecting their core business.


That's right. And for Amazon, I should say, some of the younger people come into Amazon prime, perhaps they haven't seen the shows. Brian, we are out of time. Content is the king, that's for sure. We can tell from this deal that content makes this...


Every day it is reaffirmed every time we see a deal like this.


All right. Prime users, if you haven't seen those shows, you will be happy. Brian, we will talk again soon. Thanks so much.


Thanks.
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HBO is opening part of its massive TV library to Amazon. Amazon Prime users, listen now, you’ll soon be able to stream many of HBO’s hit shows, like “The Sopranos”.

“Time for presents!”

“And Grandpa? I told you people I didn't want any presents just …”

“Just a few kind words.”

Ah, a present for Amazon users, but like the plot of any good show, there is a twist. HBO’s present only applies to old shows. New seasons of shows like “The Newsroom” and “Girls” will take around three years to show up on Amazon.

HBO, like CNN, is owned by Time-Warner. CNN’s senior media correspondent Brian Stelter joins me now. Brian, this is all we’ve been talking about is content, the battle for those eyeballs online. How significant is this deal?

I think it’s very significant because HBO has always been very tight-fisted with their shows. They own all the programs that they broadcast, and they are very careful not to share them in lots of other directions.

Some repeats of some old shows like “Sex and City” are on cable, but the value of repeats like that is dwindling, because people are expecting everything to be available on demand.

And HBO is really good about making things available on demand. The 30 million people in the United States -- 30 million homes, they have HBO, can watch all the back seasons of shows, like “The Sopranos”, already.

But what about the homes that don’t have HBO? What about the people who might have Amazon Prime, who might want to watch “The Sopranos” from many years ago? That’s the people that will now have more access to shows, thanks to this deal.

So, who, who wins here? Is this a win for all around? Because to me, when you are talking about those back shows, they are old enough, there are so many new hits that I’m not sure HBO’s really giving any kind of present. And what does Amazon get out of this?

The are constructing this deal very carefully.

Yeah.

Amazon gets a bunch of bold name shows they can promote. They can now say, for example, they’ve got all the seasons of “The Wire”, this critically-acclaimed HBO series that, for some people, is still brand new for them.

Right.

If you haven’t seen it before, it’s new to you. But HBO is most importantly still protecting its cable and satellite business. It is making sure that people still need to sign up for cable and for HBO, if they want to watch the new hits, like “Game of Thrones” or like “True Detective.”

They are having their cake and they are eating it too. They are figuring out a new way to make money from their old library while protecting their core business.

That’s right. And for Amazon, as you say, some of the younger people as they come into Amazon Prime maybe haven’t seen the shows. Brian, we are out of time now, but content is king, that’s for sure, from what we can tell for all these deals. The content-makers are…

Every day…

…the jars to beat, aren't they?

…that is reaffirmed every time we see a deal like this.

All right. Well, Amazon Prime users, if you haven’t seen those shows, you are gonna be happy. Brian, we’ll talk again soon.

Thanks.

Thank you so much.
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