LONDON, January 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
LOVEFiLM, an Amazon company, has partnered with BBC Worldwide in a deal that will give its members streaming access to world-renowned content from the BBC's vast archive of shows, plus celebrated programmes commissioned by other British broadcasters.
The subscription video on-demand (SVOD) deal includes some of the greatest British programming of all time. TV titles will include the nation's much loved Doctor Who, the critically acclaimed Life On Mars, spy drama Spooks, highly-acclaimed mini-series Whitechapel, as well as some of the public and critics' favourite documentaries including the breath-taking Planet Earth.
This is the latest content deal to add further TV content to LOVEFiLM Instant - Europe's leading TV and movie subscription streaming service available on a range of internet-connected devices including the PC, Sony PlayStation®3, Apple iPad, web-enabled TV sets and Blu-ray players and Microsoft Xbox 360.
LOVEFiLM Instant gives members immediate access to TV and movie content from major broadcasters and studios including Entertainment One, Disney, Lionsgate, Momentum, Sony Pictures, STUDIOCANAL, Warner Bros. and ITV direct to their living rooms. Members will also continue to benefit from physical DVD rentals with the ever-growing LOVEFiLM by Post service.
Simon Calver, CEO of Amazon's LOVEFiLM, comments:
"We are thrilled to be bringing together great British TV content with Europe's leading film subscription service. This gives LOVEFiLM an even more powerful, unique offering of instant programming for our members to view across a growing number of platforms, for one low monthly price."
Lisa Rousseau, Head of UK and Ireland, Sales & Distribution, BBC Worldwide added: "We've had a content partnership with LOVEFiLM for several years now and it's great to see this evolve digitally. We're delighted to give LOVEFiLM's subscribers the opportunity to instantly watch their favourite British shows, wherever and whenever they wish, alongside a diverse range of great programmes and films."