Amazon is apparently intending to acquaint a promotion upheld level with its Great Video stage. According to the Wall Street Journal, talks have been going on for several weeks and are still in the early stages.
Following Netflix’s recent addition of an ad-supported option to their lineup, advertisers are eager for Amazon to join in, according to the report. Since their inception, services like Hulu, Max, and Peacock have offered ad-supported options. WSJ says that promotion purchasers “need more admittance to premium films and projects that have remained generally promotion free, satisfied that frequently earns more buzz.”
In the past, Amazon has taken steps to include more ad-supported programming on its platform. Its sports programming and some of its shows feature product placement-based advertisements. Additionally, it is said that Amazon is in discussions with Warner Bros., Discovery, and Paramount regarding the inclusion of ad-supported subscriptions via Prime Video Channels. Subscribing to a wide range of streaming services, including ad-free versions of Paramount+ and Max, is currently possible through Amazon’s Channel feature.
It currently costs $8.99 per month to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video on its own or as part of an Amazon Prime membership. In examination, Netflix’s Standard arrangement runs you $9.99 each month, which opens HD video, two screens all at once and disconnected downloading. The ad-supported tier of the company costs $6.99 per month and excludes offline downloading. It’s muddled when Amazon anticipates presenting this promotion upheld plan or what evaluating may resemble, yet it ought to assist with bringing down the expense for those hoping to buy into Amazon Prime Video and wouldn’t fret advertisements.