CHARLOTTE, N.C. — AEBN has introduced a product that streams high-quality videos to users' televisions from Internet-connected Playstation 3 and Blue-ray via BD-Live.
"This represents a huge breakthrough for both viewers and content producers," said Jerry Anders, vice president of AEBN.
"It's definitely where the video industry is heading, with more than 80 million connected Blu-ray devices in the marketplace today and predictions that the number of homes with access to premium broadband video content via Blu-ray players and connected TVs will more than double in the next few years. Clearly, people want digital services.”
Anders said AEBN has worked for more than a decade to offer its video products via the latest technologies "so that our customers can watch films on a wide variety of devices and platforms. Whether it is streaming, mobile or high definition, we have always offered a service that best suits their needs. Migrating online content from the computer screen and onto the TV screen is the next logical step."
Several hundred adult movies, both gay and straight, are available for the initial launch with more being added. Customers can rent both movies and scenes from the interface, and browse through content based on genres, movies, performers and studios, as well as view trailers.
Both high definition and standard definition content is available. Pricing begins at $1.99 per scene and $4.95 per film.
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