Re: [Videolib] Video on Demand from Amazon or Netflix

From: patricia fragola <fragolap@uww.edu>
Date: Fri Dec 04 2009 - 10:57:57 PST

David-

Can you please share your findings? THis is a topic that interests us as
well.

Thanks

pf

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Patricia Fragola
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On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 11:57 AM, David Nelson <davidnnelson33@gmail.com>wrote:
> Has anyone made use of Amazon or Netflix streaming video as a video
> provider for your institution or are aware of anyone who has. I notice that
> Amazon is now making available a number of titles that are being used in
> various classes and it would be nice to move away from the DVD reserve
> offering to VoD. But, they still appear to be strictly individual
> subscription based and probably not terribly interested in the institutional
> market (or maybe just too complicated with copyright). If anyone has looked
> into their services, I would be very interested in hearing from you.
>
> Thanks.
>
> David Nelson
>
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> David N. Nelson
> South Asian Studies/ Cinema Studies Librarian
> 5th Floor
> Van Pelt Library
> 3420 Walnut Street
> Philadelphia, PA 19104
> 215-898-7460
> nelsond@pobox.upenn.edu
>

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