Amazon is planning to launch a video download service in the US later next month, according to media reports.
A report on Advertising Age suggests that the online retailer is planning to launch the service in August.
Amazon Digital Video, or Amazon DV, will feature a subscription service and individual movie and TV shows.
The service has apparently taken a year to develop, and was originally conceived as a music service before being changed to focus on video.
The service will require users to download an application to access the service.
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