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To Amazon wants to get a Oscar

The giant online store Amazon, which now engages actively in the production of films and television series, the field, where pursuit of the rival company Netflix, wants to put a prize Oscar in his trophy cabinet, but also to increase the productions, as highlighted by the leader, Jeff Bezos, in an interview published today Sunday in the German Press.”We want to win an Oscar”, said Bezos in an interview published in today’s edition of the German newspaper Die Welt, and announced that Amazon will seek to produce “16 movies a year.” In January, Amazon had set a target to produce 12 films per year.Since it launched its subscription service Prime, Amazon has invested large sums in recent years to increase the video content that it offers and, ultimately, initiated a joint operation focusing, like Netflix, on production of original audiovisual material: originally created series, and now also produces films. The film will be distributed in theaters and via streaming from the website of Amazon.After securing this year five awards Emmy for the series Transparent, Amazon is not hiding anymore his ambition to join the race for the Oscars, while already the first feature film of Netflix, the war drama Beasts of No Nation, it is said that it will be between the film that will claim at least one of the grandeur statuettes.Netflix says that in general, the aim is to produce about 10 titles a year, and announced this month its intention to double the production of television series, on the 31st of 2016.Jeff Bezos did not rule out, in parallel, in an interview with the Amazon to acquire in the future the broadcasting rights of the matches of the major football leagues of the world, the English Premier League or the German Bundesliga.”It would not be impossible. The sport is an interesting field,” replied Dee Belt, although it noted that the rights to broadcast sports events is extremely expensive and rated cautiously that the sector of content “probably for a while is the television networks.”The head of Amazon, who aspires to the program Prime Air the department store to use unmanned, remote-controlled aircraft for the delivery of small packages, said that it expects the green light of the authorities to put into operation this service.”The technology is already mature. We are still waiting for the approval of the authorities,” he said.”In Britain this is moving faster than' in the US, for example. Germany is located somewhere in the middle”, it stated and added that the choice of the country where we launched the service in question will depend on obtaining the approval of the authorities.Amazon, founded in 1994, sells books via the Internet since 1995 and has expanded rapidly its activities in a variety of goods and services.

The giant online store Amazon, which now engages actively in the production of films and television series, the field, where pursuit of the rival company Netflix, wants to put a prize Oscar in his trophy cabinet, but also to increase the productions, as highlighted by the leader, Jeff Bezos, in an interview published today Sunday in the German Press.
“We want to win an Oscar”, said Bezos in an interview published in today’s edition of the German newspaper Die Welt, and announced that Amazon will seek to produce “16 movies a year.” In January, Amazon had set a target to produce 12 films per year.
Since it launched its subscription service Prime, Amazon has invested large sums in recent years to increase the video content that it offers and, ultimately, initiated a joint operation focusing, like Netflix, on production of original audiovisual material: originally created series, and now also produces films. The film will be distributed in theaters and via streaming from the website of Amazon.
After securing this year five awards Emmy for the series Transparent, Amazon is not hiding anymore his ambition to join the race for the Oscars, while already the first feature film of Netflix, the war drama Beasts of No Nation, it is said that it will be between the film that will claim at least one of the grandeur statuettes.
Netflix says that in general, the aim is to produce about 10 titles a year, and announced this month its intention to double the production of television series, on the 31st of 2016.
Jeff Bezos did not rule out, in parallel, in an interview with the Amazon to acquire in the future the broadcasting rights of the matches of the major football leagues of the world, the English Premier League or the German Bundesliga.
“It wouldn’t be impossible. The sport is an interesting field,” replied Dee Belt, although it noted that the rights to broadcast sports events is extremely expensive and rated cautiously that the sector of content “probably for a while is the television networks.”
The head of Amazon, who aspires to the program Prime Air the department store to use unmanned, remote-controlled aircraft for the delivery of small packages, said that it expects the green light of the authorities to put into operation this service.
“The technology is already mature. We are still waiting for the approval of the authorities,” he said.
“In Britain, it progresses faster than in the US for example. Germany is located somewhere in the middle”, it stated and added that the choice of the country where we launched the service in question will depend on obtaining the approval of the authorities.
Amazon, founded in 1994, sells books via the Internet since 1995 and has expanded rapidly its activities in a variety of goods and services.

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