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Monday, November 17, 2014
MPAA Launches Movie Web Site


Last week the motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) launched a new site called WhereToWatch that lets you search for a movie or TV show and find out where you can legitimately stream it, rent it, or buy it.

The website gives you a way to access creative content simply, – legally and in an ad-free environment. Using a search tool, you can connect to films and television shows as they become available across a variety of different channels. It will also provide you with theater times and locations for every newly released movie nearby. You can also search for movie availability in stores and Kiosks, as well as on digital downloading and streaming sites. You can watch trailers and find out what is happening behind the scenes with original content produced every day by online magazine, The Credits.

At this time, WTW only pulls availabilities from providers who offer an API feed -- WTW does not currently utilize other methods of acquiring availabilities.

Current availabilities are as follows: Amazon, iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, Crackle, Flixster, Paramount Movies, Bravo Now, CNBC Full Episodes, E! Now, Esquire TV Now, Oxygen Now, Sprout Now, Syfy Now, ABC, ABC Family, Disney Movies Anywhere, Vudu, Xbox Video, Sundance Now, SnagFilms, Fandor, Wolfe on Demand, Target Ticket, Movies On Demand, Reelhouse, IndieFlix.



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