Warner Launches Warner Archive Instant Service Aimed at the Vintage Film Fan

Posted by at 12:01 am on April 3, 2013


Warner Bros has opened up its catalog of historic movies and television shows on a new site for streaming subscribers, rather than more modern shows and theater productions. The Warner Archive Instant offers a selection of vintage films to watch instantly, and expands on the studio’s existing Warner Archive store for DVD and Blu-ray discs. Currently, the service is only available in the US.

The streaming service costs $10 per month, and provides a selection of content spanning the history of Warner, including Warner Bros itself ad co-productions with MGM, Allied Artists, and RKO, that will be swapped with other films and shows on a regular basis, reports Engadget. A number of titles will be viewable at 1080p, and can be streamed to Mac, PCs, and Roku set top boxes, with other devices planned for the future.

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