The Web site, a joint project of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal and Warner Bros., will debut Monday with a limited selection of first-run and classic films from the five major motion pictures studios, in a test of the technology to select U.S. residents. Though the film studios have licensed content to other video-on-demand sites, it is the first time they’ve introduced a service of their own.
Movielink ready to roll: “After nearly two years in production, the online movie rental service will debut Monday with a limited selection of first-run and classic films from five major motion pictures studios.” Source: CNET News.com
Movielink vs my Time Warner VOD… Hmmm seems like an easy choice. Watch on my computer (not mine actually since Macs are not supported) or via Cable on my Digital TV with surround. Movielink seems like it will offer about 200 movies to TW’s ~100. Prices are about the same, but the Movielink system will let you keep the movie ffor about a month on your computer.