Video-on a screen will be available to consumers from July 2018, as Netflix and Amazon seek to compete with each other to drive revenue.
The news comes as a wave of digital media companies and content creators are pushing to bring video-streaming services to consumers.
Netflix, for instance, is launching its own streaming service, called “The First,” with the promise of better-than-ever streaming, and Amazon is also working to launch its own video-service, called Amazon Video.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple, Google and other major tech companies are exploring a similar model, and analysts say it’s the future of content.
While the current model is limited to video-only content, the WSJ reported that other companies, such as HBO and Netflix, are exploring the possibility of a streaming-only model.
One thing to watch out for: Netflix doesn’t seem to have a clear answer for consumers on what content they want to watch on their TV sets.
Some of the companies have said they don’t want to make deals with content companies, which could mean the end of a big TV bundle.
Netflix has said it plans to offer its streaming service for free, but many have questioned that commitment.
The WSJ report also said that the streaming services could eventually come to be called video-centric services.
The companies said they will offer a variety of content, including original shows, documentaries, movies, TV shows and more.
(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) Netflix has long said that its video service is a differentiator, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said last week that the company’s business model is a combination of streaming and paid subscriptions.
In a separate interview with CNNMoney, Hastings also said the company would expand its streaming content with content from other companies and “not be afraid to use our own brand.”
Hastings said that he believes content will come to “a new level” with Netflix’s new streaming service.
The company recently started testing its own content on some of its streaming-service platforms, including Amazon Video, but said it has yet to release its own videos to consumers and is still working on a plan for the service.
Google said it’s “committed to bringing more video to our customers, including video-based content, across the world.”
“We believe that the new streaming model is more than just the same old thing,” Google said in a statement.
Google also said it wants to “provide more choices and a broader selection of video content to our users.”
Microsoft is also exploring a streaming service and said it “hopes to announce more details about that service at a later date.”
Netflix said it will expand its video offering with content coming from other content companies.
Microsoft also said in its own statement that it will explore a number of options for how to provide video content on its platform, including “premium premium content from partner content providers, as well as curated video offerings.”
The WSZ reported that the Netflix streaming service will be built around the Netflix content, and will be a service that “is optimized for a wide range of devices and experiences, including a smart TV and tablets.”
Netflix will also offer a service called “Go” that will let users pay for movies and TV shows from Netflix and other services.
Microsoft and Google also say they’re working to bring other content to the service, including new shows and documentaries.
(Netflix/YouTube) Netflix’s own statement said the service will focus on original content and will have a “broad range of content across platforms, from original TV series and movies, to original movies, original video games, and documentaries.”
“Go will be an exclusive, subscription service that is designed to provide the widest selection of movies and video content from our partner content partners,” the company said.
The content from the content partners will be selected by Netflix’s engineers, Netflix said.
“Go content will be curated and tailored to meet the needs of each individual Netflix user, with a focus on delivering the most relevant and engaging content to consumers.”
Netflix’s “Go service” will be limited to a handful of titles at launch.
The program will have limited availability to customers with a qualifying TV or video subscription, Netflix told the WSZ.
Netflix is also testing its streaming services on devices that already have a digital video recorder or similar device, like a smart device.
But there are still a number questions about the company and its video services, including how long users will be able to watch content, how much content will stream and how much will cost.
The new service will likely be a part of Netflix’s larger subscription offerings, but Netflix has been trying to keep its pricing under wraps.
In June, Netflix CEO Hastings announced that the service would start at $9.99 per month for basic service, which will include unlimited video and up to eight hours of streaming.
The price will be $12.99 for a three-month subscription with access to the full library, and $14.99 annually.
The service will also include a