Posted Thu Jun 20, 2019 at 03:45 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The on-demand streaming platform offers value-priced movies, shows, and bundles.
Mill Creek Entertainment has announced the launch of movieSPREE. The new streaming on-demand service allows users to purchase digital titles without long-term contracts, subscription fees, or advertisements.
"The establishment of movieSPREE is an important growth opportunity for us," states Patrick McDonough, EVP of Sales & Marketing for Mill Creek Entertainment. "As the content distribution model shifts to a direct-to-consumer strategy, building our own streaming service allows us to connect to our customers and showcase our entertainment offerings in a meaningful and targeted way."
movieSPREE is a transaction-based streaming platform with a variety of value-priced films, TV shows, genre-based collections, and curated compilations all available for purchase. In addition, new users can now take advantage of a special promotion to redeem 100 free movies when they sign up. Likewise, the service will be compatible with digital redemption codes included with Mill Creek Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Current titles available via movieSPREE include Lonesome Dove, The 10th Kingdom, The Kids in the Hall, Documentary Now!, Benji, Gone in 60 Seconds, and over 2500 hours of additional content. Prices start at just 99 cents for a variety of movies and bundles. The service has been developed in collaboration with OTT content distribution provider ViewLift.
"The ViewLift team is thrilled to partner with Mill Creek Entertainment to launch movieSPREE," states ViewLift President Manik Bambha. "Our alliance showcases the robust features and functionality of a backend system developed by the ViewLift team. ViewLift's monetization and distribution expertise launched movieSPREE, which will help cinephiles watch movies they love and introduce new viewers to great films."
movieSPREE is now available via the web, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android devices.
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