Amazon Posts 14 TV Pilots on Internet to Gather Viewer Feedback

Reuters reports that Inc’s experiment with original video production took a big step forward today as the company posted 14 pilot TV shows on the Internet for free viewing.

Amazon, the world’s largest Internet retailer, has been filming pilots in recent months for comedy and kids TV shows such as Alpha House, Betas and Teeny Tiny Dogs.

The company posted them all on the Amazon Instant Video section of its website to get feedback on which shows viewers like best. The pilots can also be watched on Amazon Instant Video apps through other web-connected devices like Roku, Microsoft’s Xbox and Nintendo’s Wii.


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