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Nickel Contributor
Posts: 72
Registered: ‎03-09-2009
Plan: FIOS
Location: New Jersey
0 Kudos Prime streaming video

I am an rime subscriber. They have recently added the ability for me to stream videos to my PC fo free.


Is there any way, using Media Manager to stream these videos to my TV?


If not presently, are there any plans to do so?


I know that, in theory at least, Media Manager can stream videos fro You Tube to the TV (I say in theory because I have never been able to actually get this to work in practice). How about adding other internet video sources to Media Manager?

Bronze Contributor I
Posts: 121
Registered: ‎10-07-2010
Location: USA
0 Kudos

Re: Prime streaming video

If you can't get Media Manager to work with Amazon Prime streaming video, you can use any Roku network media player (or any number of network-connected HDTVs or Blu-ray players) to access your Amazon Prime account. Here's a link to Amazon's information on this:


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