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Philips teams with MSN to revolutionize film trailers

| Posted: Dec 1, 2006 7:17 pm

Big on checking out all the latest and greatest movie trailers on the web? You've love what Philips and MSN have fired up. In collaboration, they've just announced the first ever online movie trailer viewings in Ambilight on MSN Movies. The collaboration delivers a compelling new way to enjoy online video at the most cinematic level yet. Audiences in the United States can now stream High-Definition (HD) movie trailers with full Ambilight backlighting via http://movies.msn.com/movies/movie-trailers/ambilight, at MSN Movies.

 

Grab this press release for full details folks.

 


ATLANTA - Movie trailers are one of the most popular forms of online video downloads, with film fans flocking to catch the first glimpse of new releases. Recognizing consumer demand for exceptional viewing experiences, Philips has collaborated with MSN's Branded Entertainment & Experiences Team to announce the first ever online movie trailer viewings in Ambilight on MSN Movies. The collaboration delivers a compelling new way to enjoy online video at the most cinematic level yet. Audiences in the United States can now stream High-Definition (HD) movie trailers with full Ambilight backlighting via http://movies.msn.com/movies/movietrailers/ambilight, at MSN Movies.

 

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