The Wall Street Journal claimed that the new service would offer regular video content as well as music videos to all consumers.
Amazon has dismissed reports that it is launching a free advertising-supported streaming television and music-video service, which would offer regular video content as well as music videos to all consumers.
According to the Wall Street Journal, which first cited the details, the service would air Amazon’s original programming together with other licensed content.
In the future, the platform could be a possibility, but there are aspects of the speculated service that would require new capabilities on the platform for the online retailer.
An Amazon spokeswoman noted: "We’re often experimenting with new things, but we have no plans to offer a free streaming media service."
Additionally, The Journal claims that Amazon may offer free music video streams to its online shopping consumers.
Recently, Amazon revealed plans to begin shipments of its video-streaming device early next month via its website and other retailers such as Best Buy and Staples.