Dave Johnson, provided by Published 11:48 am CDT, Thursday, April 25, 2019 Amazon Prime/YouTube An Amazon Prime subscription includes access to a large library of video. Rather than watching Amazon Prime Video in a web browser, you can watch it on your TV in a number of different ways. If you have a smart TV, it almost certainly includes a Prime Video channel. Older TVs can get Prime Video through a streaming device, a Chromecast, or even by connecting your phone or tablet with an HDMI cable. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Amazon Prime is Amazon’s popular subscription service that gives members free shipping on many products in the store. But the subscription (currently $119 a year for most people, though there is a discounted student plan) includes a lot more than just shipping — you get a slew of discounts, streaming music, streaming video, and a lot more. If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber and looking for ways to get your free streaming video on a television, you’re in luck — there are a lot of options. Smart TVs First and foremost, most smart TVs — TVs with a built-in ability to display streaming services — support… Read full this story
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