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A+E Networks launches streaming channels on Prime Video in Belgium

A refreshed version of the Amazon Prime Video app. (Prime Video image courtesy Amazon, Graphic by The Desk)

A+E Networks has launched two new streaming services on Amazon’s streaming marketplace in Belgium.

The services, History Play and Crime+Investigation Play, are available to streamers through Prime Video Channels.

“We are excited that Prime members in Belgium can now watch our premium true crime and history content,” Adrian Pilkington, the chief operating officer of A+E Networks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said in a statement. “This launch is a great addition to our recent international expansion, which included launching our streaming channels in Poland and Sweden.”

Each streaming service is available for €4 a month (about U.S. $4.35 a month), and are accessible through the Prime Video app for popular phones, tablets and streaming TV devices.

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