JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Costco may be hopping on the streaming train. The wholesale giant is reportedly considering offering an on-demand video service.
It is expected that the service will be free for “executive”-level members.
The Information reports the membership warehouse has spoken with “at least” two streaming video providers, but talks with one have ended due to a disagreement about the deal’s terms.
This isn’t the first time Costco has looked into streaming. Last December, the company aired a brief promo for a movie-streaming service, Fandor.
Costco has two levels of membership -- a lower-tier option and the executive-level.
Ties with a streaming service have not been confirmed by Costco.
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