Amazon offers $9.99 streaming video subscription to parents who sign up for online video programs

FOX Sports offers $99 streaming service for parents with children ages 6-13 that offers up to two hours of programming a day and a 30-day free trial. 

The subscription includes four hours of live, on-demand programming. 

According to Amazon, its new streaming service includes more than 6,000 titles that can be watched with up to four devices. 

Amazon says its new service will launch in August. 

Read more: Amazon to sell online video service to parents with young children with no internet access Forbes  reported that Amazon’s new streaming program, which will be available to parents of kids ages 6 and under, will include live streaming of programs and programming including live sports and local news. 

It’s unclear how many children will be able to watch. 

“Amazon Prime members will be the first to experience Prime Video and will have access to the same Prime Video content as other Prime members,” the company said in a statement.

“They can also watch Prime Video on any device, including Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Android TV devices.”

For kids ages six and under and adults ages 65 and older, Amazon Prime Video will include all of the Prime Video’s content including exclusive documentaries and original programming, with exclusive video game and animated series that are also available on the Amazon Video app.” 

Read the rest of Forbes’ top business stories “Prime Video is designed to be a powerful tool for parents to offer their kids the same kind of access that they can access on their smartphones, tablets, laptops, and televisions,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in the statement. 

This is going to be fantastic for our customers.” “

The new streaming TV service will allow us to offer the same great content at a fraction of the cost.

This is going to be fantastic for our customers.” 

The service is currently available only to Amazon Prime members in the United States, but Bezos said it will be added to other countries later this year. 

More to come.