With Prime Video Direct, you have the opportunity to make your content available in select marketplaces, including the US, UK, Germany, Austria, and Japan.
Even if a title has one or more of these attributes, Prime Video may still choose not to license it. Conversely, Prime Video may choose to license a limited number of titles that haven't been in theaters, broadcast, or selected by a major festival. Content isn't licensed indefinitely and may be removed at any time at the sole discretion of Prime Video.
All titles undergo manual and automated reviews before a licensing decision is made (this review can take up to three weeks). Please note submission of your content doesn't guarantee that your title will be selected for licensing or published by a given date.
As of November 1, 2021, Prime Video Direct doesn't accept unsolicited licensing submissions for content with the "Included with Prime" (SVOD) offer type.
Prime Video Direct will continue to help rights holders offer fictional titles for rent/buy (TVOD) through Prime Video.
At this time Amazon Prime does not accept short film or documentaries.
Professionally produced content containing a storyline with a runtime of 40 minutes or more.
- TV shows
(Episodic titles only) Professionally produced content containing a storyline with episode runtimes that typically exceed 10 minutes.
- Concerts and performances
Content of a performer or group of performers presenting one or more works of art, including live performances.
Content which is instructional or educational in nature.
Content containing one-on-one or one-to-many conversations in a question and answer forum.
- Reporting and journalism
Professionally produced content containing informative discussion or opinion related to events, ideas, or individuals.
- Sporting events
Content of a broadcast of sanctioned athletic or sporting events.