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Facebook To Rent Movies; Could It Work For eBooks?

facebooklogo.jpgWarner Brothers now allows users to rent videos directly through Facebook.

Users can access the content straight through the movie’s Facebook page–could this model work for eBooks as well? The program launched with Batman: The Dark Knightfollow this Facebook link to rent.

The Hollywood Reporter has more details: “The cost per rental is 30 Facebook Credits, or $3. Viewers will have 48 hours from the purchase to watch the movie, which can be viewed full screen and also paused and resumed within that period.”

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