IMDb has long been known as the place to offer answers to all movie questions, and information about any movie that has been created under the cap of the heavens, and now the services it provides go further, since it launched its own service for broadcasting film content.
Namely, this is a Freediva service – a free movie broadcasting platform, which receives financial gain only from advertisements that it displays to each user. Movies are available to all registered IMDb or Amazon users, and the service is currently only available in the United States. The service functions similarly to other platforms that offer free content and earn from advertisements, and the project was announced back in 2018, when Amazon announced its initiative to launch IMDb in the television marketing market, worth more than $ 70 billion today.
Freedive films are divided into categories such as "Hits of the 80s," "Sci-Fi," "Chills and Thrills," and "Movies for the Whole Family," and the choice is, as experts say, far better than many competing platforms, and the service offers many popular, but also cult titles. The company also plans its own projects, and the IMDb stands may soon appear.
It is not yet known when the service will become available in other parts of the world, and speculate that it might soon be possible, as the larger market means higher advertising revenue.