A new content distribution deal between Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and YouTube, announced over the weekend, will bring over 600 new titles for rent to YouTube and Google Play, the two firm said Sunday. YouTube and MGM said that the deal will bring such titles as "Terminator", "Robocop", and "Rocky" to both YouTube and Google's recently renamed Android app and content marketplace. YouTube said it now has five of the six major studios offering up their movies for rent on the two services. No financial or business arrangement details of the deal were announced by eithe rof the companies.
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MGM In Deal With YouTube