July 25, 2019
Amazon July 25 said it increased second-quarter (ended June 30) Prime subscription revenue 37% to $4.67 billion from $3.4 billion during the previous-year period.
Subscription revenue includes annual and monthly fees associated with Prime memberships, as well as audiobook, digital movies, e-book, digital music, and other non-AWS subscription services.
The Prime membership also includes free access to Amazon Prime Video streaming service.
Online store sales increased 14% to $31 billion from $27.1 billion last year.
Online stores revenue includes product sales and digital media content available in both a physical (DVD and Blu-ray Disc) and digital format, such as books, music, videos, games, and software sold on a transactional basis.
In the quarter Amazon Prime Video received 47 Emmy nominations for its original programming, more than double from last year, including 20 nominations for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and 11 nominations for “Fleabag.”
Prime Video premiered the Jonas Brothers documentary Chasing Happiness, and original series, “Good Omens,” based on the novel by Neil Gaiman.
In addition, Prime Video is set to debut original series “The Boys,” from creators Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen on July 26, and “Carnival Row,” starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, among others, on Aug. 30.