Satellite service DirecTV is planning to launch a movie-on-demand service by the end of the year that will rely not on satellite delivery but on Internet downloads, published reports said on Wednesday. The service will deliver about 50 hours of movies and other special programming that can be accessed for a fee on TiVo digital video recorders already installed in homes of subscribers and on DirecTV's proprietary DVRs that are now being rolled out.
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