Sezmi has announced a partnership with Amazon to provide its all-in-one personalized TV service to viewers in 36 markets across the United States. Sezmi combines live TV with on-demand movies, television shows, web videos and an HD DVR capable of automatically recording and recommending shows for each member of the family. (For more on Sezmi, click here).

Amazon is the second major retailer to offer the Sezmi Personal TV Service, following Sezmi’s initial partnership with Best Buy.

The Sezmi personalized TV system costs $149.99 and includes a one-terabyte HD Media Recorder that automatically organizes live, recorded, on-demand and online content, along with the indoor TV reception system for receiving local HD broadcast channels and cable channels.

The monthly subscription service comes in two tiers, Sezmi Select for $4.99 per month and Sezmi Select Plus for $19.99 per month. The Select offering is currently available in 36 metro markets, and the complete list can be found at www.sezmi.com. The Select Plus offering is currently only available in the Los Angeles market.

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