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Harrison Doc First On PPV Streaming Service

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The Emmy-winning George Harrison: Living in the Material World will be the debut presentation on December 8th on a new pay-per-view service launching through Facebook. Legends in the Clouds plans to stream documentaries, films and concerts on a pay-per-view basis, along with the opportunity to purchase music and merchandise.

George’s widow, Olivia Harrison, has recorded a special introduction for his documentary, the first of the programs being drawn from Universal Music’s extensive video and concert archives. The music giant is partnering on the project with social networking specialist Milyoni

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