ESPN Cri-O-Tics editor John Schuhmann has an exclusive report from India that shows why Amazon’s Video program is killing the ecommerce industry.

Here’s what you need to know about the report:Amazon’s Video is the most successful video program in the history of ecommerce, with over 100 million subscribers.

Amazon’s Prime video service offers consumers access to the widest selection of movies and TV shows in the world.

Prime Video has been the fastest growing video business segment in the U.S. for the past five years.

India is Amazon’s second largest market and is the world’s largest video market.

According to market research firm eMarketer, Prime Video accounted for 40 percent of eCommerce spending in India in the second quarter of 2016.

This is a huge opportunity for Amazon.

Prime Video will help Amazon become more dominant in the eCommerce market in the future.

The Amazon Video platform has the potential to become a powerful platform for ecommerce.

“Amazon Video will enable Amazon to build and accelerate its Prime Video business across all of its major retail channels, enabling it to become more competitive in both the U-S.

and worldwide,” said David Smith, VP of Amazon Prime in India.

Smith added that Prime Video was “a major catalyst for Amazon’s growth and profitability” for the second half of 2016, which was the first time it surpassed the $2 billion mark in revenues.

It was the fastest-growing video business sector in India last year.

Since its launch in July 2016, Prime has seen a meteoric rise in its subscriber base.

Amazon has over 50 million Prime Video subscribers in India alone.

More than 3 million people have signed up for Prime Video in India, according to eMarker.

On the heels of Prime Video, the Amazon Prime program has seen its subscription numbers jump by about 3 million subscribers per quarter.

In a 2016 interview with CNBC, Prime VP of Product David Smith noted that Amazon Prime video is the only way for people to access Prime Video content, including movies and shows, without being charged an upfront fee.

He said Amazon has an average of three million Prime subscribers per month.

Despite Prime Video’s success, there is one major catch.

Amazon is also limiting its video service to Prime members in India only.

There is no Prime membership for people without a physical Prime membership in India — which means those without a Prime account can’t watch Prime Video.

But, if a Prime member with a physical subscription to Prime Video signs up for Amazon Prime Video and they then sign up for the Prime Video app, they can access Prime video from anywhere in the country.

That’s where the big question comes into play.

If Prime Video can’t access Prime members without Prime membership, why do Prime members still need a physical account in India to watch Prime video?

“This is where the Amazon Video app is very unique,” Smith said.

“[Amazon Prime Video] is the platform where people can access all of the Prime content and all of their Prime Video videos, but we can’t get Prime members to access that content.

I think that Prime video offers an incredible opportunity for us to take the Prime video platform from a physical platform to a digital platform, and the key is that people who are Prime members will have access to all of that Prime content.”

Prime members in the United States can watch Prime videos on the Amazon TV app.

If you’re a Prime Video subscriber in the States, you can sign up to Amazon Prime for $4 per month and access Prime videos in all of your favorite genres and content.