Watch Our Rock Doc Downloaded Through Video On Demand!

Today is the day! Alex Winter’s film Downloaded, which follows Napster’s rise in the early file sharing era, is now available via Video On Demand.

The acclaimed VH1 Rock Doc is already being featured in theaters across the country, and now viewers can get the film through iTunes, Amazon Instant Play, Comcast, and other platforms. Get your taste of the digital revolution now!

Watch a clip from the documentary below, featuring the Beastie Boys’ Mike D chatting about sweeping changes the music industry faced as new innovations took hold.

Downloaded’s distribution comes through a partnership between VH1 and AOL. Read below for a full list of services to rent or purchase the film:

o Comcast
o DirecTV
o Time Warner Cable
o Cox
o Cablevision
o Verizon
o Mediacom
o Suddenlink
o Other smaller cable operators

Rental and Purchase-to-own
o iTunes
o Amazon Instant Video
o Vudu
o CinemaNow
o Xbox
o Playstation

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