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The growing service has made a deal to offer movies on demand.
In its second notable acquisition inside of a month, the travel portal signs a deal to buy Orbitz Worldwide.
The online-travel giant will have to square off against competitors that have made some big moves lately.
Amazon spent $1.3 billion on video content last year and will spend even more in 2015.
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