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Orange has signed an agreement to allow it to show films from Metro Goldwyn Meyer (MGM) studios' vault on its on-demand video service.

The deals will add considerably to the 3,000-plus movies and 6,000 TV programmes currently available through the broadband provider's 24/4 Video application.

Initially access to MGM's movies will be rolled out in Spain, France and Poland before being made available in the UK.

The 24/4 service allows subscribers to Orange's broadband digital television package or broadband package to rent a movie for 24 hours.

MGM owns the world's largest library of modern films, comprising around 4,100 titles, including Platoon and Gone With The Wind.

News of Orange's announcement comes as it this week announced that the judging panel for the Orange Broadband Prize For Fiction will include impish ska-popper Lily Allen, author Bel Mooney and journalist Lisa Allardice. The judging panel will be chaired by Philippa Gregory.

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