11 streaming services that want to take Netflix's crown

The leading streaming web offering is facing increasing competition. Here are the companies vying to take it on.

FORTUNE -- Netflix isn't the only the web streaming service out there. As consumers migrate from physical to digital media, more companies are rushing to meet their needs. Apple has a robust media ecosystem in iTunes. Amazon conveniently rolls its recently-beefed up service into Amazon Prime. Now, DVD kiosk provider Redbox is getting into the market. And the race is only going to get more competitive. Here are the players vying to tale Netflix's crown.

By JP Mangalindan @FortuneMagazine - Last updated February 08 2012: 5:03 PM ET
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